She alleges that she was “being hit, being grabbed, being dragged around by her hair, being held down in a manner causing bruising.”
Patrick Casey helped organize the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. Now he wants to take over the GOP.
“I am a proud Brooklyn ordinary guy,” he claims. “I’m not a goddamn Nazi.”
“I do not apologize for stating what I believed to be correct at the time, unless everyone must apologize every time they change their opinion.”
My super-secret CIA contact had been working me for a year before I began to suspect that he might not be totally on the level.
Is it not troubling — perhaps ironic — that alt-right figures use the State of Israel as a model for an American ethno-state?
“Really, it’s not about ideology; it’s about a broken search for identity, community and purpose,” he said of the growing alt-right movement.
In the days before the one-year anniversary of the Charlottesville rally, we can’t help but question Kessler’s heritage.
“It’s important to remember that extremist activity is…an issue faced by communities every day across the country,” said ADL CEO.
She described him as victim of “label lynching” before showing a video of him speaking at a 2016 Trump rally.