October 8, 2017

Having been battered by some bad press lately, a few dozen khaki and white polo-wearing Nazi virgins fired up their citronella torches in Charlottesville for an impromptu rally on Saturday night. After all, it's the last place they got praise...and from the president no less.

Yes, it was just as pathetic as it sounded. Started at 7:40pm in Emancipation Park, ended a few minutes later. And just like sleeping with a Nazi would be, I imagine, everyone was left incredibly disappointed. All talk, no satisfaction.

They were chanting "We will keep coming back."

The rally was led by Richard Spencer, who said that it was a "planned flash mob" and that the unannounced "rally" was planned for a while. Yeah, right. Looks like they just stopped a bar, offered a handful of free white polos and pressed khakis to a group of racists and offered, "Hey guys, want to take a walk with us and carry some mosquito tiki torches while chanting some totally random things? Girls will be there!"

Seriously, some of these guys looked like they were in high school.

Charlottesville officials were not pleased with Spencer's antics. Mayor Mike Signer posted a tweet:

This is the first time Nazis have organized in Charlottesville following the horrific rally that led to numerous assaults and the death of Heather Heyer and two VA State Troopers.

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