Let's All Laugh at Charlottesville Nazi Organizer Running Away From an Angry Crowd

If this is an advertisement for the superiority of the white race, the Alt-Right is going to have to work on its marketing strategy big time.
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There isn't a huge amount to be positive about when it comes to the horrible events that transpired over the weekend in Charlottesville Virginia, but this video of ‘Unite the Right’ rally organizer Jason Kessler running for his life is one of them: 

I am not an advocate of violence, and I don't think attacking people who aren't attacking you is OK. But my God was this funny.  Watching a man who believes he is a superior genetic specimen running awkwardly away from women, minorities and effete liberals is nothing short of comedy gold, and is a much needed moment in what is otherwise an incredibly dark moment.

Kessler put together an overtly racist rally that used KKK and Nazi imagery, and is apparently shocked that counter protestors came out to stop them. He is now planning on suing the city of Charlottesville and Gov. Terry McAuliffe "into oblivion" because he believes "the Alt-Right came under a coordinated smear attack from the Charlottesville government which refused to allocate resources to secure the constitutionally protected free speech rights of the Unite the Right speakers and attendees.":

Thus far, 'Unite the Right' has raised just over $2,600 for its legal defense fund -- an amount that isn't going to go very far given the shocking violence committed by James Alex that resulted in multiple injuries and the death of a young woman named Heather Heyer. And if Kessler's "evidence" is anything to go by, he'll be laughed out of court before he gets there. In this ridiculous video posted on his twitter account, Kessler claims Alex was justified in plowing his car into a crowd of protestors because someone threw something at his car first: 

You'll notice Alex was driving towards the crowd before the moment his car was hit. 

This, ladies and gentlemen, is "White Supremacy" at work. A flabby, middle aged white man with a suit two sizes too big tumbling through a flower garden chase by hippies who then puts together a legal case no qualified lawyer would touch with a barge pole. 

If this is an advertisement for the superiority of the white race, the Alt-Right is going to have to work on its marketing strategy big time. 

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