President Trump pressed by @SavannahGuthrie to again denounce white supremacy.— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) October 16, 2020
“I denounce white supremacy, okay? I’ve denounced white supremacy for years. — “You didn’t ask Joe Biden if he denounces Antifa.”
“QAnon is a theory that Democrats are a Satanic pedophile ring & you are their savior. — Will you disavow?”— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) October 16, 2020
“I know nothing about QAnon.”
“I just told you.”
“…What you tell me doesn’t necessarily make it fact. I hate to say that.”
.@JoeBiden asked about protecting LGBTQ rights: “The idea that an 8-year-old child or a 10-year-old child decides, ‘You know, I decided I want to be transgender. That’s what I think I’d like to be. It’d make my life a lot easier.’— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 16, 2020
There should be zero discrimination.” pic.twitter.com/ScmrvUuPpe
Biden says if he loses the election he with “hopefully go back to being a professor at the University of Pennsylvania.”— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) October 16, 2020
Trump disavowed “white supremacy” again. He also said that he knows nothing about QAnon. As for Joe Biden, he thinks 8-year-olds should be allowed to choose their gender. If he loses this race for the U.S. Senate, he will go back to teaching at the University of Pennsylvania.
Note: Amy Coney Barrett disavowed “white supremacy” in her confirmation hearing. Mike Pence condemned “white supremacy” in the vice presidential debate. Trump condemned “white supremacy,” the KKK and the Proud Boys on Hannity. He vowed to declare the KKK a terrorist organization in his Platinum Plan which is based on Ice Cube’s Contract With Black America. In the first presidential debate with Joe Biden, Trump also disavowed white supremacy.