When is a condemnation of white supremacist violence meaningless? When it takes President Trump two days to do it

1 Los Angeles

Los Angeles News & Search

1 News - 1 eMovies - 1 eMusic - 1 eBooks - 1 Search

Our ahistorical president is late to everything.

On Feb. 1, President Trump saluted black abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who died in 1895, as “an example of somebody who has done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I notice.”

In March, at a Women’s Empowerment Panel at the White House, he lauded suffragette icon Susan B. Anthony — “Have you heard of Susan B. Anthony? I’m shocked that you’ve heard of her.”

So really, is it any surprise that Trump was unforgivably tardy in linking white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and the KKK to the death Saturday of a counter-protester at a pro-white supremacy “Unite the Right” demonstration Saturday in Virginia?


1 Los Angeles

Los Angeles News & Search

1 News - 1 eMovies - 1 eMusic - 1 eBooks - 1 Search


Leave a Reply