Neo-Confederates’ plan for unpermitted rally has Richmond police ‘preparing for the unknown’

Saturday, September 9, 2017
By Paul Martin
9 Sep, 2017

The Richmond Police Department is coping with “a lot of anxiety,” as a neo-Confederate group promises to rally at a statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee, despite the governor issuing a ban on all demonstrations at the monument.

The New Confederate States of America (CSA II) announced that their rally planned for September 16 to ‘protect’ the General Robert E Lee monument in Virginia from being taken down, “will still be going on” despite the governor’s order.

On August 18, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) signed an executive order temporarily suspending the issuance of permits for protests and barring any demonstrations at the Lee monument.

The ban was ordered after an alt-right rally in Charlottesville turned deadly last month when a man drove his car into a group of counter-protesters, leaving 19 injured and one woman dead.

McAuliffe called the “Unite the Right” rally “an act of domestic terrorism,” adding that the ban was put in place to ensure “nothing like what occurred in Charlottesville happens again.”

“Let me be clear, this executive order has nothing to do with infringing upon first amendment rights,” the governor said. “This is a temporary suspension, issued with the singular purpose of creating failsafe regulations to preserve the health and well-being of our citizens.”

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One Response to “Neo-Confederates’ plan for unpermitted rally has Richmond police ‘preparing for the unknown’”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    WHY … do you refer to them as NEO Confederates ??? White Christian southerners are “Confederates.” NEO = a bunch of misguided under 25’s that look up to Hitler !!! NO Confederates look up to Hitler Do NOT connect them with us !!!! They are a “sub cult.”


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