Jesus, what a crybaby!

Courtesy of Law and Crime:

Jason Kessler, who organized the bloody “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, won $5 in court Friday because an activist cursed him out, according to The Richmond Times-Dispatch. He actually wanted $500 dollars, but Judge Robert H. Downer Jr. determined that the plaintiff, who posted video of the incident online, wasn’t actually damaged in the exchange.

The lawsuit stems from a March 16 confrontation outside the Charlottesville District Court. There, DeAndre Harris, a black man brutally beaten amid the rally last August 12, stood trial for allegedly attacking a white nationalist (he was acquitted). Kessler said he showed up to the proceedings to report for an online publication, and cover protesters’ behavior. He got an earful from Donna Gasapo. She cursed him out, he said. “Crybaby Kessler,” “Asshole,” and repeated iterations of “Fuck you.” He showed video of her calling him “murderer.” Kessler said Gasapo was blaming him for the death of Heather Heyer last August 12 amid the rally. (James Alex Fields Jr., who prosecutors say is a white supremacist, is being charged in Charlottesville and federal courts for allegedly running his car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters, killing Heyer.)

Kessler said he sued to “bring civility back to our community.” The legal basis for his complaint: Virginia’s anti-dueling law. He argued that his character was damaged when he was called a murderer, and the other insults could’ve provoked him.

“There was a chance that I could respond violently and I don’t want that to happen,” he told the court, according to the outlet.

If you don’t want that to happen, learn to control your temper candy-ass. 

You know if it is only a five dollar fine to tell this POS off, sign me up.

I have a number of colorful epithets I would like to throw his direction, and “murderer” is perhaps the mildest of them. 

And if he wants to respond violently to somebody who is not a woman, then that works for me as well.