The media is mad about the fact that the only violence and destruction at the # today was the mass slaughter of their baseless narratives. One of them was the fact that the people marching around Richmond were all white, redneck, and racist.
As I wrote earlier today, a black man laid waste to the narrative early on in the day by making it clear that he was there to support the 2nd Amendment, but that he wasn’t the only one. He described Americans of every race, color, and creed gathering together to celebrate and protect their rights, and as the day went on, he was proven right.
Here are some of the stories that came through social media feeds over the course of the rally.
Julio Rosas at Town Hall showed us two pictures, one of an Asian woman demolishing the fact that this is a white supremacist rally with her mere presence, and another featuring two black people carrying their rifles.
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) January 20, 2020
Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies was also at the rally and posted this video of a black man answering the question, “are you a white supremacist?” The man answered humorously by responding “man, I got dreads.”
He then went into a pretty solid rant about how the left is mad that no civil unrest happened and no one got locked up. He repeated “united we stand” several times, indicating that no matter the race or color of the person, they were all there together to show their support for their 2nd Amendment rights.
“Sir, are you a White Supremacist?” pic.twitter.com/JFhxLRfgv1
— Zach Vorhies (@Perpetualmaniac) January 20, 2020
Here is another black man wearing a MAGA beanie saying much of the same thing being interviewed by Breitbart.
"We want the Second Amendment to remain intact." pic.twitter.com/WgxKfs4Mjo
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) January 20, 2020
Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon also conducted an interview with a black man who laid flat almost every narrative the left had against the protesters in one go.
“For me as an African American on MLK day it’s critically important to preserve the ability to defend ourselves and our loved ones,” said the man identifying himself as “Mark.”
Mark noted that this was not the white supremacist rally that the left told him it would be, and that he’s there to support his rights against Governor Ralph Northam who is known for doing “blackface.”
"For me as an African American on MLK day it's critically important to preserve the ability to defend ourselves and our loves ones"
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 20, 2020
This Hispanic man was seen holding a sign that read “armed minorities are harder to oppress.”
— Alec Sears (@alec_sears) January 20, 2020
Here’s an Asian man holding a sign saying the same thing.
— ERIN CRUZ FOR CALIFORNIA (CA-36) (@RealErinCruz) January 20, 2020
There was even the fluffiest dog you’ve ever seen, but I digress.
Look at this fluffy fellow 😍 pic.twitter.com/3UxUofQMjt
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) January 20, 2020
One of the most defining moments is when a journalist highlighted that neo-Nazi named Jovi Val showed up and began spewing his filth about holocaust denial.
Jovi Val here, denying the Holocaust. So we have a Nazi loudly expressing himself here. pic.twitter.com/Q9GFEec0QH
— Robert Evans (The Only Robert Evans) (@IwriteOK) January 20, 2020
What seemed to go overlooked by the reporter is that Val was being argued against by conservatives and 2nd Amendment supporters. This shows that there is a clear divide between the two groups despite the media’s attempts at linking them all together.
At the end of the day, the media and the left cannot make the claim that racism pervaded the rally today. This has been demonstrably debunked multiple times.
However, it’s highly unlikely that you will see any of this being reported by mainstream sources. As far as the mainstream media is concerned, this was a rally filled to the brim with hateful white people.