If you voted for Trump and are white, CNN has declared you are a “White Supremacist by default.”
For months and months now we are told by Democrats and liberal media that Russia colluded with Trump and won him the Presidency, with no proof whatsoever.
Now, we also have zero proof that Trump is a racist but we’re going to be talking about this issue for the foreseeable future.
On top of that, we are now being told he won because of the millions and millions of racists that voted for him. What happened to the Russian story?
Regardless, CNN is doing their viewers a major disservice by feeding them anti-American and communist propaganda. They’re giving the violent Antifa radicals and other hate groups a platform to tear down the values that made America great all for a political agenda.
CNN and the leftists pushing this narrative don’t care about anyone no matter what their race is. They are only concerned about staying in power and serve their paymasters.
From The Daily Caller:
CNN used the voices of a few professors and activists to assert anyone who voted for President Donald Trump is a white supremacist in a news report Wednesday, and to blame these “ordinary” people for the violence in Charlottesville.
Trump voters helped advance white supremacy by giving them room to operate, CNN reported based on the assertions of others in a piece headlined, “‘White Supremacists by default’: How ordinary people made Charlottesville possible.”
“It’s easy to focus on the angry white men in paramilitary gear who looked like they were mobilizing for a race war in the Virginia college town,” CNN reported. “But it’s the ordinary people — the voters who elected a reality TV star with a record of making racially insensitive comments, the people who move out of the neighborhood when people of color move in, the family members who ignore a relative’s anti-Semitism — who give these type of men room to operate.”
CNN put the weight of the assertion on the views of what they described as “activists, historians and victims of extremism,” but made no visible effort to question their assertions or provide a counter point of view. Fordham University professor Mark Naison’s, for example, is quoted prominently in the piece accusing tens of millions of Americans of being white supremacists.
“We are a country with a few million passionate white supremacists — and tens of millions of white supremacists by default,” Naison told CNN. He’s a political activist and history professor. He compared all Trump voters to “nice people” who facilitated the horrific violence of the Holocaust and the genocide in Rwanda by looking the other way.
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