Sunday, August 13, 2017

Mother of man who plowed into protesters in Charlottesville, killing one and injuring others, thought he was going to a Donald Trump rally.

James Alex Fields Jr
Courtesy of ABC News: 

In an interview Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio, with The Associated Press, Samantha Bloom said of her son James Alex Fields Jr., "I just knew he was going to a rally. I mean, I try to stay out of his political views. You know, we don't, you know, I don't really get too involved, I moved him out to his own apartment, so we -- I'm watching his cat." 

Bloom was informed by The AP reporter that the rally was indeed organized by white nationalists. "I thought it had something to do with Trump. Trump's not a white supremacist," she said. 

"He had an African-American friend so ...," she said before her voice trailed off. 

In an interview with The Toledo Blade, she said, "I told him to be careful. [And] if they’re going to rally to make sure he’s doing it peacefully.”

 I actually feel really bad for this woman as she clearly had no idea what her son was into and to be confronted by a reporter and learn that he son is a murderer on camera must have been devastating.

Apparently her son told her he was attending an Alt-Right protest, but she heard it as "Albright."

Speaking of Donald Trump as you may have seen yesterday he refused to condemn what Fields did as an act of terrorism, and instead suggested that "many sides" were to blame.
However former KKK Gran leader David Duke knew the score.
And this is from the Neo_nazi outlet the Daily Stormer:
So I guess in many ways this mother was right.

This WAS a pro-Trump rally. 


  1. Anonymous8:35 AM

    Heather Heyer, 32, was protesting hate-fueled white supremacist march in Charlottesville on Saturday when James Alex Fields Jr, of Maumee, Ohio, allegedly plowed his vehicle into the crowd, killing her
    'She died doing what was right. My heart is broken, but I am forever proud of her,' Heyer's mother said
    Heyer, a paralegal and native of Greene County was passionate about social justice and her final public Facebook post, dated from 2016, read: 'If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention'
    Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said a total of 35 people had been treated for injuries after incident
    Police arrested Fields Jr, 20, who was charged with second-degree murder Saturday night
    The Dodge Challenger was filmed ramming into a line of people, then reversing quickly away from the scene
    FBI and federal prosecutors announced that they have opened up a civil rights investigation into incident
    The Unite the Right rally was held at Emancipation Park and hundreds were seen stomping through the city
    A local state of emergency was declared around 11am and the rally was determined an unlawful assembly
    State police helicopter covering the rally crashed near a golf course within city limits, killing two officers

    1. Anonymous9:37 AM

      Two more fatalities, victims of the rally for history and Trump, taking back America.

      Collateral Damage: Two state troopers killed in helicopter crash. One was a veteran law enforcement officer with more than two decades as a Virginia state trooper. The other was a pilot who transferred to the state police aviation unit last month and was one day away from his 41st birthday.!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/article_750/article-chopper-3-0812.jpg

    2. Anonymous10:36 AM

      32-year-old Heather Heyer, killed while standing up against white supremacist.

      An American was assassinated by a Nazi who used a car as a weapon. Sarah Palin twitters away her bandwidth

      Her blog is laced with ads and it is unreadable. Her beloved Daily Mail has a better version.

      The man says he captured a photo of the guardian angel which saved his life.

    3. Anonymous11:04 AM

      Who gives a rat's ass what $arah's opinion is on anything?

    4. Anonymous11:31 AM

      Thank you, 11:04 am. I am sick of these fools hijacking threads with their obsessions about the Palins.

    5. Anonymous11:52 AM

      Ivanka Trump Kashner and Sarah Lou Palin have their own followers and critics. They are both from the Trump castle, that's who cares.

      If you read, that was not about an opinion. It's about a stupid thing Sarah posts about death or dying. You can see she is mentally ill, as is Trump and no doubt Ivanka has the same problems.

      Sarah didn't care about the two troopers or the 32 year old woman that died the last I knew. Maybe she caught up with all that and now can discuss their guardian angels.

  2. Anonymous8:41 AM

    Trumps non condemnation of the Nazis, says it all.
    Trump is and has been the problem all Along!
    He continues to fuel hatred and incites violence!
    He is going to get his carnage,one way or the other.
    No one seems to have the courage to take him down.
    Somehow ,as always we will the people have to clean up this mess?
    Fuck you Nazi trump!

    1. Anonymous10:15 AM

      It is sickening. As is the excuses and crap from the White House.

    2. Anonymous11:22 AM

      Using Ivanka doesn't help him at all. That is just more disgusting. Sometimes she is an Orthodox Jew, sometimes she needs to be anti-Nazi.

      This is domestic terrorism and if the president can't address it honorably and correctly he needs to go.

      Along with his staff and anyone that is with him and complicit with him.

      What is Mike Pence up to? Isn't Indiana the state that birthed KKK or one of their main grand buzzards or whatever they are. They have a lot of history to preserve.

    3. Anonymous4:54 AM

      Had Ivanka any guts or had she really cared about any of this, she would have refused to be the "token" minority White House spokesperson about the Charlottesville debacle.

  3. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Trump has Adviser Ivanka, why should he condemn Nazis and white supremacists? Adviser Ivanka sat in for a world leader at the 2017 G20 summit. She can speak for what he won't say.
    Ivanka Trump, who has an office in the White House, says she tries to ‘stay out of politics’

  4. Anonymous9:03 AM

    "I actually feel really bad for this woman as she clearly had no idea what her son was into..."

    Wanna bet?

    1. Anonymous10:16 AM

      Exactly, why was mommy moving him to his own apt? How old is this guy and why isn’t capable of moving himself to an apt?

    2. Anonymous11:02 AM

      Paging Judge Judy. Appetizer!

    3. Anonymous11:51 AM

      uhhhh...har to of his teachers reported his fascination with Hitler and nazi much, that some incidents occurred....surely his parents got some feedback from all that

    4. Anonymous11:57 AM

      Denial likely by his mother.

    5. His mother undoubtedly had school reports concerning his behavior and probably school conferences as well. Her solution, the very essence of white privilege, was to move him into his own apartment. Like Pontius Pilate, she washed her hands, but she is not absolved of blame. If she did not insist that he receive psychiatric counseling, then she abdicated her responsibilities. She failed to carry out her parental duties, so now another mother must suffer heart-wrenching grief.

      Her white privilege is acknowledged by the MSM who rushed to get the mother's response to her racist murdering "child."

      My deepest sympathies are extended to the family of Heather Heyer, a true American heroine.

    6. His mother is paraplegic. I am willing to give her the benefit of doubt that she did not know what he was doing. I read that she heard about this when reporters showed up at her door, not by the police. I can't imagine giving coherent answers when your brain was trying to process what all these cameras and microphones were doing there. When the reporter asked her about Alt-Right, it was clear she had no idea what that meant. "Albright?" She asked, clearly puzzled. I had a 20 year old son (he is now 48). I had no idea what he was doing most of the time. I also read that his father died before he was born. So, her life has not been easy.
      Call me a bleeding heart. I prefer not to always look for evil.

  5. Anonymous9:13 AM

    There's nothing to say anymore. Any rational individual, "are you KIDDING me?" but this is now our country. I'm at a loss for words, Gryph, thank you for yours!

  6. Anonymous9:21 AM

    ... the White House is standing firm. (Three tweets) In a series of statements to reporters, White House officials gave defensive statement that tried to excuse Trump’s inexcusable gift to his racist base.

    When I asked senior WH official why Trump didn't condemn Cville Nazis, he said: "What about the leftist mob. Just as violent if not more so"

    1. Just what is needed, a big helping of what-aboutism. Sickening.

    2. Anonymous5:30 PM

      If not more so? Funny no Nazis ended up dead...

  7. Anonymous9:27 AM

    I've seen some of these white supremacist nazi assholes say on Facebook that black people should stop speaking out about racism because "no one is forcing them to pick cotton or sit at the back of a bus now". These people are despicable.

  8. Anonymous9:29 AM

    I would like to know what specifically David Duke and his kind would be "taking the country back". I get the white supremacy part. Also what are their beliefs of Trump's agenda.

  9. Anonymous9:35 AM

    "Trump's not a white supremacist."
    Oh puh-leeze.

  10. Slightly OT, but Soledad Obrien totally wants me and me-her. Drop dead YUMMY!

  11. Anonymous10:04 AM

    When you read history of Nazi Germany, one of the chief arguments Hitler made was he was standing up to "violent leftists"
    When I asked senior WH official why Trump didn't condemn Cville Nazis, he said: "What about the leftist mob. Just as violent if not more so" Gabriel Sherman

    1. Anonymous11:33 AM

      Time for Republicans to Leap From the Boat

      President Trump is attacking the Senate for his own failures—
      and after Charlottesville,
      senators may realize the damage they’re inflicting on their own party by standing by him.

  12. Anonymous10:10 AM

    Another really sick part of this story is a man in Michigan that previously owned the car and sold it to a dealership years ago was identified as the murderer online (for some reason the registration was never changed).

    He has received numerous death threats and contacted the police and FBI. They told him to sell his house and go and hide out, some plan. “They” are also threatening his family and threatened to bomb his business. He has gotten threaten phone calls and on social media. He told the reporters that he shut down his social media but he is still not clear on who is sending the threats.

    As for trump was in the hell is “all sides” there are two sides: the NAZIs and the rest of us.

    1. Anonymous11:42 AM


    2. Anonymous1:36 PM

    3. Anonymous2:57 PM

      Interesting... Alt right media, Gateway Pundit and GotNews framed wrong person.

      Daily Caller reporter Ian Miles-Cheong also pushed his readers to 4chan’s /pol/ message board.

      Cheong, who has appeared on Fox News’ Hannity in the past month, wound up being incorrect.

    4. Anonymous6:16 PM

      'He has received numerous death threats and contacted the police and FBI. They told him to sell his house and go and hide out, some plan. “They” are also threatening his family and threatened to bomb his business.'

      Where is that part? Do you have a link?

  13. Anonymous10:19 AM

    The former high school history teacher of James Alex Fields Jr., charged with second-degree murder in the death of a counter-protester in Charlottesville on Saturday, claims his former student was “infatuated” with Adolf Hitler and Nazism

    1. Fields went to high school in Kenfucky. Yep, he is a product of Mitch McConnell's state.

      "The young man accused of plowing a car into a crowd of people protesting a white supremacist rally was fascinated with Nazism, idolized Adolf Hitler, and had been singled out by school officials in the 9th grade for his "deeply held, radical" convictions on race, a former high school teacher said Sunday.

      James Alex Fields Jr. also confided that he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was younger and had been prescribed an anti-psychotic medication, Derek Weimer said in an interview with The Associated Press."

      "The 20-year-old Fields had been photographed hours earlier carrying the emblem of Vanguard America, one of the hate groups that organized the "take America back" campaign in protest of the removal of a Confederate statue. The group on Sunday denied any association with the suspect, even as a separate hate group that organized Saturday's rally pledged on social media to organize future events that would be "bigger than Charlottesville." "

      Why of course they denied his association. They always do. Because they are all fucking cowards.

      "In photos taken before the rally, Fields was shown standing Saturday with a half-dozen other men, all wearing the Vanguard America uniform of khakis and white polo shirts. The men held white shields with Vanguard America's black-and-white logo of two crossed axes. The Confederate statue of Robert E. Lee was in the background.

      The photo was taken about 10:30 a.m. Saturday just hours before authorities say Fields crashed his car into the crowd at 1:42 p.m. The Anti-Defamation League says Vanguard America believes the U.S. is an exclusively white nation, and uses propaganda to recruit young white men online and on college campuses."

      Fields tried to enlist twice and was turned down twice, once by National Guard and once by the Army. You know they're nuts when even the military won't take them.

  14. Anonymous10:26 AM

    Gosh Sarah, did you skip the history classes @ Wasilla High?
    Mr. Matheson, ate Halls like candy. Showed films about Hitler.
    Watch the macho football players cry when we saw what Hitler did.
    Sarah must have been cheering!!!

    1. Anonymous11:09 AM

      Media’s Charlottesville Attack Narrative Destroyed: Trump Is Not Aligned with Fringe White Supremacist Movement, Here’s Proof

      Sarah Palin is pushing some revisionist excuses for Trump. He is now to be distanced from David Duke. Who is now mad at Trump. lol

      "Trump did the right thing by condemning these idiots and they clearly aren’t happy with Trump about it. But, the media won’t talk about that because it gets in the way of their narrative. Trump has literally nothing to do with David Duke or white supremacy. Period." Ya know he is always right.

      @DrDavidDuke "Our people were peacefully assembling and attacked by the same radical leftists who invaded your meetings and attacked your supporters."

      Too many Republicans are standing aside from Trump and his incredibly unpresidential statement on Charlottesville
      Prominent Republicans distance themselves from Trump's tepid response to Charlottesville violence

    2. Anonymous11:23 AM

      She has no knowledge of history.
      Proven her own words.

  15. Anonymous10:27 AM

    Republican senator on Trump's remarks: 'This is a time to lay blame'

    "This is not a time for vagaries," Gardner said. "This isn't a time for innuendo or to allow room to be read between the lines. This is a time to lay blame -- to lay blame on bigotry, to lay blame on white supremacists, on white nationalism and on hatred. And that needs to be said."
    Gardner praised Trump for calling out Islamist terrorism across the globe and said the President needed to do the same with domestic terrorists motivated by racism.
    "This President needs to do exactly that today," Gardner said. "Call this white supremacism, this white nationalism evil, and let the country hear it, let the world hear it. It's something that needs to come from the Oval Office, and this White House needs to do it today."

  16. Anonymous11:01 AM

    Gryphen, the mom was wrong in one way. She said that Trump was not a white supremacist. He is. If anyone doubted that before yesterday, they know it for sure by now. What a disgrace.

    1. Anonymous12:15 PM

      He sure is, white supremacist. Now I am thinking he (Miller, Bannon ?) are colluding with Dr. Duke or someone in that circle.

      They probably know more about these white supremist gatherings and plans than they will ever say.

      Trump should also talk to his senior advisers about these things. Is his daughter and son in law in the dark about who he really is? Or do they think they can influence him?

      The Kushners look like total fools.
      Obviously Trump can use them, as they say they are Jewish. How could a white supremist love their Jewish family?

  17. Are Americans so stupid they didn't know who they were voting for for president? It's no secret that Trump has been part of the racist element for decades and on many occasions has been publicly vocal about it, especially during the primaries.
    Is it a surprise that a man who would call for a ban on a religious group would have philosophical ties to racist groups?
    Does a man who treats women like sex objects and thinks he can do what he wants to them have a superiority complex?
    When given the opportunity to denounce David Duke and his racism Trump was silent.
    America always gets the leadership they deserve (vote for). Free elections allow the character of the population to show through. The history of the American people's treatment towards their fellow human beings, is ugly. We should not be surprised they elect a racist for president. It is not the first time Americans have elected a racist for president and it won't be the last.
    Sad, given this is the 21st century.

    1. Anonymous12:22 PM

      Trump 'won' by the antiquated electoral college system. He did not win the popular vote. He doesn't want people to know that the Americans that voted for him were in large part KKK types. So he has to back peddle about his bro David Duke. Some voters are stupid, some don't care and more are KKK types and happy with the results of their vote.

    2. Argue the election results? Fine. It's still outrageous that the vote was so close and that many Americans supported the racist Trump. I take no satisfaction that Trump actually lost the popular vote. We have been electing our presidents with the same rules for some 250 years. It's not a change in election rules we need, but a change in the hearts of Americans.

    3. Anonymous2:40 PM

      Argue the election results? No arguement. It is fact.

  18. Anonymous11:37 AM

    I have never understood this group people, WTF are they screaming white this and that about? We cannot erase history good or bad. And We can tried to understand what each nationality feels. As President Obama said, you are not born hating, you are taught. I personally don't like useless labels "white" you are more than brown black white red yellow or green. Take a DNA ancestry test and find out what you are. The Altrights are nothing more than bullies looking for reason to hate and fight. Donalds Base.


      "People who discriminate, however, see this as a threat. They detect a decrease in their own privilege when an oppressed group makes a breakthrough."

      "This happens across the board, with all forms of privilege: white privilege, male privilege, Christian privilege, cis privilege. I’ve come across people with every one of these privileges who will state, in all seriousness, that they are being discriminated against by being forced to stop discriminating against other groups.

      When privilege is all you’ve ever known, the absence of privilege feels, to some, like oppression."

      There's your racism.

      There's your bigotry.

      There's your misogyny.

      There's your homophobia.

      These poor white trash knuckle draggers thing they should have exclusive privileges above and beyond everyone else. And when equal rights in some way erodes that and others gain some privilege, often not even close to the average white male, they go all hissy fit, throw a tantrum and scream they are victims.

      Remember O'Reilly's claims of a "war on Christmas" just because Seasons Greetings and Happy Holidays were trying to be more inclusive?

      They're trying to blow everyone else's candle out to make their own glow brighter.

  19. Anonymous1:24 PM

    "Police said that the American, whose name was withheld by police for privacy reasons, was being investigated for breaking German laws banning the display of Nazi symbols or slogans, adding that he had high alcohol levels in his blood at the time of the assault."
    "The eastern city has a long and frequently bloody history: during the last gasp of the second world war in 1945, it was raZed to the ground and some 25,000 civilians were killed in Allied bombing raids."

  20. Anonymous1:26 PM

    1. Because they are all fundamentally cowards.

  21. Anonymous1:29 PM

  22. Anonymous1:29 PM

    Please people don't get into fear. This is what these mobsters are trying to push. Do not fear. We must resist.
    Push these as what they are, terroists!

    1. Anonymous7:13 PM

      They will run their mouths until hired help don't show up to work. Baby in a corner. Whining & crying!
      Power shifts. Hard stares.
      Yeah bitches, we run the world. You understand me?
      They get it real quick. ;)

  23. Anonymous1:46 PM

    ""He had an African-American friend so ...," ""The tide of hatred and intolerance and bigotry that has come to us and has marched down with torches the lawn of one of the founding fathers -- it is brought here by people who belong in the trash heap of history with these ideas," Signer said. "There is a very sad and regrettable coarseness in our politics."At least six Republican senators, including Portman, have referred to Fields' alleged attack as "domestic terrorism." Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colorado), leader of the National Republican Senatorial Committee in 2018, called on Mr. Trump to do the same."

  24. Anonymous2:02 PM

    "killing one person and injuring 19 people"
    "“photographed Fields on the front lines of a volatile rally about 10:30 a.m.—flanked by other white men in polo shirts and tan slacks clutching the racially charged black-and-white insignia of the Vanguard America hate group.”" Blood and Soil, VA romanticizes the notion that people with “white blood” have a special bond with “American soil.”
    GVF1111 & GVF1122

    1. Anonymous2:33 PM

      A Daily News photog spotted James Fields (center) clutching a shield with a hate group’s insignia before the attack.

      There are a lot of questions about the car he was driving. How did Fields get involved in the shady deal with the car?

      DOJ is going to investigate. What kind of investigation will that be?

  25. Anonymous2:22 PM

    There is no doubt about it, this was a Trump rally. Did you see all the red hats, MAGA? I have no doubt now that Trump is aware of what they are doing for him. Yes, at some level there is communications with Trump people and he is kept up to date with this part of his base.

    The white supremacist's will go on, they may decide not to wear the red hats because Trump doesn't want that.

    1. Did you catch that many of them were dressed just like Trump on the golf course. Same khakis, white polo shirts, black belt and maga caps. How can he dispute that?

  26. Anonymous2:29 PM

    "Being on the brink of a nuclear standoff would have dominated a news cycle for longer than 48 hours under almost any other president. But by Friday evening, all eyes turned to Charlottesville, Virginia, where white supremacists who call themselves nationalists but are actually more like Nazis marched carrying tiki torches and Confederate flags their feelings inflamed by the city’s imminent removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. The get over it, you lost crowd was not over it."while Charlottesville police looked on limply, 20-year-old Ohioan James Alex Fields, Jr. drove a Dodge Challenger into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing 32-year-old paralegal Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others. Earlier that day, Fields was photographed holding a shield containing a white supremacist emblem." Fox News’ Roger Ailes, now deceased, told Vanity Fair’s David Friend that he believed Fox cameras would capture the end of the world and broadcast it live. “When the end of the world comes, we’ll be able to cover it live until the last camera goes out. I believe I mean it literally.”

    "Turner's boast about broadcasting through the end of the world is the kind of thing you hear, in one form or another, from every startup founder. My idea is the best, it will beat all the others, it is here to stay, forever and ever. No, we won't get bought by AOL. And Turner was known for being blustery.

    So when Ted Turner said that CNN was going to be playing "Nearer My God To Thee"—the song the band supposedly played when the Titanic went down—as the heavens opened up, as the fiery finger of God rained salt and brimstone from the sky, as the Earth beneath our feet opened from below and swallowed everything above, as the last CNN employee, in the last surviving CNN studio in the world, witnessed the end of existence before them, he meant it."

    BELIEVE tinydjt....

  27. Anonymous3:16 PM

    What was that 4th person the antichrist? Knoghts or something. Isnt jared k. 4th ?

  28. Anonymous3:19 PM

    In Seattle:

    1. Anonymous4:10 PM

      There must be a map of all the alt righty planned rallies for Trump, where is it? It looks like their orders are coming from the White House now. Is Gorka the one that distributes the orders out to all the rally leaders across the country?

    2. Anonymous4:33 PM

      Joey Gibson speaks at a rally in Berkeley, California, on April 27

      Pence 2020?

    3. Anonymous4:44 AM

      They've come up from the sewers where they've been waiting since November. How much more ashamed can we get of our country?

  29. So Mom kicked her Nazi son out of her basement and he goes to a Hate Riot and commits a TERRORIST ACT.

    And what does Donald Trump say between rounds of golf? He reads whatever tepid swill Steve Bannon barfed up. The Daily Stormer is spot on. No condemnation at all.

    I understand from the radio that the White House has released a statement basically walking that back and saying of course he meant Nazis, White Supremacists, Alt-Right, etc.

    But Trump didn't say it. And his little skin heads will still forgive and bless him for it.

    There is no God. If there were, Trump would be dead by now.

  30. Anonymous4:43 AM

    John Oliver was particularly brilliant last night about what happened in Charlottesville and Trump's cowardly response. In fact Trump was more than cowardly. He showed whose side he is on and it isn't the side of the vast majority of Americans.

    1. That was the absolute best I've seen from Oliver in a long time. That bit would have left scars had Trump seen it. We know he hasn't, otherwise he'd be trying to deport Oliver.

  31. Anonymous12:02 PM

    The guy used to engage at least one of his high school teachers in conversations about his admiration of Nazis........pretty sure the mother was aware of his feelings about the subject. Not saying she instilled those ideas, because who knows what was going on in his head, but I seriously doubt that she was "oblivious" to his white supremacist philosophy.

    1. His mother is obviously weak and in denial. I suspect he received no discipline, at least from her, and has no respect for her. Possibly she is a single parent and simply became afraid of him as he grew older, stronger and more deranged. (He's supposedly schizophrenic.) Her solution to this was to let it go and when it finally became intolerable, she kicked him out of the house, only more like she got him an apartment and is probably paying for it because this loser can't hold a job. It was the only way of getting him out of her house. She's probably relieved he's been arrested and is praying they lock him up and throw away the key. Not her problem any more.


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