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NOLA MONUMENT CHRONICLES: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AT ROBERT E. LEE CIRCLE MAY 7TH?

CALEB HITT

THEDAILYRESISTANCE.COM

I interviewed Goyim, who informed me of what he and fellow Battle Of New Orleans Radio co-host, Nathan Laurenson, experienced as they infiltrated Take Em Down Nola/Antifa march beginning at Congo Square and heading to Robert E. Lee Circle where the prominent Robert E. Lee Monument stands. He spoke of multiple factions among the monument supporters.  These included Sons And Daughters of Confederate Soldiers, white nationalists such as David Duke and the KKK, and former military patriots, among other Americans.  Unity seemed to be somewhat lacking. The Daily Resistance published live coverage of this event, which occurred yesterday May 7.

Also, a new lawsuit has been filed relating to the  P.G.T. Beauregard Monument at the intersection of Carrollton & Esplanade Avenue.  Apparently it is located on Louisiana State property, not city of New Orleans.  So, the city of New Orleans may not have jurisdiction over the P.G.T. Beauregard monument after all.

P.G.T. Beauregard monument is not on city property

P.G.T. Beauregard monument is not on city property

Goyim also reports that Ryan Berni, Deputy Mayor of External Affairs, actually was riding inside one of the military style trucks, Antifa used during the attack against monument supporters defending the Jefferson Davis Monument, giving much credence that the city of New Orleans and the NOPD was actively working with Antifa against the pro-monument supporters as we covered last week on Battle Of New Orleans Radio.

 

Nola.com reporting Mitch Landrieu naming Ryan Berni as deputy mayor of external affairs.

Nola.com reporting Mitch Landrieu naming Ryan Berni as deputy mayor of external affairs.

 

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs, rides with Antifa inside a military style truck on May 1st during the attack against pro-monument supporters, who were defending the Jefferson Davis Monument.

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs, rides with Antifa inside a military style truck on May 1st during the attack against pro-monument supporters, who were defending the Jefferson Davis Monument.

 

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs

 

Here is Nathan Laurenson driving a vehicle and advising people not to go to the Jefferson Davis Monument, as people were being directed.  But rather, to focus at Robert E. Lee Circle.

 

 

Check out these videos he also made.

 

 

 

In this video, Nathan announces the approach of BLM/Take Em Down Nola as they are about 1 or 2 blocks away.  Approximately 1,000 to 2,000 strong.

 

 

Watch this Facebook video Nathan made at Robert E. Lee Circle in which pro-monument supporters come face to face with the Take Em Down Nola crowd.

 

 

In the video below, Battle Nola chronicles the battle to save the Jefferson Davis monument with callers reporting from location. Dr. Richard Marksbury discussed HB71 legislation that could potentially save the confederate monuments if made into law before monuments are removed, but Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants them removed sooner rather than later. Can monument supporters hold the fort long enough against an onslaught of antifa thug gangs? Full show May 3, 2017.

In the below video, Dr. Richard Marksbury discusses elements of the Jefferson Davis/Confederate Monuments situation, including HB71, which would protect monuments in the state of Louisiana dedicated to veterans. Potential lawsuits are laid on the table as well with regard to how the city of New Orleans and Mayor Mitch Landrieu are handling the removal of the Confederate monuments. Also on tap is philanthropist Frank Stewart’s letter response to Landrieu’s bemoaning him for opposing the monument removals.

Ken reports the NOPD has declared the Jefferson Davis Monument area a gun free zone due to a school at a church across the street.  Ken reports that no such school is registered on the church premise.  Ken says he will carry firearm anyway for self defense.

In this video, VJ points out Mayor Mitch Landrieu is serving his last term, but the contractors involved with removing the monuments will continue doing business in the community. People will remember those participating in monument removals. David Duke tweeted, the company delivering fencing to the Jefferson Davis monument were not told where they were headed.

A salute to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu for the amazing job he’s done of managing city affairs & being a sparkling example of leading representative government for we the people and handling the confederate monuments removals with beauty & perfection. Thank you Mayor Mitch Landrieu from the gang at Battle Of New Orleans Radio! Keep up the great work! We got your back……NOT!

Here,  Arlene Barnum holds a Confederate Flag in front of the Jefferson Davis Monument, while talking to Battle Of New Orleans Radio.

In the below video, during an interview with Dr. Jim Fetzer, Battle Of New Orleans radio hosts Nathan Lawrenson and Goyim on The Real Deal to report on the Jefferson Davis Monument controversy in New Orleans, Louisiana as of May 3rd 2017.  Upon further review after this interview, Nathan informed me, the New York Times article cited, which Nathan said was co-written by David Brock was actually co-written by David Brooks.

Be sure to tune in to Battle Of New Orleans Radio this Wednesday at 7-9pm CST on WGSO 990AM or via tunein.com or tune in app.  In search box, type “wgso”.

Meet Taking Back America May 7th

Meet Taking Back America May 7th

 

Take Em Down Nola May 7th

Take Em Down Nola May 7th

 

About Caleb Hitt

Caleb Hitt is a citizen journalist, co-host on Battle Of New Orleans Radio Show, and 9/11 blogger (floodcaleb.wordpress.com). Follow him on twitter. https://twitter.com/CALEBHITT