Matthew Heimbach’s World

Guess who was interviewed on CBSN/On Assignment tonight?

Virginia Flagger favorite Matthew Heimbach.

That’s right … this guy …

Oops ha ha

… the one marching next to Susan Frise Hathaway.

Remember, the Flaggers said that it was local Charlottesville officials, and not Heimbach and his fellow white supremacists, who were responsible for what happened at Charlottesville.

They still work well together, don’t they?

8 thoughts on “Matthew Heimbach’s World

  1. Shoshana Bee August 21, 2017 / 11:12 pm

    It is strange and unnerving to see two very diverse – opposing – aspects of my life come together over something so powerful, yet mundane: Hate.

    Long before the Civil War study landed at my hospital bedside, I was a seasoned activist, assisting my uncle with his ADL duties. Together we drove out the Nazis that were to convene in our town, by paying off the convention hall to cancel them at the last minute. It worked. I still remember the head nutcase screaming at us that pounds of pre-ordered pork roasts were going to waste and rot, now that there would be no meeting. He was appealing to the wrong crowd on many counts. We were sued for the rotten roasts, but it was worth it.

    Whilst recovering from an illness, a professor friend brought me Civil War fiction to distract me from my self-pity, figuring that a new obsession is the best cure for any ailment of the mind and body. Unfortunately, I set aside the needs my community, as I embraced a new one. I alienated many of my old colleagues, with my seeming disinterest, as they continued to monitor the gathering storm of White Supremacy groups, and I pursued my frivolous hobby.

    Abruptly, the chasm in my life’s interests closed as fast as it appeared. Matthew Heimbach’s road show came to town last summer, and when all was said and done, 7 people were stabbed and Heimbach found himself at the top of the local ADL persons of interest list. A new player to them, Heimbach was old hat to me by this point, as I had monitored his rise through the ranks on this very blog. Sometimes accused of “ranting” on the topic of flaggers, heritage groups, and hate makers, Dr. Simpson has found himself on the cutting edge of the genesis of what may be the “4th Klan” (or worse).

    So, I find myself re-united with old friends now fighting the same enemy. It is too bad that rather than experiencing a warm fuzzy feeling, it is instead, an ice cold resolve.

  2. TFSmith August 22, 2017 / 12:45 pm

    Same manure, different privy.

    Surprised they all aren’t off at Mierda Lago with the rest of the G-R-O-P’s enablers.

  3. Derek Corbett August 22, 2017 / 5:02 pm

    $3M lawsuit filed against Kessler, Fields and 31 others after deadly car attack following Charlottesville rally: Along with Kessler, Fields and Spencer, a white nationalist, the lawsuit names as defendants Mike Peinovich (who runs a right-wing podcast), Michael Hill (founder of the neo-Confederate League of the South and a leader of the Nationalist Front) and Matthew Heimbach (a leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party and the Nationalist Front), the Traditionalist Worker Party, the League of the South, Vanguard America, the National Socialist Movement, the Nationalist Front, the National Policy Institute, and the Proud Boys.

    How white nationalist leader Matt Heimbach defends violence at Saturday’s rally in Charlottesville

    Matthew Heimbach on Trump: ‘It’s the first president I’ve ever seen that wouldn’t just outright condemn.’ —

    Heimbach ‘said he was willing to die for his cause and would do whatever it took to defend himself.’ —

    Matthew Heimbach’s planning on heading to Russia to network this fall. —

  4. MSB August 23, 2017 / 2:08 pm

    As Heimbach was an organizer of the attack on Charlottesville, have the flaggers stopped pretending he’s not a white supremacist?

    • Andy Hall August 24, 2017 / 3:53 pm

      No, they just pretend they never had any connection to him at all.

  5. Joshism August 27, 2017 / 7:45 pm

    “Tear down the rag, put up the flag” with the former referring to the USA flag is remarkably nonsensical, although amusingly if you reverse the flags it becomes rather appropriate.

  6. David Vazquez October 16, 2017 / 12:39 pm

    The only ones “responsible” for what happened– and by “what happened” I mean anything illegal that happened, are those who actually committed the acts, on either side.

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