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From their communications it’s clear the rally’s organizers knew what they were doing had the potential to provoke violence.They debated how best to protect themselves when fights inevitably broke out.The server used to plan the Unite the Right rally, Charlottesville 2.0, had hundreds of users by the time it was shut down shortly after the event.But it remained active during the rally, with more than 1,600 messages posted to its most popular chat room on the day of the event.By Aaron Sankin and Scott Pham / Reveal Organizers of the Unite the Right rally had a clear plan, according to the group’s chat and conference calls: Avoid obvious neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan symbols. A review of the chat logs and audio recordings by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting shows that the event’s organizers worked to obscure the most racist elements of their movement from public view, yet did not want to repudiate it internally. The group’s best-laid plans failed spectacularly, unraveled by organizers’ inability to control the Charlottesville, Virginia, crowd that had been whipped up into a frenzy by the rhetoric of the white nationalist movement.Reveal could not independently verify the authenticity of the messages.A representative from Unicorn Riot said that he had seen white supremacist chat rooms in the Discord app while participants were still actively chatting.
Many of the Discord channels Reveal reviewed were shut down by the company in the days following the Charlottesville rally.
I’d bet it would show a lot of the NRA cucks who the TRUE defenders of their country really are and could likely lead many of them to join the cause,” the user wrote, using a slang term derived from “cuckold.” The iconic “Make America Great Again” baseball caps popularized by Trump’s presidential campaign served a similar purpose.
“Bring your MAGA hats if you’ve got ’em,” Kessler wrote in a June post.
“Going up to MSNBC and them interviewing you saying we should kill every non-white on the planet – I don’t necessarily have an issue with listening to that on a podcast or whatever, but if you are going to do something like that, even if it’s your true belief, that’s not the objective of this rally,” Unite the Right organizer Eli Mosley said during a conference call in the days leading up to the Aug. “The objective is to gain sympathy for a pro-white rally and against an erasure of history and this communist shit that we all are aware of,” he said.
Mosley, who took over leadership of the white nationalist group Identity Evropa earlier this week, cautioned against extreme violence: “If this rally turns into a crazy street brawl that we started, that’s not as good as if we had gone there, said what we had to say, and let the left look like idiots.” This planning occurred via the online platform Discord.