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New York Times: Charlottesville Extremists Lose In Court, But Replacement Theory Lingers On

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The Unite the Right defendants lost a civil case before a Charlottesville jury. Nationalist groups which decided four or five years ago for their own reasons that holding volatile public rallies in progressive college towns was a tactical error will now be deterred from holding similar events.

New York Times:

“The jury verdict on Tuesday holding a dozen white supremacists liable for the violence at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., was a victory for those who have long inveighed against far-right extremists and a rare example of hate group leaders being held responsible not only for the language they use, but also for the bloodshed they are accused of causing.

But even though the planners of the rally lost their civil trial and now confront the prospect of $25 million in damages, their legacy lives on. …

This ideology’s shift from the margins toward the center was one of the leitmotifs of the nearly monthlong trial. Its spread suggests why it was crucial to have brought legal action against the defendants in the first place, according to those who helped to plan the case. “Precisely because their ideas have become more mainstream, it underscores why it is so important to hold these extremists accountable,” said Amy Spitalnick, executive director of Integrity First for America, a civil rights group that underwrote the suit. …

Still, their once-fringe belief that white people are under attack in America has now moved closer to the conservative mainstream. …”

We lost a court case.

We’re winning the argument though outside of deep blue progressive enclaves like Charlottesville. In rural areas, small towns and working class suburbs, our ideas and message is gaining traction. I won’t bother to cite all the polls because I have been covering them all year.



Source: https://occidentaldissent.com/2021/11/24/new-york-times-charlottesville-extremists-lose-in-court-but-replacement-theory-lingers-on/


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