This week both houses of Congress swiftly passed a resolution overwhelmingly condemning white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups and sent it to President Trump to sign. Which is fine, even though 99.9999 percent of Americans already condemn white …
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This week both houses of Congress swiftly passed a resolution overwhelmingly condemning white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups and sent it to President Trump to sign. Which is fine, even though 99.9999 percent of Americans already condemn white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups.
And I can't think of a single elected official in Washington who still supports the KKK, even among the party that founded it (the Democrats for you millenial readers).
President Trump has been falsely accused of "empowering" white supremacist groups, despite the fact that he has repeatedly and strongly condemned them and is on the record doing that, stretching back decades. If anyone is empowering them, it's the media outlets that insist on giving this genuine basket of deplorables coverage far beyond what they merit, until viewers think there must be tens of millions of them. But that's patently ridiculous.
They are a relative handful of basement-dwelling idiots who are outnumbered 10-1 by protesters every time they show their faces, which also usually gets them fired from their jobs, if they have any, and even disowned by their parents.
In the spirit of the resolution, let's all agree once again on what we already agreed on: Neo-Nazis and white supremacists are despicable morons. So stop giving them free commercials.
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