The “National Solutions Conference” with members from the American Freedom Party and Council of Conservative Citizens is slated for June 28-30 at Montgomery Bell State Park. (The Conference this weekend is Amren with Jared Taylor.)
It will be the 8th year this conference is held in the midstate, and it doesn’t come without controversy.
In fact, activists and coalition clergy will be protesting at the park in Dickson County starting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. They’re criticizing the state’s handling of the annual conference, saying “the state has gone to great lengths to deny free speech and freedom to access public facilities to those who oppose the white supremacists’ message.”
Actually, it has been leftist protesters who have traditionally disrupted the conference or any conference in Burns, TN. It is they who deny free speech and freedom to access public facilities. They have been supplied with outdoor facilities behind barriers.
“Restrooms and the lunch counter are public accommodations. By denying the public access to those facilities, the State of Tennessee is hearkening back to the 1950s sit-ins, when the state protected white business owners wanting to keep people of color from certain establishments,” Nashville attorney Will York said.
Among the speakers are Dr. Michael Hill, president of League of the South, which participated in a rally in Shelbyville two years ago. Former KKK Grand Wizard and politician Dr. David Duke, Earl Holt, Bill Johnson, Richard Spencer, James Edwards, Rachel Pendergraft, Simon Richie, Kevin MacDonald and Dr. Tom Sunic will also attend.(Again, this is the wrong event!? This is not scheduled for this weekend.)
The article further states
Organizations that are part of the Communist Alliance include: Tennessee Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, One People’s Project, Harriet Tubman House, Women’s March Tennessee: Power Together, No Exceptions Prison Collective, Nashville Peace and Justice Center, Mercy Junction Justice and Peace Center, Anti Racist Action Network, and TN Anti-Racist Network. (Has anybody ever heard of any of these clowns?)