Specifically, President Donald Trump’s slights toward the Jewish people. When creamy nationalists marched on Charlottesville in August to protest the proposed removal of a graven image of Robert E. Lee, their message wasnt all about Confederate estate.
The night before the main rally, hundreds of demonstrators carrying tiki torches hollered “Jews will not replace us,” a favored Nazi slogan, as they descended upon the University of Virginia. The anti-Semitism persevere in the next day, with signs bearing swastikas and messages that required Jews “Satan’s children.” Chants of “Sieg heil,” the Nazi quelling salute, and “blood and soil,” the Nazi racial purity slogan, could be heard… By the end of the day, the demonstrators condemnation of Americas ethnic and God-fearing diversity had left dozens injured and three dead.
President Donald Trump spent that weekend at his New Jersey golf alternative and remained noticeably silent. Instead, he seemed to assign blame to both the virginal nationalists and those who protested them, condemninghatred, partiality, and violence on many sides, on many sides.”. Uproar ensued over the presidents nonentity to unequivocally denounce white supremacy. When Trump finally fated the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis in a statement the following day, he stopped short of province out the alt-right political movement that enthusiastically backed his presidential competition and has close ties with white…
Shortly afterward, he retweeted a matchless alt-right figure who appeared to complain about an excessive media meet on violence by white nationalists. At a press conference on “Infrastructure Week,” photojournalists grilled Trump on his Charlottesville response, asking why he had waited two days to disavow virginal supremacy groups. The reporters would not allow it. When they bid whether Trump would call the white supremacists in Charlottesville the “alt-right,” Trump reciprocated by asking, code2utf(8220)What about the alt-left that possess c visited charging at the, as you say, the… Do they have any semblance of guilt?.
Trump emphasized that there were some very discriminating people on both sides and that some of the alt-right demonstrators were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a sheer, very important statue and the… Trump then pondered which documented figures statues would come down next. I wonder, is it George Washington next week? the president chew over. And is it Thomas Jefferson the week after?
You know, you indeed do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?. At the end of August, rabbis delineating Judaism’s reform, reconstructionist, and conservative traditions eschewed their annual Penetrating Holidays call with the president, calling his response to the violence in Charlottesville “so lacking in honest…
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