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@Frozenoem wrote:

You mean like Bannon, Gorka, Spencer?

 Oh yeah new guy Miller.

Who coined the term Alt-Right vs White Supremacists, Neo Nazi's, Klan?

 

Youve forgotten pre-election or inauguration?

 

http://click1.email.thehill.com/kdpfwbtkplljzbzljrvppjffptjqltlggspkbdqhvhttm_mddcbnscd.html

 

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You are throwing names out and names of people who cannot engage with you here. Do you really think that there is anyone here that believe in the philosophy of the Nazis and/or Kluxers?

 

What is it that you think that I've forgotten about the pre-election or inauguration?

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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

The title of this topic makes an invalid assumption. Can anyone point out any defenders of those hate groups??

 

Yes, the frauds who claim the issue is "freedom of speech"......

If I understand you, to defend freedom of speech (not the speaker) makes one a member of a hate group. I'm sure that is not what you intended so maybe you can expand on your theory.

 

If not, let's move on.  Please do.....

Can't - your position is still somewhat vague. Seems like you have an urge to insult but are holding back.


 


 

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You mean like Bannon, Gorka, Spencer?

 Oh yeah new guy Miller.

Who coined the term Alt-Right vs White Supremacists, Neo Nazi's, Klan?

 

Youve forgotten pre-election or inauguration?

 

http://click1.email.thehill.com/kdpfwbtkplljzbzljrvppjffptjqltlggspkbdqhvhttm_mddcbnscd.html

 

Froze

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@rk9152 wrote:

The title of this topic makes an invalid assumption. Can anyone point out any defenders of those hate groups??

 

Yes, the frauds who claim the issue is "freedom of speech"......

 

If not, let's move on.  Please do.....


 


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The title of this topic makes an invalid assumption. Can anyone point out any defenders of those hate groups??

 

If not, let's move on.

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There's a word for Kushner or Ivanka, Yiddish is rusty, it's been 40 years since I've used.

 

Shonda!

 

Or is it Hyper/Hypogamy.

 

As for trump he believes his posterior is covered, either way. I pray he's incorrect.

 

Need coffee

 

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Trump should despise these guys.  They were chanting "Jews will not replace us." But that's exactly what's happening in Trump's own family.  His daughter converted to Judaism and her kids, Trump's grandkids, are Jewish.  He now has a line of descendants who are Jewish.   Those white supremacist losers were criticizing "Trump's" family.  

 

If I were Ivanka, I'd be having a fit right now.   I'd really be going nuclear in that house right now.....

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@nctarheel wrote:

Donald Trump, and it seems others, have defended the KKK, WHITE SUPREMACISTS, WHITE NATIONALISTS, AND NAZIS right to level racial and religious epithets while armed with torches, nightsticks, handguns, mace, shields, chains,and racist signage. They defend these hate groups under the guise that the groups had the intention of holding a "peaceful rally", as some may call it.

 

The weaponry, signage, and shouting of Anti-Black, Anti-Muslim, Anti-Semite, and Anti-immigrant slogans are NOT the tools of a group that intends to have a "peaceful rally" as some may call it.

 

With that said, it is clear that those who defend these hate groups must be in agreement with the philosophies of these groups.

 

There would be no other viable reason to defend them.

 

You can't say that they were there to be peaceful. You can't say they were there to be non-confrontational. The volume of militaria and weaponry belies these explanations.

 

No matter which way you cut it, to defend the KKK, WHITE SUPREMACISTS, WHITE NATIONALISTS, AND NAZIS is to believe, one way or another, in the philosophies they represent.

 

 


All those republicans, conservatives, trump voters, trump supporters and the rest are desperately trying to hold the closet door shut so that no one realizes that if they don't condemn the right wing actions in Charlottesville - then it's crystal clear that they support those actions...

 

When he was President, on November 6, 2001, George W. Bush said it succinctly and accurately - "you are either with us, or against us".

 

Either you're with a bunch of treasonous, racist, bigoted domestic terrorists - and against the United ststes of America - or you're against them - and for the United States of America.

 

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Donald Trump, and it seems others, have defended the KKK, WHITE SUPREMACISTS, WHITE NATIONALISTS, AND NAZIS right to level racial and religious epithets while armed with torches, nightsticks, handguns, mace, shields, chains,and racist signage. They defend these hate groups under the guise that the groups had the intention of holding a "peaceful rally", as some may call it.

 

The weaponry, signage, and shouting of Anti-Black, Anti-Muslim, Anti-Semite, and Anti-immigrant slogans are NOT the tools of a group that intends to have a "peaceful rally" as some may call it.

 

With that said, it is clear that those who defend these hate groups must be in agreement with the philosophies of these groups.

 

There would be no other viable reason to defend them.

 

You can't say that they were there to be peaceful. You can't say they were there to be non-confrontational. The volume of militaria and weaponry belies these explanations.

 

No matter which way you cut it, to defend the KKK, WHITE SUPREMACISTS, WHITE NATIONALISTS, AND NAZIS is to believe, one way or another, in the philosophies they represent.

 

 

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