Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says Democrats, not white supremacists, are to blame for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., last month.&ldquo;It&rsquo;s all baloney,&rdquo; Rohrabacher told the San Francisco Chronicle in an article about his 2018 reelection chances.Rohrabacher, a Republican from Costa Mesa, told the Chronicle he believes&nbsp;a supporter of former presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders&nbsp;prompted the violence by arranging&nbsp;for&nbsp;Civil War reenactors to protect a Robert E. Lee statue at the center of the&nbsp;dispute between white supremacist protesters and counter-protesters.&ldquo;It was a setup for these dumb Civil War reenactors,&rdquo; Rohrabacher said. &ldquo;It was left-wingers who were manipulating them in order to have this confrontation&rdquo; and to &ldquo;put our president on the spot.&rdquo;The conspiracy theory&nbsp;that a Democrat&nbsp;organized the white supremacist rally that led to the death of one person was stoked by right-wing provocateur Alex Jones of InfoWars&nbsp;and&nbsp;has been debunked by nonpartisan fact-checking site Politifact.Rohrabacher is among the Republicans in a battleground district in 2018. Andrew Godinich, a spokesman for&nbsp;the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, criticized Rohrabacher's comment."These views are repugnant. They are un-American. It is 2017, not 1861 &ndash; and any member of Congress that hesitates to condemn white supremacists has no business serving in the House of Representatives," he said in a statement.