The Guardian covers Saturday’s KKK rally in Charlottesville. Here’s a snippet:
But as he waited at the front of the packed crowd for the KKK members to arrive on Saturday, Kyle Printz, a 74-year-old with a Confederate flag on his baseball cap, called himself “kind of neutral” and said he did not support either the Klan or the counter-protesters, who he compared to “a bunch of clowns”.
While not part of the group, he said he would be open to the Klan’s perspective they if spoke mainly in support of the Confederacy and expressed views “partial to the south”.
Read the chilling rest.
As Faulkner said, “The past is always with us. In fact, it’s not even past.”