Enough With Media Lies. Here Are All the Times Trump Condemned White Supremacy
If you watched the debate, you were probably struggling to hear what both candidates were saying. Don’t worry, our garbage media stepped in to clear everything up. Oh wait, nope sorry. President Trump won the debate so resoundingly that the mainstream media couldn’t even wait five minutes to start lying about it. They seized an oldie but a goodie. Since they can’t talk about policy or the debate itself (lest they reveal Biden’s lack of policy), they decided to call President Trump a racist. More specifically, they’re saying that he refused to condemn white supremacy. It’s not a half-truth. It’s an outright lie, and we’re going to completely debunk it for good.
This all started in Charlottesville when there was a conflict between protestors who wanted to take down a Robert E. Lee statue and protestors who wanted to leave it up. In the mix of all of the groups and mayhem, there were members of Antifa (although we didn’t know to call them that yet) and white supremacists. One of the white supremacists ran over a pedestrian in cold blood. President Trump addressed the nation, and this is where the “very fine people” mis-quote comes from that our garbage media keeps repeating. They say that President Trump called white supremacists very fine people. Here’s his actual quote.
“You also had people that were very fine people on both sides . . . and I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally.”
He was asked to elaborate on this three different times in press conferences that week. He repeated his condemnations every time. These are his other quotes from Charlottesville.
“Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.”
Despite those quotes, the media and the Democrats will tell you that Donald Trump has never condemned white supremacy.
All of this circled back around when a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso was thought to be racially motivated. The media blamed it on President Trump, which is a terrible accusation in the first place, but here’s what he said about it.
“In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry, and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in America . . . We have asked the FBI to identify all further resources they need to investigate and disrupt hate crimes and domestic terrorism.”
Not only did he wholly condemn white supremacy, but he also committed FBI resources to stamp it out. If he’s a racist, he’s pretty bad at it.
President Trump has condemned racism and white nationalists every time it is brought up, but the media and Democrats repeat these lies. They do it so much that it came up again at Tuesday night’s debate. Biden has repeatedly said that President Trump will never condemn white supremacy. It’s an obvious lie, but Chris Wallace was in on the game, so he asked Trump point blank if he would condemn the groups. Here’s the exchange:
Wallace: Are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups?
That should be enough, but Wallace kept pressing. He had specific words he wanted to hear from the president, so Trump obliged.
Trump: What do you want to call them? Give me a name.
Wallace: White supremacists and right-wing militia.
Biden: [out of turn] Proud Boys
Trump: Proud Boys, stand back and stand by.
You can see that President Trump immediately and without qualifications condemned white supremacy again. When he tried to elaborate beyond this exchange to make his condemnation more thorough, Wallace interrupted him and spoke over him. Donald Trump did not refuse to condemn white supremacists. What really happened is that the Democrats and the media refused to let him speak the words.