BUCKHANNON, WV — Last Friday, we investigated a story in Buckhannon, West Virginia. Liberals organized a “Hate Has No Home Here” event, and spread the false claim that Black Lives Matter, Antifa, etc. were going to be gathering in the community and professed the Aryan Pagan Bikers were going to attend as protesters, opposing them.
Event organizer Edwina Howard-Jack told the audience at the “Hate Has No Home Here” ceremony that protesters were congregated outside of the event and it was not safe to march. Later, she grabbed the mic again and told the crowd that protesters were moved to a distant location by law enforcement, and the march was now safe. This entire claim by Howard-Jack was false.
In a statement released from Buckhannon’s Chief of Police Matt Gregory, there was not a specific threat made.
“Residents and visitors should also be assured that no specific threat of violence aimed at any of the events in town has been received by law enforcement, notwithstanding social media reports to the contrary,” Gregory stated.
Law enforcement also told Cowger Nation that other than the “Hate Has No Home Here” march, the town was entirely quiet and no protesters attended.
This appears to have been a desperate publicity stunt, just to stir up a conservative community and bring attention to their event. They were trying to portray Buckhannon as being a hateful, pro-Trump, conservative area. They tried to portray conservative residents as being determined to obstruct their pathetic march and not one republican desired to waste their time and protest their little gathering, spewing liberalism and absurdity.