Here’s the deal: a bunch of white supremacists held a rally in Charlottesville, Va over the weekend and clashed with a counter-protest of anarchists and leftist fascists. There was violence and one person was killed. Somehow this is all Donald Trump’s fault because he denounced the violence and disavowed the white supremacists. California Rep. Maxine Waters, who never questioned Barack Obama when Black Lives Matter activists were killing cops, put everything on the President and even called his current residence the “White Supremacist’s House.”
Maxine Waters tweets like she talks: endlessly and incoherently. She unleashed this tweet-storm because people who Trump doesn’t support fought with people who don’t support Trump:
“Trump defined himself during campaign. He encouraged violence against protesters at rallies. We should not be surprised. Don’t forget, Trump offered to pay legal fees for those who attacked protesters at his rallies. Will he be making that same offer now? Trump claimed he didn’t know D. Duke, but Duke said white supremacist rally was done to fulfill Trump’s promises. Do you know him now,Trump?” Waters wrote.
Obviously Maxine Waters knows who David Duke is. Does that mean that she is a white supremacist? This is some of the dumbest liberal logic ever. Just because Duke said something about Trump doesn’t mean the President is working with the former KKK leader. Knowing who someone is and being friendly with them are two entirely different things. Is it too much to ask to expect a member of Congress to understand the basic way things work?
And speaking of being a lunatic who doesn’t know anything about anything, check this out:
Trump has made it clear – w/ Bannon & Gorka in the WH, & the Klan in the streets, it is now the White Supremacists’ House. #Charlottesviille
— Maxine Waters (@MaxineWaters) August 13, 2017
“Trump has made it clear – w/ Bannon & Gorka in the WH, & the Klan in the streets, it is now the White Supremacists’ House,” Waters wrote.
Well, there were Klan rallies when Obama was president. Does that mean he, like Waters, is also a white supremacist? Again, this is just maddening stupidity. Steve Bannon and Seb Gorka are not white supremacists no matter how much the crazy left says they are. And for that matter, neither is president Trump. Please give me an example of any 3 of theses men doing anything remotely racist. Show me the connection they have with white power groups.
“Trump refuses to condemn white supremacists & terrorists who showed up in Charlottesville. Is he sending a signal? Everyone must be careful,” Waters wrote.
Maybe it’s Maxine Waters who should be careful about spouting off about shit when she doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about. Trump most certainly did condemn the white supremacists in Charlottesville. The signal he sent was loud and clear that he is against racism and violence.
When Obama occupied the White House, he invited Black Lives Matter activists as they were gunning down cops in the street. It would be fair to refer to the Obama White House as the “Black Power House.” When Bill Clinton was president, he groped and banged a variety of female employees and it would be appropriate to call the Clinton White House the “Rape House.” Donald Trump has done absolutely nothing to indicate he is a white supremacist or supports their cause in any way. Calling it the “White Supremacist’s House” is just more leftist bullshit based on nothing but their hatred for the freely-elected President of the United States.