Inside Unite the Right
Anne Wilson Smith
Most Americans used to think of Charlottesville as the seat of the historic, graceful University of Virginia, with Thomas Jefferson’s fascinating home nearby. But since August 12, 2017, “Charlottesville” for most people invokes the idea of a violent, deadly white supremacist riot. That is what we have been told by the media and politicians.
We are in a time when BLM and Antifa engage in violence that the media calls “peaceful protests” and politicians allow to go unpunished, and a time when a walk through the Capitol building is called an “insurrection.”
Perhaps the time has come for sober minds to take another look at the Charlottesville story. That is what this thoroughly researched book—based on dozens of interviews of people who were actually there—does.
If the author’s finding are any indication of what actually happened at Charlottesville, the narrative sold to the American people—and the world at large—turns out to be less than an honest and impartial appraisal of the known facts.
Of course, dear reader, it will be up to you to weigh the evidence, assess the testimonies, and ultimately judge for yourself.
Paperback ISBN: 9781947660588