#NeverTrump: Because He Refuses to Renounce Racists [VIDEOS]

#NeverTrump: Because He Refuses to Renounce Racists [VIDEOS]

#NeverTrump: Because He Refuses to Renounce Racists [VIDEOS]

Just when you thought Donald Trump couldn’t create a bigger s***storm than he already has, he shows up on ABC’s Meet the Press and tells Jake Tapper that he just can’t reject the support of racist groups. What’s more, he said he will ‘need to research’ white supremacy groups because he doesn’t know anything about them.

Here’s the video. You might want to watch this sitting down, because if you’re a thinking, rational American you will be utterly shocked at what you’re about to witness.

There are four explanations about Trump that can be deduced from those statements:

  • Trump is ignorant of history, particularly of the Ku Klux Klan. He is truly mindless of the very existence of racist groups that thrive on hatred of other persons who don’t look like them. If he’s that obtuse, then he doesn’t belong in the White House.
  • He’s lying about his ignorance. Why, look, he is indeed lying about having no knowledge of the aforementioned David Duke. He supposedly renounced him in 2000. He lies about him now.


  •   He is not repelled by the history, creeds, and activities of racist groups. Having a complete lack of a moral compass, Trump is more than happy to embrace the support of some of most nefarious groups in the nation.
  •  A combination of the final two points.

Then, to add more fuel to the Trump s***storm, The Donald was caught retweeting a quote by the fascist dictator Mussolini, which was placed by Gawker under the parody account @ilduce2016:

To which conservative writer Byron York asked:

But Trump defended the quote!


So I ask you, Trump supporters — or Trumpbots, or Trumpkins, or Trumpers, or my personal favorite, Trumpa-loompas — why do you support this man? I know, I know: He’s going to make America great again!  No he won’t. He’s turning the nation into a clown car. A laughing stock.

He’s going to build a wall to keep out the illegals — and make Mexico pay for it! No he won’t. Why should he deny himself and his fellow corporatists the cheap labor they use?

He’s a strong leader! Right. The twentieth century was rife with “strong leaders.” Vladimir Lenin, Russia, 1917. Benito Mussolini, Italy, 1922. Adolph Hitler, Germany, 1933. Mao Zedong, China, 1945. Kim dynasty, North Korea, 1948 – God Knows When. How’d that work out for the freedoms of the people of those nations?

Stop. Step away from the Trump. This nation is far more beloved to us patriotic, freedom-loving Americans than to risk the ascension of an ignorant, lying, racist, megalomaniac to the highest reaches of power. You’re being duped. And stop with the Hillary threat. Seriously, ask yourselves — what is the difference?

We deserve better. Much, much better. And it’s not too late.

UPDATE: Sen. Ted Cruz took down The Donald with a tweet condemning his lack of condemnation for racist groups.

Trump responded with a half-baked concession that included a gif of a “disavowal” that sounded more annoyed than sincere.

Wait a minute — didn’t he tell Jake Tapper this morning that he didn’t know who David Duke was?  Busted!

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • Brat says:

    He really DID say in the 2nd vid…. “what difference does it make?…”

  • Wfjag says:

    Huey P. Long explained the support for people like Trump and Hil-liar-y. When told of an attack by a newspaper article, he asked if his name was spelled correctly: I don’t care what they say about me. In six months people won’t remember what they said. I only care if they spelled my name right, because people will remember the name. In Trump and Hil-liar-y, the leading candidates are supported because of name recognition, and not accomplishment. If you look at their records, The Donald is a Democrat, and Hil-liar-y is a doormat. However, they are famous.

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