Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui And More Celebs React To The Violent White Supremacist Rally In Charlottesville

Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui and more tweet shock about Virginia-1The world was rocked with the news that in 2017, there would be a time when neo-Nazis and white supremacies would march along the streets with flaming torches. However, that is exactly what happened late Friday night and early Saturday morning in Charlottesville, Virginia when a group of angry protesters began chanting “You will not replace us” on the campus of University of Virginia.

The rally soon became violent when the angry mob began fighting anti-hate protesters, and, at one point, a man drove his car into a crowd of innocent people and killed a woman. During all of these violent acts of hate, there was one question on everyone’s mind.
Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui and more tweet shock about Virginia-9Not only was there no police force present, even after the governor declared a state of emergency, but President Donald Trump failed to condemn the actions of the white supremacists and right wing extremists.

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Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui and more tweet shock about Virginia-10Although the president didn’t call out the hateful actions that happened on Saturday, stars like Lady Gaga, Camila Cabello, Yara Shahidi and more sure did.

Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui and more tweet shock about Virginia-3Zendaya, Lauren Jauregui and more tweet shock about Virginia-4Read more reactions from celebs below.

(Photo credits: Zendaya and Lauren Jauregui Instagram accounts)

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  • anonymousunblocked

    the reason there wasn’t riot police was because the democrat governor said there shouldn’t be. so that’s an ‘own goal’

    trump didn’t call it terrorism, but he didn’t call the dallas shooting (5 police dead) or the republican baseball game shooting terrorism either. neither did obama for all

    obama didn’t expel any hatred, so was he not a ‘true leader’? where is this magical true leader?

    did ashley not hear about the gop commission person who was shot by his anti-trump neighbor only a few days ago, or the blm violent rhetoric?

    the facts are that in an adult population of ~250m there will be at least .01% of people (250 thousand) who are really extreme about anything. there will be psychopaths and sociopaths, and some will group to form gangs etc

    another irony is how many of these people know the connection between democrats, the kkk, and racism? and that republicans were anti slavery before the democrats?

    if you want to improve something at a national level you have to do a huge amount of work to understand it first. picking sides before you look at the problem is going to make you look foolish when you find out your side has been just as bad as the other. good news: you don’t have to pick sides

    • yup

      Wish I could add a clapping GIF here. I would dare to say that the amount of psychopaths and sociopaths are much higher (from a mental health point of you, I just want to make it clear that antisocial personality disorder come in many types of people, from criminals to politicians to managers and community leaders).

      Picking sides should be left on the playground.

  • thecat61

    Of course he’s not gonna condemn them, they’re his biggest supporters.