Since the first “presidential” debate, media pundits have carried on as if Trump refused to condemn White Supremacy. Moderator Chris Wallace pointedly asked President Trump if he was “willing to condemn white supremacists and militia groups.”
In Trumponian fashion, the President’s immediate response was, “Sure, I’m prepared to do it,” before he placed the blame for recent violence in cities like Kenosha and Portland on far-left extremism, reports BRIGHT editors.
But why should the left let facts stand in the way of their narrative?
President Trump officially and unambiguously condemned white supremacy, particularly singling out the KKK and the Proud Boys.
(Mr. Trump) told Sean Hannity in a phone interview on Thursday, “I condemn the KKK. I condemn all white supremacists. I condemn the Proud Boys. I don’t know much about the Proud Boys, almost nothing, but I condemn that.”
Along with the interview, the President announced his intention to designate the KKK a domestic terror organization, along with Antifa, as part of his Platinum Plan for Black America. This economic recovery plan, which is meant to create jobs, increase school choice, and facilitate criminal justice reform, will also declare the racist group to constitute as terrorism.
It would be hard to find a more deliberate condemnation of white supremacy than rendering racist groups as terrorists.