"More recently, Mr. Kessler became involved in the fight against renaming Lee Park -- one reason for the 'Unite the Right' rally this weekend. The rally was by far Mr. Kessler's largest undertaking yet. Last week, he won an injunction in federal court against the city, which had voted to revoke a permit for the rally".
Quote: NBC News 29
The Rutherford Institute and ACLU say the city's decision to move the rally out of downtown is against the organizer, Jason Kessler’s, free speech rights. The civil rights groups argued the move violates Kessler's right to free speech, because the rally is meant to be a protest of the City Council's decision to remove the statue of confederate General Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park.
The largely unknown Stone Mountain Park Confederate Memorial in Stone Mountain, GA is the largest bas-relief sculpture in the world. Larger than Mount Rushmore.
They have a spectacular laser show, where the audience cheers wildly, as the massive figures are brought to life and charge across the mountain to the sounds of ‘Dixie’.
The city says it wanted to move it elsewhere due to the size of the rally, not the content of the speech.
I hate Trump as much or more than the next guy, but is there anything he possibly could have said about the tragedy that he wouldn't have been immediately jumped all over by the libs?
He actually had a good day that day