Work crews removed a confederate monument located just blocks from the Robert E. Lee statue that set off the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally
Gutfeld was one of the more forceful critics of Trump’s equivocating on neo-Nazi marchers, but three years later he’s all-in on defending the president.
“Augustus is not the stereotypical drunken wife-beater,” Anna Invictus said in court Friday. “His calculated, violent, manipulative intentions deserve special consideration.”
The man best known for his role in the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville is in trouble… again.
Virginia’s Heritage Law has done over a century of heavy lifting for racist zealots. A new law would change that.
The Virginia governor during the infamous hate march and murder of a protester wrote a book that has made some veterans of the event furious.
These two 'Unite the Right' white supremacists are so loathsome, their own lawyers are giving them the boot.