Donald Trump has no shame. Today he came out against the Democratically led House for their approach to the comments of a freshman representatives. There were two huge problems with Trump’s condemnation.
The first problem was that Pelosi has endorsed a vote to condemn anti-Semitism. No surprise that POTUS lied in his tweet. He has become the great fairy tale spinner. The president blows up his lie, just like the story-teller who says “the wolf huffs, and the wolf puffs.” Except, the man sitting in the Oval Office says “It is shameful…Democrats will not stand against “fueled atrocities throughout history:”
‘It is shameful that House Democrats won’t take a stronger stand against Anti-Semitism in their conference. Anti-Semitism has fueled atrocities throughout history and it’s inconceivable they will not act to condemn it!’
The second problem with Trump’s tweet is that he has to be the biggest hypocrite in history. In August 2017, a seemingly nearly endless trail of young men wearing Nazi symbols and carrying torches through the hot Charlottesville, Virginia night. Then, a white nationalist mowed down a peaceful protester and killed her. In the face of all that, the commander-in-chief responded.
His first speech was wooden, and clearly the president did not want to read it off of his prompter. Later, Trump gave an off-the-prompter speech. In it, ABC News reported that he said:
‘I think there is blame on both sides.’
The group of reporters was stunned. Then 45 continued, referring to all of the white nationalists who had rallied against Charlottesville’s decision to remove a Confederate statue:
‘You had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides.’
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