Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Trump and the Charlottesville Fallout: Nothing Trump Says Will Be Enough To Satisfy The Left - LIMBAUGH: The Leftist Communists In Our Midst Are DOUBLING DOWN

Donald Trump gave statements on Monday, August 14th 2017 that officially denounce the KKK, White Supremacists, and Neo-Nazis … as well as all other hate groups due to events that played out at a rally featuring many white-identitarian groups on Saturday August 12th 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Public pressure (and most likely, pressure within his inner circle) to single those specific groups out by name had been mounting in the two days since the incidents happened.

There was a rally in favor of keeping the Robert E. Lee statue in it’s current location, against it’s removal. College students were there but at a certain point, people from all over the country descended upon the University of Virginia, where the statue is currently located. Protesters and counter protesters including white nationalists, white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazis, Black Lives Matter, communists, ANTIFA, and many other groups showed up. Chaos ensued and one woman was killed when a man sped his car through a group of people. Two officers in a helicopter on the way to the scene clipped some trees and died in the ensuing crash.

Trump first gave his thoughts about the situation in Charlottesville right after it happened on Saturday. He was diplomatic and fair by saying all sides were involved with the violence, which is correct. However, the media and much of the left, even some on the right, wanted him to call out only the white groups by name. Which is truly unfair because it was not just the white groups who were involved. Even though he did eventually name the white groups by name, he still said “other groups” meaning … the white groups were not the sole culprits. 

Much of the media and the left who demanded him to do what he did today will still not be satisfied, and they would not have been satisfied if he did it on Saturday. They will say that Trump is a white supremacist himself. Steve Bannon has already been singled out for firing by Nancy Pelosi and her logic is “if Trump denounces white supremacists, then why not fire Bannon who is a white supremacist?” Demands from the left are never-ending but should be routinely ignored. Honest diplomacy and fairness should be Trump’s social policy.

Peter Parker22 hours ago (edited)
People from both sides are pissed at Trump. While Trump did denounce the KKK and other cancerous alt-right groups, the Left is still crying about how Trump didn't do it on Saturday. Then you have people on the right angry at Trump for not denouncing BLM, Antifa, and other cancerous radical left wing groups. This is what happens when you have an incompetent president for 8 years who did absolutely nothing to ease racial tensions(yes I'm talking about Obama)


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