Has the Left become completely unglued, drowning in its own lies? One of the great lies of our time is that President Trump praised KKK-type demonstrators in Charlottesville, VA, writes Dennis Prager in American Greatness.
The President Never Said There Were Fine Nazis
The left-wing assertion that the president of the United States said there were fine Nazis will long endure as an example of something that has been true since Lenin: Truth is not a left-wing value. Truth is a liberal value, and it is a conservative value. But it is not left-wing value. A leftist says whatever is necessary to gain power.
By remarkable coincidence, this week’s PragerU video is titled “The Charlottesville Lie.” It proves the president never said Nazis were fine people. When Trump said there were “very fine people on both sides,” he was referring to people demonstrating in Charlottesville for and against tearing down a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee, not to Nazis and antifa.
The video is presented by CNN political commentator Steve Cortes, a voice of courage in the herd known as the mainstream American media. At this moment, of PragerU’s 325 videos, Cortes’s “The Charlottesville Lie” is the one I most want Americans to watch.
The harm that the media and others on the left have done and continue to do to this country by charging the president with praising Nazis and other white supremacists is incalculable. It has only served to inflame and divide Americans: the tens of millions who believe the lie and the tens of millions who know the truth.
The Charlottesville Lie – Censored
Dennis Prager learned that within hours of PragerU posting “The Charlottesville Lie,” Google placed it on YouTube’s restricted list. That’s just two weeks after a Senate hearing at which a Google representative swore under oath that Google doesn’t censor on the basis of political views.
“The ease with which the left lies,” DP stresses, “is breathtaking.”
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