DAILYKENN.com -- His name is Deandre Harris. He's the black guy who was video recorded being viciously beaten by a mob of "white supremacists" after the United the Right rally in Virginia in August.
There's a warrant out of his arrest. He is wanted on charges of unlawful wounding.
What's that? How can the VIDEO be wrong? Simple: It's called "lying by omission."
Omitted from the videos that most people viewed on the Internet, Harris apparently attacked the white guys first. They were fending him off. The videos you saw were apparently edited; deleting the portions of truth the bad guys don't want you to know.
That, by the way, is how liberals portray history. The omit segments of history while including other segments. I call it "photoshopped" history.
Case in point: Jim Crow. Segregation existed to protect white people from the violent segment of black society. That "segment" — like Harris allegedly attacking whites — is left out of history's videos.
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Arrest Warrant Issued For Deandre Harris, Black Man Filmed Beaten In Charlottesville Riot
Deandre Harris, the black man seen being beaten on video by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va. during the “Unite the Right” rally in August, is now facing a felony charge.
A magistrate issued the warrant Monday. Harris is accused of attacking another man first, and is wanted on charges of unlawful wounding.
A police detective “verified” the alleged victim’s claims, according to a statement from Charlottesville Police.
Exclusive footage recorded by The Daily Caller News Foundation during the August rally captured the moment at least five individuals brutally attacked Harris with an array of blunt objects.
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