The radical Alt-Left has succeeded in ruining another man’s career due to guilt by association, according to an anonymous post on 4chan’s /pol/.
The poster attended the infamous, failed Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. But unlike some of the violent protesters and counter protesters, this poster says he attended specifically because he wanted to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue.
“One of my coworkers recognized my face on a Youtube video that showed me protesting the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville and that person put me on full blast in a company-wide email last night.
I was drummed out of my office two hours ago. I was escorted by security “for my protection” as a crowd of former colleagues yelled obscenities at me while they followed me out of the building. Someone threw an unopened water bottle at me and hit me in the back of my head, but I don’t know who it was. I was told that my personal effects would be mailed to me by the security guards who had escorted me after we arrived at my vandalized car.
I am a recently converted moderate Republican who voted for Obama in 2008, only to gradually feel disenfranchised with my party after GamerGate. Witnessing how GamerGate was intentionally misrepresented by the press for the sole purpose of engineering society and to steer the public towards a feminist conclusion forced me to ingest a Red Pill that couldn’t be unswallowed. Basically, I believe the Democratic party has moved too far to the left with political correctness and privilege shaming, so I voted for Trump in the last election.
I’m not a Nazi. I”m not a White Nationalist. I simple do not believe that historical monuments should be removed because of political correctness. This was the only reason I participated in the protest to remove the Robert E. Lee statue on Saturday and I did not participate in the Friday night event.”
Simply from seeing his face on a YouTube video, the man has been physically attacked and has his property damaged.
The poster also confirmed he has contacted a lawyer, and is “waiting for a call back.”
This is the kind of behavior President Trump decried in his press conference when asking the media if the Alt-Left had “any semblance of guilt” for the events that happened in Charlottesville.
While the event attracted many unsavory individuals, it was originally organized to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee, a man who was a decorated general for the United States of America long before he led the armies of the Confederate States of America.
This new report comes after the Alt-Left doxxed numerous attendees of the Unite The Right rally, even those who did nothing violent while in attendance.