Friday, August 18, 2017

White Supremacist Puerto Rican Michael Alex Ramos Says He Is Not Racist

Ramos was video recorded by a news crew along with neo-Nazis, White nationalists and KKK members beating up an Afro-American in Charlottesville last weekend.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

August 18, 2017

Charlottesville, Virginia - Michael Alex Ramos of Georgia who happens to be of Puerto Rican descent was identified as one of the attackers who assaulted an Afro-American man in Charlottesville during a protest of anti-White supremacists at the 'Unite The Right' rally near Emancipation Park. Ramos who has participated in alt-right activities along with members of the neo-Nazis, White supremacist group and the KKK attacked and beat Deandre Harris at a parking structure. The Harris assault by White supremacists and Ramos was captured by a news crew. Ramos was wearing a wearing a Trump red cap that says "Make America Great Again" and a white sleeveless t-shirt and jeans.
Ramos in a video posted in YouTube says he is not a racist simply because he is Puerto Rican, but his group affilitions and marching with small Puerto Rican flag in support of White Power in Charlottesville along side neo-Nazis, White Nationalists and the KKK indicates otherwise. 
Ramos is associated with the Atlanta Proud Boys/FOAK and the III% Georgia Security Force, which are White supremacist groups.
Ramos is the first Latino to be identified as a White supremacist sympathizer who bragged on Facebook (FB) about assaulting and stomping on Harris and that he was glad to do it. Ramos will most likely be facing felony charges in Harris assault.
Ramos deactivated his FB account once he learned that a warrant could be issued for his arrest in connection with Harris assault. Ramos in his FB account actually confessed to assaulting Harris.
The U.S. Department of Justice is now involved in the investigation regarding multiple assaults and the murder of Heather Heyer by White supremacists in Charlottesville, according to Trump who on his second address to the nation fonally condemn identified the White nationalists, neo-Nazis and the KKK involved in attacks on protesters.
James Alex Fields Jr., a neo-Nazi has been charged in connection with the vehicular homicide of Heyer.

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