The love between spouses manifests itself in their customer’s experience.Below, some of the best pay tribute to those who make whole themselves and their businesses. Honest, nothing fake, true to who they say they are.25 bucks an hour to actors, photographers in that particular case to participate in events in Charlotte, NC, area as opposed to Charlottesville, VA.” Rush Limbaugh also mentioned the conspiracy theory on his radio show, claiming that progressives “were hiring for Charlottesville in advance.
For some reason, all parties involved in promoting the moronic claim have interpreted a Craigslist ad posted August 7 by the firm Crowds on Demand which offered per hour to “actors and photographers” to participate in events in the “Charlotte, NC area” as evidence that the firm was hiring counter-protesters for the event in Charlottesville, roughly 300 miles away.
“There’s a story out today that raises a question whether or not antifa agitators that showed up in Charlottesville on Saturday were bought and paid for,” Hannity claimed.
Hannity continued, “Apparently it was uncovered, and some of the media reported it, that some suspicious activity by an LA-based company that calls itself Crowds on Demand.” Hannity then seemingly read from the Zero Hedge article, saying, “A Craigslist post last Monday, a full week before the Charlottesville protest, raising questions about whether paid protesters were sourced by a Los Angeles-based PR firm specializing in innovative events to serve as agitators and counterprotests.
The suspected driver, 20-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. And we need more from our president on this issue," Graham said in an appearance on "Fox News Sunday."On Monday, two days after the Charlottesville incident, Trump issued a more specific denunciation of white supremacist groups and announced that the Department of Justice had opened a civil rights investigation into the deadly attack.“Racism is evil,” Trump said.
of Maumee, Ohio, faces charges of second-degree murder, malicious wounding and failure to stop in an accident that resulted in death, according to local authorities. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, said Trump "missed an opportunity" to condemn the white supremacist groups and urged him to "dissuade them of the fact that he's sympathetic of their cause.""Because their cause is hate. “And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the K. K., neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.” Jamie Lovegrove is a political reporter covering the South Carolina statehouse and congressional delegation.