‘Random’ Charlottesville witness interviewed by liberal media has connections to George Soros (VIDEO)


In the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville over the weekend, one man interviewed by news reporters was treated as a random witness. The man was so close to the tragic car accident that killed one woman and injured dozens of others, he was able to get a video of it and speak about his experience on all of the mainstream media outlets and in an op-ed published by Politico magazine on Monday.

However, it turns out that Brennan Gilmore, identified by media outlets as a native of Lexington, Virginia, who formerly served as chief of staff to Tom Perriello, candidate for Virginia governor, was anything but a random observer.

Before becoming a famous “random” witness over the weekend, he served for 15 years in the U.S. Foreign Service at postings in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Sudan, Tunisia and Sierra Leone. Brennan lives in Charlottesville, where he works in rural workforce development to bring IT jobs to underserved communities in rural Virginia.

It’s also been reported by several sources that Brennan has links to George Soros through Perriello, an insurgent candidate in Virginia’s closely watched race for governor, who “outraised his opponents last quarter with big help from hedge-fund billionaire George Soros and the global activist group Avaaz,” according to an AP report published in April.

“Campaign finance reports filed Monday show Perriello raised $2.2 million since he got in the race in January, with about half coming from four donors who gave six-figure donations. His biggest donor is Sonjia Smith, a philanthropist from Perriello’s hometown of Charlottesville who gave $500,000. Soros and his son, Alexander, gave a combined $375,000 while Avaaz gave $230,000. Perriello helped found the nonprofit, which is active in various progressive causes around the world and is not required to disclose its donors,” the AP disclosed.

Brennan served as Perriello’s chief of staff.

One blogger, Scott Creighton of American Everyman, is just one of many skeptics who are pointing out some strange facts about Brennan, who has been pushing the now-accepted narrative that white nationalists who were protesting Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee are to blame for the violence that took place after being attacked by Black Lives Matter and Antifa counter-protesters who showed up with the sole purpose of creating chaos and shutting down the rally.

“I will do some research on the suspect and publish it a little later but right now I wanted to share with you some things I found out about Brennan Gilmore, the former State Department employee who just HAPPENED to be at the exact right place at the exact right time already filming with his camera to capture the entire event from beginning to end,” wrote Creighton.

“And he just HAPPENED to have the pre-approved establishment message canned and ready to go for a CNN interview on the scene. Funny, his video hadn’t gone viral yet and CNN was already interviewing him? What a coincidence there, huh? Notice he says the counter-protesters were ‘peaceful.’ I guess that means Soros’ ANTIFA provocateurs had been told to avoid that particular march. Also, notice he equates ‘alt-right’ with ‘terrorists’ and ‘racists’ with ease.”

In a YouTube video, American Everyman also looks into several other strange coincidences, including the fact that the vehicle’s license place, GVF1111, which can be clearly seen in some videos, is nearly identical to that of the suspect’s mother’s car, which can be seen in a video-taped interview as being GVF1122. However, mainstream media outlets have chopped up the Associated Press video, which was filmed on Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio, so that the mother’s car is not in the camera frame.

The mother is identified as Samantha Bloom. Her son, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, is being accused of driving the Dodge Challenger in question. “I just knew he was going to a rally,” she told AP reporters, “I mean, I try to stay out of his political views. You know, we don’t … you know, I don’t really get too involved, I moved him out to his own apartment, so we — I’m watching his cat.”

“It looks like the State Department was involved in Charlottesville rioting and is trying to cover it up,” according to The Gateway Pundit, which focused on the fact that after he appeared all over social media and mainstream outlets stating that the “Nazi” protesters were committing violence against the “anti-racist, peaceful” counter-protesters, the State Department later removed any reference of Brennan, scrubbing previous articles that identified his credentials as a former government spy. “The media knows exactly who he is yet played it off like a casual observer,” the Gateway Pundit observed, citing several old posts about Brennan which have since been removed inexplicably.

Brennan himself wrote in Politico, “The turmoil began in the morning, when I joined a group protesting the white supremacists who were ostensibly demonstrating against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. But after hours of protests had produced multiple rounds of fights between the two sides, pepper spray attacks by the Nazis and eventually a declaration of a state of emergency by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, the crowds dispersed and I walked with two friends down a narrow side street, thinking the worst was over. A group of anti-racist protesters, in a celebratory mood following what we hoped would be the expulsion of violent hate groups from our town, made their way up the street in the opposite direction, arms touching arms, carrying banners and chanting slogans. As I filmed them walk marching up the street, I suddenly heard the squeal of tires and an engine revving. Whipping around, I saw a car barreling towards the crowd, their faces stricken in terror. That’s when I had the heart-stopping realization that the day was about to get much worse.”

Brennan began his diatribe by explaining how he has “spent most of the last 15 years representing the United States as a Foreign Service officer, primarily in conflict zones of Africa,” noting, “I have been in dangerous situations before, and I have felt the eeriness of a usually peaceful city succumbing to racial violence.”

Brennan issued a dire warning as he reiterated that the counter-protesters were “peaceful anti-racists” even as reports of these “peaceful” people spraying the nationalists with pepper spray and other chemicals are abundant. Also, in the video of the car crash, those loving, anti-racists are seen using bats to viciously attack the vehicle. If they were so peaceful, why were so many of them carrying bats?

“This violence will continue unless we commit universally to condemning and standing against it,” writes Brennan, adding, “I am confident that most of my neighbors in Virginia and the majority of my fellow Americans know that the side marching through my town carrying lit torches and assault weapons, mowing down peaceful anti-racist protestors, and espousing an ideology of hatred and bigotry, is wrong. But it takes more than just knowing. If Americans want the violence to end, we need to actively oppose those who seek to divide us along racial lines and demand that our leaders do the same.”

“This is how the Deep State is working with the liberal media to shape the narrative and fool the American people,” according to the Gateway Pundit.

The evidence of this fact is slowly emerging, but Americans need to seek out the truth because they won’t find it on their local news channel.

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