Jim Condit Jr. interviews Rick Borden, Dan Borden’s father, a decorated veteran & retired combat pilot on Sunday, 10-14-2018 on WKRC-AM radio (same station that carries Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity during the week.) Dan is still in jail a year after the Charlottesville (Virginia) march for defending marchers from Antifa attacks. Attackers got ZERO jail time. It might be a good idea to look at the video near the end of this article (the video under Shocking Video in red) before listening to the radio show immediately below.
(Note: The quality of the recorded interview below improves and becomes clear at 1:38)
Dan Borden has been in jail for over a year and is still facing 6-10 years in prison while Deandre Harris did no jail time and ended up raising $165,000 during his Go Fund Me campaign when in fact he and his violent friends started the fight in the first place by assaulting peaceful protesters at the Unite the Right Rally. (Go Fund Me blocked a fundraising page for Dan Borden.)
The reason the Antifa mob was able to attack the peaceful marchers was ONLY because the Charlottesville Police were ordered to stand down by the far-left Democratic Mayor and Governor. The police effectively ceased keeping the protesters separate from the demonstrators – and reportedly were funneling the opposing groups together, forcing the Unite the Right folks to come into direct conflict with the armed Antifa gauntlet.
In the middle of a confrontation where numerous members of both sides were in the same place, Dan hit the back pack of Deandre Harris with a board – in reaction to Antifa attacks on marchers, such as 69 year old attorney, Harold Crews. The couple of blows to Harris’s full back pack hurt no one. Dan is not the one who inflicted the injuries to Deandre. It must be remembered that young men on both sides were on high alert with a lot of adrenaline flowing. Dan and the others present could clearly see that the situation had escalated into a major attack on his fellow marchers, as indicated by the already referenced attack on Harold Crews and the other young man in the white helmet who was chased down, beaten and is seen lying as if lifeless on the ground in the below video.
The image below shows violent Black Lives Matters/Antifa counter-protesters, specifically Deandre Harris’ friend Corey Long, who was seen earlier in the day with a homemade flame thrower, attempting to steal attorney and marcher Harold Crews’ flag while pulling him into the armed mob.
Deandre Harris comes from the back and strikes Harold Crews with his tactical flashlight before Dan Borden and other Unite The Right protesters come to his aid and to try and stop the attacks on the man in the white helmut lying still on the ground. See the videos further down showing what really started the fight in the first place.
Shocking video footage below – not shown on the main stream media, clearly shows that the Unite the Right rally folks were coming to the aid of their fellow marchers who were being assaulted and in grave danger.
Deandre Harris, the Flashlight, and GoFundMe Refunds?
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While the evil Ruling Elite want to get all different racial groups at each other’s throats — we should resist falling for this ploy. But the above comment is a very logical attitude when the rule of law is trashed by authorities, such as the Mayor of Charlottesville and the Governor of Virginia, resulting in black people doing the bidding of these crypto-Communists are given carte blanche to attack peaceful marchers, while the white marchers are absurdly convicted to long jail sentences for defending themselves from potentially fatal violent attacks. The worst aspect of all this is that the violent attackers were enabled by the Charlottesville Police, who stood down on orders from the local authorities in Charlottesville and the Governor of Virginia.
Alex Ramos, 34, and Jacob Goodwin, 23, were found guilty of malicious wounding in their attack on Deandre Harris.
Jacob Scott Goodwin, a 24-year-old from Ward, Arkansas, received an eight-year prison sentence, with two more years suspended.