Tafdolphin wrote: KK wrote: Tafdolphin wrote: Alvin Flummux wrote:
People are doxxing the driver of the car, using the license plate.
People got doxxed because they a) expressed an opinion about a video game b) were women. I'm not saying doxxing is good, but I've seen worse excuses to employ it.
Unless the owner of the license plate wasn't the one driving the car...
Luckily, he was.
https://www.buzzfeed.com/claudiakoerner ... .pjZJjryAB
A photo from 2015 showed Fields proudly posing with a gray Dodge — his first car, according to a comment on Facebook.
I hope it was this guy but there is an inconsistency compared to reports of the tragedy:
The photographer Pat Jarrett, who was close by when the incident took place, told the Guardian: “A gray Dodge Charger plowed into a sedan and then into a minivan. Bodies flew. People were terrified and screaming. Those closest to it said it was definitely a violent attack. The driver, who people later described as a skinny white guy with a straggly beard, reversed out of there and drove off, the front end of his car all smashed up.”
There's no scraggly beard in his mugshot or the photo from earlier in the day. I'm sure his lawyer will be mentioning that.
Of course, very coincidental that he happened to be at the rally, eh?
Also, I assume that Trump has talked about violence on 'all sides' in order to shore up his base. But when that base involves Neo-Nazis, surely it must have made him think for a second that there's a problem there. Surely. I miss Obama.