Republican Representative from Arizona And Biggs just dropped a bombshell on Democrat Sheila Jackson from Texas.
Jackson thought she could get away with recycling the disproven “very fine people” hoax while on the Congressional floor but Biggs called her out on it…in front of everyone.
Breibart News describes the hoax “the false claim, repeated for years by Democrats and the media, that Trump had referred to violent neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017 as ‘very fine people.’ In fact, Trump said that the neo-Nazis and white supremacists should be “condemned totally.” (In referring to “very fine people on both sides,” he had been referring to non-violent demonstrators on either side of the issue of whether a Confederate statue should be removed from a local public park.”
Jackson made the reference and Biggs went off.
Biggs played the tape of what Trump’s actual words and then Biggs said “The point is, the previous president, the former president, Trump, called out neo-Nazis and white nationalists and said they should condemned. I think there’s no one in this room that would disagree with that statement.”
Biggs 1. Jackson 0.
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