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USA Today: Trump supporters accused of being white nationalists

Posted by on | December 19, 2017 | No Comments

Reporter using flawed premise throws rancid red meat to Leftists

 The USA Today Page One headline was definitely perplexing. But there it was in all of its anti-Trump glory: “Decades of pent-up anger feed a new white nationalist crusade,” followed by a secondary headline “Movement tailors tactics to a ripe political climate.”   It took just three short paragraphs to draw the essential parallel:

“President Trump’s election became a major rallying point for white nationalists as  the Republican repeatedly amplified some of their views in campaign rallies and tweets.”

From there the biased report quotes an “analyst” from the radical Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which USA Today’s self-described “roving reporter” Trevor Hughes erroneously defines as an organization “that tracks hate groups.” That’s a monumental flaw, since SPLC is the very essence of hate group itself. This past April reprehensible hate monger Phoenix New Times reporter Stephen Lemons moved to Alabama to work for SPLC.

Truth Revolt does a masterful job of exposing the Southern Poverty Law Center as the hate group it is.

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary the term white nationalist is defined as “one of a group of militant whites who espouse white supremacy and advocate enforced racial segregation” 

To the dismay of scandal-plagued Hillary voters, Donald Trump won the 2016 election. (revealing video) His supporters abound. Conservative Republicans gladly claim that “supporter” handle, having voted for him and content to see him keeping his campaign promises, filling the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy with Appellate Judge Neil Gorsuch and presiding over the strongest economy and lowest unemployment in years. They soundly reject white nationalism and neo-Nazism, defined as members of a group espousing the programs and policies of Hitler’s Nazis. If such people exist, they’ve elusively  flown under the radar, escaping notice of friends, family, faith and business associates.

Conservative author and nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager has taken on the subject recently and with a decidedly different interpretation than the far-left media:

Prager is quoted as saying,

“To not understand that the neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klanners present an infinitesimally small threat to your society, but the left-wing mobs are a serious threat is to be a fool, to be a willing fool.” He continues, “This is what the communists did in Eastern Europe to install themselves, they called everybody a fascist, and they violently took over society.

The threat from the Left in this country is so much greater than the threat from the Right, that you have to be a fool not to realize it. You have to be either a leftist or a fool.Those who don’t fight real evil, fight little evils. That’s the Left in a nutshell. They didn’t fight communism or Islamic terror, but they do fight Confederate statues.”

To get a grip on reality, reporter Trevor Hughes needs to read Dennis Prager. He might start here:

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