Charlottesville conspiracy theories


Well it looks like others, even higher ups think Charlottesville was a setup as well.

An Idaho state lawmaker is facing backlash for sharing a conspiracy theory that former President Obama helped to orchestrate the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., as part of a plot to take down President Trump.
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The Charlottesville FALSE FLAG: Van at Accident Scene was a Salvaged and Planted there in Advance

Much ink has been spilled over the Charlottesville events.

We will try not to use much of it, instead show you some images that speak louder than words.

What do we know:

1. “Unite the Right” organizer Jason Kessler was reportedly an Obama supporter involved in the Occupy movement as recently as November 2016, before establishing his white supremacist group “Unity & Security for America” in January, 2017.

Also a possible CNN Assignment Editor, posting about Occupy Movement.

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