[Ed. – The Left isn’t interested in facts.]
HOW DARE HE?
President Donald J. Trump stood before journalists on Tuesday and said the unsayable: “I think there is blame on both sides.”
Rather than denounce only the execrable white supremacists and swastika-wielding neo-Nazis who organized Saturday’s hate-o-rama in Charlottesville, Virginia, Trump observed that there was violence coming from the KKK side and from extreme Leftists who opposed them with force — not with tranquility, as did those at a peaceful vigil Wednesday night.
The reaction to Trump’s comments was as swift as it was vitriolic:
“We can truly say his words have absolutely emboldened white supremacists,” said CNN’s veteran anchor Anderson Cooper.
The Chicago Sun-Times called Trump “America’s bigot in chief.”
“This is not my President,” declared Senator Ben Schatz, D-Hawaii.
Where was their anger when the ACLU described the situation as it unfolded? “Not sure who provoked first. Both sides were hitting each other at Justice Park before police arrived,” the ACLU of Virginia declared via Twitter on Saturday afternoon.