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The very moral fabric in which we have made progress when it comes to race relations in America... He’s failed us. And it’s very unfortunate that our president would say things like he did in that press conference yesterday when he says, “tthere are good people on the side of the Nazis. They weren’t all Nazis and they weren’t all white supremacists.” Mr. President, good people don’t pal around with Nazis and white supremacists. Maybe they don’t consider themselves white supremacists and Nazis; certainly they hold those views. This has become very troubling. And for anyone to come on any network and defend what President Trump did and said at that press conference yesterday is completely lost and the potential to be morally bankrupt. I’m sorry, no, I believe that and I’m being very honest as one who has been talking about these issues for a very long time. I’m sorry that this is where we are right now. I hope the president learns a lesson from his press conference on yesterday. It’s disturbing.
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: Willtell
Understood and dismissed for racism itself.
It isn't accepted but then again nor is altering semantics to exacerbate the issue FOR activists to exploit.
Be worried troubled and offended as you wish, but don't demand the same of others.
originally posted by: redtic
First off, for those saying they're actors - that's just ridiculous - get that crap out of here. Second, as much as I don't like Fox and Friends (and Fox News in general), I fail to see how the host "failed miserably" in the interview. She let them talk and say what they wanted to say, without interrupting. This seems like a nothing story.
Mr. President, good people don’t pal around with Nazis and white supremacists. Maybe they don’t consider themselves white supremacists and Nazis; certainly they hold those views
And it’s very unfortunate that our president would say things like he did in that press conference yesterday when he says, “tthere are good people on the side of the Nazis.
“Racism is evil,” Trump said from the White House Diplomatic Room. “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.”
"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of racist, bigoted violence. It has no place in America,"
originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
a reply to: Willtell
When Obama called the Cambridge cops who arrested his friend stupid, or something to that affect, a lot of white people, a lot of cops, flipped out too. We'll get over it if we're allowed too. I'm afraid that there is a specific agenda going on here, and I don't mean the BLM agenda. I feel that there are powerful people who love to divide us so that we are not focused on other issues. Too many of us buy right into this agenda without really considering how much it is or isn't affecting our daily lives.
originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: Grambler
No, have you ever been near fanatics?
Nobody in their right mind would be near these fanatical racists chanting n____ you wont take our place and
Jew wont take our place