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Fire and Fury in Charlottesville, Virginia, As Neo-Nazis and KKK March: Reports/Commentary from Twitter

Posted on the 12 August 2017 by William Lindsey @wdlindsy

If you're just waking up and missed it, torch wielding white nationalists marched on a church in Charlottesville VA last night. pic.twitter.com/ATnNb7Kp8k— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) August 12, 2017

When @HillaryClinton called out Trump & his supporters, she was called divisive.
What can you call #Charlottesville other than #deplorable? pic.twitter.com/9pjQCSKk2w— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) August 12, 2017

This is a horrible picture . But man does it capture a lot. A whole lot. pic.twitter.com/6kK2dPBWzt— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) August 12, 2017

‘Fight or die white man’: Confederacy advocates proclaim they intend to secede — again https://t.co/iNunCvm82U— Bill Lindsey (@wdlindsy) August 12, 2017

'Increasingly Nazified' white nationalist rally descends on Virginia amid expected protests https://t.co/ocEKuJUoM9— Bill Lindsey (@wdlindsy) August 12, 2017

These are the faces of white supremacy, and they should be shared. It's a public protest. If they wanted privacy should've worn their hoods. pic.twitter.com/bDBu362Qun— Matt McDermott (@mattmfm) August 12, 2017

I don't want to read one more about the white people who voted for Trump because of jobs. The truth is marching in #Charlottesville tonight.— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) August 12, 2017

What a sad and disturbing reflection of 2017 America. https://t.co/gCCNQsDqHl— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) August 12, 2017

If your theology has nothing to say what's happening in Charlottesville, VA, you can't be trusted.— Broderick Greer (@BroderickGreer) August 12, 2017

MomDotCom tweets, "Do not call these marchers Christians. Nor Bible believers," and Rachel Held Evans responds:
Respectfully, we need to name the reality that white supremacy exists in the church. https://t.co/hLa5Q5kExD— Rachel Held Evans (@rachelheldevans) August 12, 2017

Worth remembering at this moment that the two groups most energized by Trump's campaign were white nationalists and the Religious Right— Peter Montgomery (@petemont) August 12, 2017

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