Were you only getting your news from CNN or MSNBC, you might be surprised to learn that President Donald Trump has a very long history, spanning decades, of outright denouncing white supremacy and hatred based on race.
During the first presidential debate, Trump was asked, specifically, whether or not he denounced white supremacy. He responded with, “Sure.”
That apparently wasn’t good enough for the Mainstream Media who called his condemnation weak.
But let’s take a look at the times when Donald Trump absolutely and unequivocally denounced white supremacy in the past:
Apparently, when you are a Republican President, you must denounce white supremacy every hour of every day in order for it to count. As a fun fact, Joe Biden has yet to denounce the racism and hatred found within BLM and Antifa.
The media is more concerned with a few thousand radicals who might march around town once a year in their bedsheets than actual community organizers, Marxists, and Communists who are burning down black-owned businesses and telling white people that they need to give up their homes.
The issue becomes even more bizarre when we consider that the KKK was a militant arm of the Democrat Party. It was Woodrow Wilson who screened KKK propaganda (Birth of a Nation) in the White House and it was Democratic Senator Robert Byrd who was a former KKK recruiter being sent to Congress until his death in 2010.
How many times has Joe Biden, who once proclaimed that a clean articulate black man was a storybook, had to condemn racism or white supremacy?