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Trump: White nationalism is not a rising threat

Jeb

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Mar 14, 2018
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Because to him, acts of terror are only done when its someone brown is commiting it.

If he can’t use atrocities to push his agenda, then its not much of an atrocity.
Opportunistic shit stain he is, if it was a muslim man committing this crime, he would be ringing the “terrorism” alarm his entire presidency.
 
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Oct 26, 2017
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I've stopped caring what this asshole thinks about anything. "Office of the President" doesn't mean what it used to. It doesn't hold the same weight as it did before he got there. I hope one day the credibility of the office can return.

Trump's words and thoughts are irrelevant to all but his most fervent supporters. Who just so happen to be white nationalists. Hmm..thinking emoji.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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The Wild Mare
Funny how a few days ago he nudged them to use second amendment and attack immigrants. Why is no one calling him out on it and making him personally responsible for spreading hate and delivering messages to kill?
 
Oct 27, 2017
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Brian Schatz @brianschatz

FYI under Obama 10 million was given to groups combating white supremacy and neo-Nazis. Trump administration froze the awards while it “re-evaluated” the program goals. The Trump Admin also removed those groups from future consideration of Countering Violent Extremism funding.

3:24 PM - Mar 15, 2019

I thought I read that he stopped the funding to stop white supremacy. Couldn’t remember if it was before he took office or if he actually implemented it. Looks like he did.



Mark Follman @markfollman


Consider the cumulative effect going back 4 years.

Person at a Trump campaign rally: "We have a problem in this country, it's called Muslims...when can we get rid of them?"

Trump: "A lot of people are saying that...we're going to be looking at that."

2:15 PM - Mar 15, 2019