President Donald Trump just dropped the hammer and the mainstream media is in shock. They never expected this to happen with less than 35 days until the November election.
“I’ve said it many times, and let me be clear again, I condemn the KKK,” said Trump to Sean Hannity on Fox News. “I condemn all white supremacists. I condemn the Proud Boys.” And he didn’t stop there.
“But he should condemn, also, Antifa,” said Trump, referring to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. “Antifa is a horrible group of people. They kill people. They — what they do to people — and they’re causing insurrection. They’re causing riots.”
Trump is pointing to a double standard: He has condemned white supremacists and related groups repeatedly throughout his presidency and even before, yet Biden will not condemn the violence being wrought in U.S. cities by Antifa.
The president also noted that the cities being driven into the ground by Antifa and other rioters are run by Democrat mayors. This isn’t by coincidence and it is why Biden has said very little about radical left-wing groups causing chaos.
But November 3 is coming. Americans will have a choice to make between law and order with Trump or the painful road to Marxism under Biden. Trump is for all Americans, while Biden is for his puppet masters in the Democratic Party.
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