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Woman’s Harsh Letter To White Supremacists Takes The Internet By Storm

By Mark Pygas

Since the events of Charlottesville, the country seems more divided than ever. But one 67-year-old women decided to take white supremacists down a peg or two, in a scathing letter of the week spotted by Twitter user Alicia Mayer.   

Over the weekend, a group of white supremacists organized a rally to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia. Many of them traveled from out of state, bearing tiki torches for some reason, and some ended up marching while waving the Confederate flag, KKK, and Nazi symbols.  

On Saturday, a man named James Andrew Fields Jr. allegedly drove his car into a crowd of peaceful counter-protestors, killing a woman named Heather Heyer, and injuring 19 others. According to CNN, the suspect is currently being held in custody in Virginia in connection with the crash.