The mainstream media tried their best to get the public to believe Virginia’s Second Amendment pro-gun Lobby Day was a “white nationalist” rally.

Curtis Houck of Newbusters shared a montage of CNN and MSNBC reporters who all appear to be reading the same script, using the same words and phrases: white nationalists, militia groups, far-right extremists, violence, and Charlottesville.


The day before the rally, NBC News reporter Ben Collins referred to the event as “white supremacist rally,” but deleted the tweet after backlash. A few hours later, Collins forecasted violence planned by “white nationalists.”

Craig Melvin of MSNBC told viewers, “thousands of guns rights activists, white nationalists, militia groups all swarming the state capitol in Richmond,” during a livestream of the Lobby Day rally.


An unidentified man at the rally was asked why he was there.

“The real reason I’m out here is, I do not support in any way, shape or form Governor Northam and the Democrats’ gun control. What I also don’t support is the fact that every news piece you’ve seen on this weekend, they’ve always brought up the issue of race as if it’s nothing but white rednecks and hillbillies out here who care for the Second Amendment,” explained the man, who wore a “guns save lives” button.

He continued, “When actually, black Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Americans, in general, care about the Second Amendment. I work at a gun store part-time, and I can’t tell you the number of customers I see all races all colors all creeds who care about the Second Amendment and who just want to peaceably live their lives, enjoy their rights, and the Second Amendment. That’s why I’m out here.”


Check out the photos of the people and the signs they made for Lobby Day.

“This one is for NBC News.”