James Fields did Nothing Wrong

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First, James Fields did not kill Heather Heyer. The fact is that Heyer, a grossly overweight slob, was out running around the streets on a hot summer day and her heart simply couldn't take the added stress and excitement. That is not James Fields' problem, that Heather Heyer collapsed and died of a heart attack. Heyer was not struck by Fields' car. The woman who was struck, and photographed on the hood of Fields' car, is not Heather Heyer.

But that is not all. Now it is apparent that Fields certainly had reason to believe that his life was in danger. A sodomite college professor and Antifa extremist named Dwayne Dixon, member of an Antifa group named Redneck Revolt, has openly bragged on Facebook that he chased down Fields with a rifle. He posted:

I take a perverse pleasure in having carried this Spike’s lower in defense of Justice Park on August 12th. I used this rifle to chase off James Fields from our block of 4th St before he attacked the marchers to the south.

Pictured at right is a photo of Dixon in Charlottesville with the rifle he boasted of using to threaten Fields. Below is a screenshot of Dixon's Facebook page where he made the boast.

Just moments before Fields' car screeched into the crowd at a Charlottesville intersection, it was struck in the back by some apparent Antifa agitator wielding a heavy stick. If Fields had, just a few minutes sooner and a block away, been threatened with a rifle, it is apparent that he must have thought he was in danger.

Therefore the Leftists at Charlottesville were at least as responsible for the incident than Fields could possibly have been. The Left killed Heather Heyer.