Democrat Operatives Dress Up As “White Supremacists” In Front Of Youngkin’s Tour Bus

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Democrat’s never cease to stage a false flag event.

Liberals on social media went in rage mode after alleged “white supremacists” wearing white shirts and Tiki torches were scene in front of Glenn Younkin’s tour bus.

However, hours after the photos were released it was reported that the alleged White supremacists were actually Democrat operatives looking to taint Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Younkin.

Trump has already endorsed Youngkin and plans to have a tele-rally for Youngkin on Monday.

Just for reference for those of who don’t remember in 2017 there was a unite the right rally which attracted several neo-Nazis and white supremacists groups who donned white shirts and Tiki torches.

So with just days before the election Democrats are attempting to paint Youngkin as a sympathizer for neo-Nazis.

The Lincoln Project which is an anti Trump group filled with RINOs and alleged pedophiles claimed they were responsible for the false flag:

However many investigative journalists believe the Lincoln project is just covering up the Democrat’s tracts:

 

The Post Millennial helped break the story:

Photos have surfaced on social media depicting “white supremacists” at a Glenn Youngkin campaign stop in Charlottesville, Virginia, which were revealed to be members of the Virginia Democrats.

A group of people were photographed outside the Republican gubernatorial candidate’s bus dressed in khakis, white button up shirts, baseball caps, and holding tiki torches, which were prominently seen during the tragic events that unfolded during a white supremacist rally in the city in 2017.

The group was first spotted outside Youngkin’s election campaign event at a Mexican restaurant by NBC 29 reporter Elizabeth Holmes.

Twitter users were quick to start digging into the identities of those who appeared as part of this group.

 

NBC 29 had these details to add:

A rare visit to Charlottesville by Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin is being overshadowed by an incident that occurred outside a campaign stop.

Now, the Lincoln Project says it is behind the incident.

Youngkin made a stop at Guadalajara’s East Main Street location early Friday, October 29. While he was inside, several people stood with tiki torches next to his campaign bus outside the restaurant.

Tiki torches were used by many white supremacists who marched at the University of Virginia on August 11, 2017, the day before the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. Jason Kessler, who is listed as an organizer of the rally in federal lawsuit, carried a tiki torch while participating in that march.

Democrat’s signature move when they are in trouble are false flags just look at January 6th.


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