Ben Shapiro names ‘EVIL’ growing in America – has nothing to do with conservatism and includes alt-right AND Antifa

In the wake of the disturbing events that took place Saturday in Charlottesville, Ben Shapiro engaged in online dissertation on an evil metastasizing in the country.

…well, as much of a dissertation as possible, given the 140 character limit on Twitter.

In a series of tweets, Shapiro named the “evil” growing in America as the “alt-right,” before noting that these extremists have “nothing to do” with conservatism.

He also stressed that the movement is not as large and powerful as the media wants you to believe.

…but they are doing a good job of “broadening their definition” to reach more people.

Shapiro did not spare President Donald Trump in his condemnation of politicians and advisers who did not “carve them off.”

He also noted how the left has been successful in conflating the alt-right movement with anyone on the right.

Naming Antifa, the army of left-wing antagonists on hand Saturday in Charlottesville who were not about to allow the day to pass peacefully and how, in combination with the alt-right, are creating a reply of events seen during the Weimar Republic.

“We’re watching a tiny microcosm replay of brownshirts vs. reds in Weimar Germany. They’re even carrying the same flags,” Shapiro tweeted.

But more importantly, he shared what must be done, tweeting: “[L]eadership in media and especially the White House must actively and thunderously condemn the evil we’re watching metastasize.”

Of course, President Trump was ripped by the left and their many media allies, and hung out to dry by Republicans, when tried to do just that, saying in a televised statement Saturday, “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides.”

Tom Tillison


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