US Commission on Civil Rights Refuses to Condemn Antifa Violence

US Commission on Civil Rights Refuses to Condemn Antifa Violence

US Commission on Civil Rights Refuses to Condemn Antifa Violence

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights was quick to condemn the white supremacists involved in the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, but they voted down a proposal to also condemn violence from the the far-left group Antifa.

In a vote to include Antifa in the official commission statement, 4 Democratic commissioners voted “No.”

The Republican who proposed it, Gail Heriot, and the Republican who seconded the proposal, Peter Kirsanow, were the only 2 who voted “Yes.”

“Though we support peaceful protest and note that most of the counter-demonstrators were peaceful, we condemn violence by anyone, including violence by so-called Antifa demonstrators,” Ms. Heriot proposed.

On “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Mr. Kirsanow said the commission unanimously agreed that white nationalists and neo-Nazis should be condemned for their role in the violence, but the Democratic commissioners resisted including Antifa in the resolution because of their own political leanings.

And not a word from the MSM.

The Big Q: Where is the Fact Finding?

The Big A: Whitewashed by the Democrats.

Stay tuned…

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