From here on out, you will not hear me praising President Trump for anything unless he were to somehow undergo a miracle-like transformation into a Nationalist beacon of strength against Antifa (save your prayers for something better, though).
His response to the Battle of Charlottesville was a disgusting charade that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he cares nothing for us or our Cause(s).
And let me just take a second to strike down a few of the talking-points that some may use to attempt to counter my statement:
- His condemnation was done on the Jew holiday of Shabbat, meaning that his decision did not come from whispers made by his traitor daughter and rat-faced son-in-law – they are not allowed any electronics on this day per their religion.
- There never had to be any show of “unity” based off of the events that occurred. Antifa were deliberately violent and denied us a lawfully-granted right to exercise our freedom of speech. They are also a significant minority, and this is backed up by comments made all across stories published by the deceitful Lugenpresse on that fateful and glorious day.
And now they’re talking about going after Based Dodge Man for “civil rights violations” and “domestic terrorism charges” that may put him behind bars for the rest of his natural life (he’s a young buck, so this could mean fifty to seventy years in prison).
President Donald Trump will meet with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray in Washington on Monday to discuss the deadly white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the White House said after a mounting public outcry about Trump’s response to the extremists.
“There is no bigger case right now that we are working on. Every resource will be dedicated to it,” Sessions said on CBS. “I will be asking that we do that kind of thing today.”
Trump on Saturday denounced the “egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence — on many sides” in Charlottesville. The White House said “of course” he included white supremacists, neo-Nazis “and all extremist groups” in that statement.
Sessions defended Trump and suggested the president may say more publicly about the issue Monday.
“He explicitly condemned the kind of ideology behind these movements of Nazism, white supremacy, the KKK. That is his unequivocal position,” Sessions said on ABC. “I think you’ll hear that again today.”
He also sought to reassure listeners about the federal government’s civil-rights probe of a car attack in Charlottesville that killed one counter-protester and injured 19 others. Two Virginia State Police pilots assisting with law enforcement during the rally also died Saturday when their helicopter crashed.
“It does meet the definition of domestic terrorism in our statute,” Sessions said of the car attack. “You can be sure we will charge and advance the investigation for the most serious charges that can be brought.”
We still don’t know all the details of the car incident, but what I’ve seen on footage since Saturday seems to indicate that the kid (he’s only 20) involved was reacting in response to Antifa attacks that would likely have claimed his life if they succeeded.
For reference, just look at what the Communists did to a few of our guys that were pulled into the crowd from the area around our shield-wall to be beaten halfway towards death.
Donald, you’re about to give another statement to the nation on this incident – please take into account that catering to a small cadre of Leftist terrorists and Coloreds that would sooner kill YOU than vote for you will do nothing to repair this nation.
You’re only going to demonize your base further, and subsequently cripple yourself in the process.