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“While I was providing first aid and making sure they were all O.
K., the police threatened to arrest us if we didn’t leave the statue,” Han told me. O.s fell off his business council, and Ivanka Trump had to play clean up, with a tweet of her own that called out neo-Nazis and white supremacists by name.
“It’s not like a petition,” said one local friend of mine. One woman, in a black tank top chanted loudly, “Nazis go home!
White nationalists during a torch march through the grounds of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, August 11, 2017; Flowers and a photo Heather Heyer lie at a memorial in Charlottesville, August 13, 2017.
The police only showed up after the worst of the violence was over.
Charlottesville is perhaps one of the most liberal towns in the South. It has a troubled relationship with Thomas Jefferson, who Lappa told me was a “racist rapist,” referring to Jefferson’s relationship with Sally Hemings.
(Around Valentine’s Day, about a decade ago, a campaign to publicize the relationship, and give an ironic statement about its secrecy, led to the circulation of T-shirts printed with the slogan “Tommy ❤️ Sally.”)The university, in may ways, represents a sort of antebellum fantasy of the South. It matches perfectly with the fantasy of the aggrieved Trump supporters’ vision of themselves as a group under siege—one representing a way of life that is falling away and that must be made great again.
From its founder to its sororities and fraternities, to its public face as a Southern Ivy, the image that Charlottesville and U. As Mathewes noted to me, it was ironic that the protesters were carrying the flags of two “loser” causes, the Confederacy and the Nazis.