After an onslaught of unfair criticism, President Trump is finally receiving some positive feedback on his Charlottesville response.
Sheriff Clarke is joined by Larry Elder and Deroy Murdock to discuss the events in Charlottesville and Trump’s statement, to which the general consensus is that they all approve of the president’s message.
You hear that mainstream media?
Three black men all support Trump’s response!
The truth is, despite the media’s desperate attempts to portray President Trump as a racist, nothing could be farther from the truth.
Bernie Desperately Tries to Backtrack Blaming Trump for Charlottesville
Just yesterday, Bernie Sanders unequivocally blamed Trump for the events in Charlottesville, and accused him of “sending out” racists and Neo-Nazis.
But now, Bernie is desperately trying to backtrack his comments and has already deleted two of his tweets.
His comments did not go unnoticed, and serve as further proof that the left will use any event, no matter how tragic, in an attempt to push their narrative and agenda.
Nice try Bernie, but there’s this little thing called “screenshot” that you might’ve missed…
From The Daily Caller
Sanders indicated in an interview with reporters that Trump bears responsibility for the violence because he previously has not condemned white nationalists as strongly as Sanders would have liked. Sanders also posted — and then immediately deleted — a pair of tweets blaming Trump both for Charlottesville and for white supremacy generally.
A subsequent Sanders tweet blamed Trump for “conjuring the behavior of white supremacists in this country.” That tweet, too, was immediately deleted.
A third tweet, which has not been deleted and remains on Twitter, is captioned: “The message President Trump sent out to racists and Neo-Nazis all over the country this past weekend is this is okay.”
The message President Trump sent out to racists and Neo-Nazis all over the country this past weekend is this is okay. pic.twitter.com/k7o161yzuU
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) August 14, 2017