Thereâ€™s no other way to put it: the President of the United States refused to disavow white supremacists on the debate stage last night. pic.twitter.com/Q3VZTW1vUV
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) September 30, 2020
The democrat party left is systematically using its control of the media to fabricate a completely imaginary racist and dangerously violent right-wing movement supporting Donald Trump and poised to initiate street combat at his command.
It’s total bullshit, designed to establish a kind of co-equal guilt and responsibility on the part of Trump and his Republican supporters for all the violence and destruction going on all over the country at the hands of BLM and ANTIFA thugs. This is nothing other than the classic Big Lie. But note how Biden even shamelessly references Kyle Rittenhouse as a case of “White Supremacism.”
Ann Coulter marvels:
After four months of looting, arson, window breaking, vandalism, intimidation, physical assaults, stabbings and shootings by Black Lives Matter and antifa, the first thing on the mediaâ€™s mind is â€¦ getting Trump to condemn â€œwhite supremacistsâ€!
It would be as if, on the morning after Pearl Harbor, the League of Nations demanded that FDR condemn American aggression in the Pacific.
Why on earth was Trump being badgered by both debate moderator Chris Wallace and Democratic nominee Joe Biden to denounce â€œwhite supremacyâ€? And why wasnâ€™t Biden ever asked to condemn the nonstop violence by antifa that actually has been consuming the country for more than 100 nights now?
Evita Duffy, at the Federalist:
If Chris Wallaceâ€™s goal during Tuesday nightâ€™s debate was to deflect from the months of left-wing violence from Black Lives Matter extremists and Antifa and instead blame it on President Donald Trump and his supporters, he did an excellent job.
â€œYou have repeatedly criticized the vice president for not specifically calling out Antifa and other left-wing extremist groups,â€ Wallace, the debate moderator, said to Trump. â€œBut are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups, and to say that they need to stand down and not add to the violence in a number of these cities, as we saw in Kenosha and as weâ€™ve seen in Portland?â€
Ignoring for a moment that Trumpâ€™s criticism of Joe Biden was absolutely warranted and that Wallace asked Trump to condemn white supremacists but did not ask Biden to condemn Black Lives Matter arsonists and looters, the question itself was specious. The violence in Kenosha was spurred by left-wing extremist groups, not white supremacists. We know â€” because we were there. …
Wednesday it was announced Rittenhouse is pursuing a libel case against Biden and his campaign for the advertisement suggesting he is a white supremacist. Rittenhouseâ€™s attorney, Lin Wood, said he plans to â€œrip Joe into shreds.â€
Not only was Wallaceâ€™s debate tactic dirty, but it is factually wrong to say the violence and destruction that consumed Kenosha was spawned by â€œwhite supremacists,â€ given that the overwhelming majority of arrests were of left-wing rioters. …
Many voters and residents of these torn cities arenâ€™t buying it. â€œYouâ€™re telling me youâ€™re going to burn down my neighborhood?â€ Valerie, a 25-year-old black woman and former Democrat from the inner city of Milwaukee, told the Federalist in Kenosha of Black Lives Matter. â€œNo, I donâ€™t want to be a Democrat anymore.â€
So MSNBC can keep standing in front of burning cities and calling them â€œmostly peacefulâ€ protests, and Chris Wallace can keep pretending the right is to blame for the violence. But we were in Kenosha. We talked to people on the ground. Voters know who the peaceful protesters are and who the rioters are.