Bill Clinton Tweets Message About Virginia & Exposes Trump As An Incompetent President


As the largest gathering of white nationalists Charlottesville, Virginia erupted into violence, people waited for Donald Trump to condemn the actions of this hate group. They came prepared for battle, wearing helmets and wielding shields. Members carried Confederate flags and chanted Nazi slogans. Then, the rage bled all over an intersection where the white nationalists met the counter protesters. Bill Clinton released his presidential message to the country, but where was Donald Trump?

President Clinton condemned “hatred, violence, and white supremacy:”

‘Even as we protect free speech and assembly, we must condemn hatred, violence and white supremacy.’

When Trump came out with his message, it was interesting that he did not mention white supremacy. The president ignited hate speech with his rallies, and now the hate groups appear to feel tacit agreement for their violent activities. Trump said we must “condemn all that hate stands for,” but does he really mean it:

‘We ALL must be united & condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Lets come together as one!’

Then, 45 released a second cheesy tweet “Charlottesville sad:”

‘Am in Bedminster for meetings & press conference on V.A. & all that we have done, and are doing, to make it better-but Charlottesville sad!’

Hate groups have political and media support for their activities. Even though the police dispersed the crowd, that did not stop the violence. A car plowed into a group of counter protesters and then drove off. Six ambulances took the injured away, however, this time, the police consider it a crime scene.  Governor Terry McCaullife declared a state of emergency.

The danger will not subside, because the same people with the same beliefs and hatreds are still in the city. A statue of Robert E. Lee was to be taken down, and this lit the explosive protests.

The people know what kind of president they respect, and Bill Clinton is that man. Check out the best of their tweets:

Featured Image via Getty Images/Ethan Miller.