First Name : Seth

Last Name : Wispelwey

Approx. Age : 35

State : VA


Seth Wispelwey is an antifa activist in Charlottesville Virginia who invited Cornel West, a founder and leading figure of Refuse Fascism, to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, on Virginia in August 12, 2017. While at the event, he attempted to block the entrance to the park to stop the lawfully permitted rally attendees from entering. He went on to sue the speakers and organizers of the event, claiming he had been injured while blocking the entrance. SOURCE: Wispelwey is another United Church of Christ (Obama's church) minister involved in radical politics. He's currently (Nov. '21) serving as the interim pastor at the Rincon United Church of Christ in Tucson. His wife is also an ordained UCC minister. His bio says he lived in C'Ville for six years but appears to have moved to Arizona recently. His career includes years of public policy advocacy and mobilizing communities of faith and conscience with leading NGOs and human rights organizations. He's the founder of the advocacy group Congregate C'Ville. Wispelwey holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and a Master’s in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College.

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