Antifa Protesters in Boston Chant “GEORGE SOROS, WHERES OUR MONEY!”

A breaking story going around online claims — without any proof — that James Alex Fields Jr., the driver in the deadly car attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, was a Hillary Clinton endorser and tied to a group fueled by liberal mega giant George Soros.

Fields was found guilty of several felonies, incorporating second-degree murder, three counts of aggravated malicious injuring and five counts of malicious harming, following claiming to have clashed his car into a group gathered to protest against white nationalists at a rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 12. An individual was murdered in the collision and no less than 19 others were harmed.

That same day, the New York Daily News captured Fields placed with a group of alike dressed men and holding a shield with a logo of Vanguard America, a white supremacist group that was among those in the “Unite the Right” rally. Vanguard America — which has refused that Fields is a participant — “opposes multiculturalism and believes America is an exclusively white nation,” as disclosed by the Anti-Defamation League.

But, a story brought you by (now from several websites’ allegations that the media are not disclosing the fact that Fields is in fact a liberal in disguise.

“The man accused of being a neo-Nazi and murdering a woman by deliberately driving into her during protests in Charlottesville is in reality a supporter of Hillary Clinton and member of Antifa in receipt of funding by George Soros, according to reports,” the story begins. “But the mainstream media is actively suppressing information that proves Fields is actually a left-wing operative at the heart of a false flag designed to spark civil war, introduce martial law, and take away the rights of conservative groups to assemble peacefully.”

However the story only gives two unsupported tweets as proof that Fields is a left-oriented Clinton endorser. More so, the story offers no basis whatsoever for all for the allegations that Soros “funds Antifa,” an antifascist group.

Single one of the tweets, from @rharrisonfries, stated that Fields was a “Hillary supporter” and a participant of “Antifa.” However, when different Twitter users demanded a source for the claims, @rharrisonfries merely responded with “public records” and “interviews” with “his friends.”

What are your thoughts on this? Do you think that there is some validity to these claims? Is this a liberal in disguise?

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