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TRUMP CONDEMNS BARCELONA TERROR; TRUMP SUPPORTS CHARLOTTESVILLE TERROR

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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? WELL, ONE PRESUMABLY INVOLVES A MUSLIM BROWN SKIN PERSON(S) WHILE THE OTHER INVOLVES A WHITE CHRISTIAN  PERSON


OR IS IT THE NUMBER THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE?ONLY ONE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE BUT 12 IN BARCELONA?  IS THIS IT?  IT'S A NUMBERS GAME?  
Yes everyone.This is exactly what your President has done.No need to parse.No analysis necessary.Trump condemned the slaughter in Barcelona (while promoting historical fakery, by the way) yet supports the “nice guys” in the white supremacist movement one of whom murdered Heather Heyer in Charlottesville.Is it the numbers?Maybe Trump can enlighten us about how many people must die before a murderous attack is called a terrorist attack by the definition he’s using.How many is it?Two?Four?Is it six maybe, a round half a dozen?Or is it a full dozen?Do 12 people have to die before it falls into Trump’s definition of a terrorist attack?
Forget about it.The man just has no business occupying the White House as a janitor much less…

MUST SEE TEE VEE! MY PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT!

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JIMMY KIMMEL ANALYZES TRUMP'S IMPROMPTU PRESS BRIEFING


THANK GOD FOR A LITTLE LATE NIGHT HUMOR!

INDEED! THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT TRUMP DID BY PROCLAIMING THAT THERE WERE "FINE PEOPLE" ON BOTH SIDES AND VIOLENCE ON BOTH SIDES.  
TRUMP WAS DEFENDING INTOLERANCE 
THERE IS NO "SIDE" WHEN IT COMES TO NAZI FASCISTS. 


END OF PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!  


THE WAR FOR THE FUTURE OF AMERICA IS NOW ENJOINED

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IT’S NOT JUST POLITICS.IT’S OVER THE VERY SOUL OF AMERICA

Many of us on the left, have been warning about the threat posed by the right wing, the Rush Limbaugh’s, Alex Jones’s and Fox News’s of the world, for a long time now.The threat might not have been clear in the past since pretty much everyone to the left of Hitler dismissed the right wing pundits of hate and fear as so many nutjobs and loonies.And then Donald J. Trump was elected President of the United States of America.  Suddenly our intellectual community realized that not paying attention to what was going on beneath the Breaking News Headlines of the day actually had an important role in paving the way for Trump.  Created the "on-ramp," let's say.  Trump’s campaign was based precisely on the same themes that the right wingers have been pushing for decades – from the “Cadillac driving welfare mothers” of the 1980’s to the “welfare moochers” of the last Presidential campaign in 2016– the increasing authoritaria…

JUST IN CASE YOU MIGHT HAVE FORGOTTEN WHAT "NAZI" ACTUALLY MEANS

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A BRIEF PICTORIAL OVERVIEW OF WHAT IT ACTUALLY MEANS TO BE A NAZI 



























IF YOU CARRY A NAZI FLAG OR THROW A "SEIG HEIL" SALUTE IMITATING HITLER THEN YOU ARE A DANGER AND A TRAITOR TO AMERICA.   THERE IS NO WAY SUCH "BELIEFS" CAN BE JUSTIFIED.  PERIOD. 

"THE PRESIDENT WAS ENTIRELY CORRECT'

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'The President Was Entirely Correct'


President Trump’s remarks on the deadly white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville have sparked widespread outrage. But the White House is asking congressional Republicans to follow his lead. By: Molly Ball
The Atlantic
August 15, 2017

Every day, the White House communications office sends official talking points to Republican members of Congress. These communiqu├ęs help the GOP stay on the same page (and, in the Trump era, help the embattled president’s allies come up with arguments in his defense).




On Tuesday evening, a few hours after the president’s inflammatory press conference defending white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville, the office issued an “evening communications briefing,” which was passed along to me by a Republican congressional aide. It encourages members to echo the president’s line, contending that “both sides … acted inappropriately, and bear some responsibility.”
You can read the talking points in their entirety here…

THE EDITORIAL THAT SHOULDN'T NEED TO BE WRITTEN: TRUMP

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The Nation Can Only Weep



The Washington Post Editorial Board August 16, 2017
TUESDAY WAS a great day for David Duke and racists everywhere. The president of the United States all but declared that he has their backs. When a white supremacist stands accused of running his car into a crowd of protesters, killing one and injuring 19, Americans of goodwill mourn and demand justice. When this is done in the context of a rally where swastikas are borne and racist and anti-Semitic epithets hurled, the only morally justifiable reaction is disgust. When the nation’s leader does not understand this, the nation can only weep. On Saturday, after the murder of an innocent protester in Charlottesville followed marches that included armed men and Nazi salutes, President Trump’s instinct was to blame both sides. Widespread criticism followed, including the resignations of business leaders from a White House advisory council and condemnation from political leaders of both parties. On Monday, Mr. Trump…