White Supremacist Who Drove His Car Into Charlottesville Crowd Convicted Of Murder

Remember that Unite the Right rally that went down in Charlottesville final yr? Who may neglect? Videos an angered neo-nazi plowing by means of a bunch protestors went viral. Heather Heyer was killed within the lethal assault, and the driving force, James Alex Fields Jr., was arrested instantly. On August 12, 2017, Fields was driving down Fourth Street when he was stopped by two different vehicles. The two different autos, a sedan and a minivan, had stopped as a consequence of protestors strolling up the road they had been driving down. Fields sat idle earlier than reversing after which accelerating in the direction of the 2 vehicles. He plowed by means of the group protestors and slammed the vehicles in entrance him, which in flip despatched them hurdling at different protestors. 

Fields was collaborating the Unite the Right rally on the day the assault. The white supremacist group was protesting the proposed elimination a statue Robert E. Lee, the Confederate basic. In response, Antifa and others who stood towards Confederate beliefs confirmed as much as counter-protest. The incident spawned the controversial response from Donald Trump the place he claimed that blame might be attributed to each side, and that there have been good and dangerous folks on each the white supremacist aspect and the opposition. 

Fields, who expounded neo-nazi and white supremacist beliefs previous to the assault, was not too long ago charged with first-degree homicide for killing Heyer. As reported by NPR, Fields was hit with first-degree homicide, together with a number of counts aggravated malicious wounding, malicious wounding and leaving the scene an accident. His sentencing is predicted to start Monday, and he might be serving life in jail. Heyer’s mom, Susan Bro, and eight victims are anticipated to testify earlier than Fields’ sentencing.

Seth Rogen's "Preacher" Depicts Nazi Donning A "MAGA" Hat

Last night, Seth Rogen’s series Preacher, based on the popular graphic novel, aired its season finale. Now, it seems to be garnering a bit controversy over an unexpected “Make America Great Again” hat. Evidently, the episode featured a tank strewn with Nazi ry, with a band people clad in Nazi attire marching behind it. One the Nazis happened to be wearing the red hat, which has become a modern-day icon, for better or worse. 

Clearly, the powers that be have laid out their hand, taking a strong political stance and sliding it into their series. The move reportedly ruffled the feathers many Trump supporters, as broken down by Fox News. The irate took to Twitter to voice their displeasure, threatening boycotts and general annoyance with the decision. The ubiquity politics truly knows no bounds; not even Sunday night television is safe.

Do you feel politics and entertainment should be kept apart? Or are these fended parties becoming the same thing they press to hate? Either way, Preacher has clearly taken a strong stance against Trump’s signature red hat. 

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