Asserting that they are “answering a call to confront and dismantle the white supremacist agenda in every community,” a coalition of leftist groups is embarking on a 10-day march from Charlottesville to Washington D. C.

Among their demands is the removal of President Trump from office and unspecified means of “confronting white supremacy throughout our history.”  They also demand “an agenda that repairs the damage it’s done to our country and its people.”

The Hill reports:

Activists are set to start a 10-day march from Charlottesville, Va., to Washington, D.C., on Monday to confront white supremacy and demand President Trump’s removal from office.

“The March to Confront White Supremacy,” is set to start in Charlottesville Monday, Aug. 28 and end in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 6. Organizers say the march will be followed by an occupation of Washington with daily nonviolent demonstrations.

“This is the time to confront white supremacy in our government and throughout our history. We demand that President Trump to be removed from office for allying himself with this ideology of hate and we demand an agenda that repairs the damage it’s done to our country and its people,” the website for the march reads.

“This will be a sustained civil disobedience campaign, so bring what you need to stay,” they added.

The organizers of this march are working to bring together the old Occupy movement, the fading BLM movement, and a host of other leftist agitator activists.

PJ Media reports:

According to the website, the activists will “hold our ground and launch wave after wave of nonviolent civil disobedience demanding Trump be removed from office and that an agenda be advanced that heals the wounds of white supremacy.”

Groups participating in the march and “occupation of DC” include Women’s March, Color Of Change, Indivisible, Repairers of the Breach, The Movement for Black Lives, Working Families Party, the Action Group Network, and United We Dream. The activists plan to arrive in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 6. Organizers say they will hold daily “nonviolent” demonstrations.

Spoiler alert: Since the vast majority of Americans on both sides of the political spectrum — including the president — already condemn racism and white supremacist groups, the entire virtue-signaling exercise is just a pretext to push a far left-wing political agenda.

It is indeed a pretext for pushing the radical left’s political agenda, but it’s also an exercise in attempting to unite the divergent leftist groups under one umbrella.  Having worked diligently for decades to create separate, angry, victim groups, Democrats finally realized that they need to achieve, as Ralph Ellison puts it, “intersectionality.”  They need their radical regressive hordes to stop fighting one another and come together against a common foe.

To achieve that goal and reinforce that “trust” for other leftist groups’ demands, they’ve landed on “white supremacy,” a term haphazardly applied with equal fervor to neo-Nazis / the KKK and to those who support free speech and freedom of assembly, as well as to those who oppose illegal immigration and single-payer healthcare.

In a fascinating interview with left-wing author Mark Lilla, Slate, perhaps unintentionally, reveals the prevailing leftist view, also articulated by Hillary, that “about half” of all Americans are “irredeemably racist” and “lost.”  Hillary’s “deplorables” referenced “half” of Trump’s supporters, not half of all Americans, but you know how these things grow in fevered leftist imaginations.

From Slate:

[Lilla] When you ask them about identity issues, the people who are not voting for us, and ask them about what they perceive as political correctness, they respond. You only have to look at posts about this, and it’s a great recruiting tool for the right. Now, unless you assume that all of white America is racist and lost and cannot be saved—

[Slate] Only about half. [emphasis in original]

It is on this wildly faulty premise—”about half” of America is irredeemably racist, fascist, etc.—that this leftist coalition marches, their stated objective to rout “white supremacy” from “every community” in America.


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