By Jon Dougherty
(NationalSentinel) Once again, POTUS Donald Trump and Republicans are accepting the premise that they are racists and bigots and must apologize for “white supremacy” and “white nationalism” when neither the president nor the party has ever accepted, tolerated, or defended either ideology.
As noted by The Epoch Times:
President Donald Trump and Republican leaders in Congress denounced white supremacy after the mass shootings in Ohio and Texas over the weekend.
Patrick Crusius, 21, who police said killed 20 people in El Paso, Texas, expressed white supremacist views in a manifesto police said they were treating as his. Connor Betts, 24, the alleged Dayton, Ohio, shooter, is also a white male, though he expressed views popularized by leftist extremists on his social media.
Trump said on Aug. 5: “In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry, and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in America.”
Pres. Trump on El Paso shooting: "In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry, and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in America." https://t.co/aeuGGxYbA8 pic.twitter.com/i1mRPOlYSq
— ABC News (@ABC) August 5, 2019
Added Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas):
“White supremacy has no place in this world. Violence inflicted because of someone’s race or ethnicity is vile, repulsive, and one of the worst evils we face. It must end,” said Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas).
White supremacy has no place in this world. Violence inflicted because of someone’s race or ethnicity is vile, repulsive, and one of the worst evils we face. It must end.
— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@RepDanCrenshaw) August 4, 2019
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) called the El Paso shooting an act of “despicable hate meant to divide us.”
“As the son of a Cuban immigrant, I am deeply horrified by the hateful anti-Hispanic bigotry expressed in the shooter’s so-called ‘manifesto.’ This ignorant racism is repulsive and profoundly anti-American,” he wrote in a statement.
“We must speak clearly to combat evil in any form it takes. What we saw yesterday was a heinous act of terrorism and white supremacy. There is no place for this in El Paso, in Texas, or anywhere across our nation.”
We must speak clearly to combat evil in any form it takes. What we saw yesterday was a heinous act of terrorism and white supremacy. There is no place for this in El Paso, in Texas, or anywhere across our nation.
We are all Americans and we are all standing united with El Paso.
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) August 4, 2019
Yes, of course. Right. Got it. Racism/white supremacy is bad (I won’t address ‘white nationalism’ because it is a wholly fabricated construct by the Left meant to equate to “white supremacy”).
But ‘denouncing’ these garbage ideologies implies that the GOP and the president harbor or harbored them, to begin with.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Now hear this: The Republican Party and the president do not harbor racist, bigoted, ‘white supremacist’ ideology. Never have, never will.
Democrats, on the other hand, did (KKK) and still do. The Democrat Party, which the establishment media refuses to report, is the party of anti-Semitism, as evidenced time and time again by the rantings, tweets, speeches, writings, and statements of its party members.
The Democrat Party is the party that was forced — shamed — recently into admitting it had an anti-Semitism problem when the Democrat-controlled House passed a resolution denouncing ‘hate’ (it took the party an entire week to pass it, though).
The Democrat Party backs CAIR, an Islamic organization tied to terrorist elements in the Middle East that has a rabid hatred of Israel.
And the Democrat Party may soon get yet another addition to the ‘Anti-Semitic Caucus” — former CIA operative Valerie Plame, who has already been outed as one.
Whereas the Republicans and Trump are being accused of white nationalism/supremacy sans evidence and without cause, the Democrats really do have a serious anti-Semitic problem they and their media protectors refuse to acknowledge.
Every rational person knows garbage ideology when he or she sees and hears it. We know that ‘supremacist’ anything when it comes to race/ethnicity is not a good thing. But seriously, Republicans need to stop denouncing it because doing so makes it look like they are tacitly acknowledging it exists in their party.
It doesn’t. So stop accepting the Left’s premise that it does.
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