1010 WINS — An employee of “Top Dog” in Berkley, California has been fired after being photographed at the Charlottesville, Virginia protest and being outed on twitter as an alleged alt-right protester.
Top Dog posted a sign in front of their business that read, “Cole White no longer works at Top Dog. The actions of those in Charlotesville are not supported by Top Dog. We believe in individual freedom, and voluntary association for everyone.”READ MORE: Rangers Stay Red Hot, Get 4 Points From Panarin In Rout Of Blackhawks
The former Top Dog employee was shamed on Twitter after one page, “Yes, you’re a racist” called him and other protesters out by posting photos of them waving torches.READ MORE: NYC Hospitality Alliance: Mayor De Blasio 'Grinch' For Vaccine Mandate That May Keep Tourists With Young Children Away
This news comes as President Trump called the KKK, Neo Nazi’s and white supremacists, “repugnant.”
The protest left one dead and at least 19 injured when a car struck protesters and then allegedly drove in reverse in an effort to hurt more people.MORE NEWS: Hate Crimes Spike Citywide, New NYPD Data Reveals
Vigils are being held across the country for the victims affected by the violence in Virginia.