Unite The Right organizer worked for Democratic Polling Place

The Washington Post admitted in its write up of Unite The Right Founder Jason Kessler that he has been a life-long leftist.

The Washington Post:

A decade ago, he worked the phones at night for Secrest Strategic Services, the now-defunct Democratic polling outfit. He voted for Barack Obama in 2008. He spent time at the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Charlottesville in 2011, until he was kicked out for trying to register homeless people, according to Luis Oyola, a fellow Occupy activist. He lived for a time in government-subsidized housing in Charlottesville with a roommate who was African and Muslim, according to a public Facebook post written by a former college friend, Jenny Rebecca.

Of course, this doesn’t stop the media from painting him as a right-wing Conservative.



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