Leftist dummies who blame President Trump for the Charlottesville march should take note that alt-right white supremacist David Duke attacked Trump for condemning his group.
There goes the mainstream media narrative that President Trump is aligned with the fringe white supremacist movement.
In fact, Trump has repeatedly condemned and disavowed them, unlike Democrats, who openly encourage the radical-left antifa to continue their violent rallies.
Duke was furious after Trump called for an end of violence after skirmishes erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday.
Duke apparently wanted the president to support his group, and got enraged when he disavowed it. Again.
David Duke also slammed Democratic Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, saying the left has repeatedly engaged in violence and looting for the past seven months while liberals applauded them. Duke is a racist jerk, but he’s right about that.
The acts and rhetoric in #Charlottesville over past 24 hours are unacceptable & must stop. A right to speech is not a right to violence.
— Ralph Northam (@GovernorVA) August 12, 2017
The brouhaha erupted when a couple hundred neo-Nazis held a “Unite the Right” rally to protest the removal of a statue of confederate general Robert E. Lee.
The rally, which was held Friday night at the University of Virginia, was largely peaceful but turned violent Saturday morning after angry leftists showed up and started throwing fists.
Governor McAuliffe has since declared a state of emergency to ensure no more violence occurs.
Violence on either side is wrong. Neo-nazis should be condemned and stamped out. But so should the radical-left antifa, which has caused hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage and physical injury while “resisting” and protesting a duly-elected president for the past 7 months.
Both groups are terrorists and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They do not represent everyday Americans or the greatness of the United States.
Shortly after the violence exploded at Charlottesville, a bipartisan consensus of Republican and Democratic lawmakers condemned the fringe white supremacist movement.
Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz were among the first lawmakers to publicly disavow and condemn the neo-Nazis.
To all the clueless leftists, here’s a history lesson: The Democrats created the KKK. Republicans fought to eradicate the racist hate group. When trying to conflate the fringe, white-supremacist movement with everyone the right, don’t get it twisted.
The picture was taken during the 1924 DEMOCRATIC‼️Convention
It was also known as “Klanbake.” pic.twitter.com/jEYJ4rqBAh
— Tatiana Varzar (@TatianaVarzar) August 13, 2017
— Rich (@justrich1121) August 13, 2017
If you said nothing when Antifa rampaged through Berkeley, save me the sanctimonious moralising over #Charlottesville.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 12, 2017
That’s “RACIST” behavior? Not”ALL”whites are racist. The ones that started it “DIED” over 100 yrs ago. He’s the reason whites fear blacks. pic.twitter.com/UJ8saDJAVx
— Bruce Davis (@BruceDandbdavis) June 10, 2017
"Why isn't anyone on the right denouncing white supremacists?"
Said by the same people who openly support Antifa and anarchist violence.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 13, 2017
Let's not forget the GOP has ostracized David Duke while former KKK leader Robert Byrd was lionized till his death by leading Democrats
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) August 13, 2017
Remember who the real Nazi is: Democratic mega-donor George Soros, who’s bankrolling the violent antifa riots around the world. In his youth, Soros was an actual member of the Nazi party. Let that sink in.
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