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Once Again And Forever, Violence Is Trump’s Fault

So the Democrat Governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and the Democrat Mayor of Charlottesville, Mike Signer, were both aware of the possibility of violence when a white supremacist group planned a demonstration in Charlottesville, and neither of them took adequate precautions to avoid trouble, and the inevitable happened: people got killed.

The next thing that happened was also inevitable: President Trump gets blamed for the violence in a Democrat-controlled city.

It’s convenient for Democrats to forget that under the Obama administration the United States, from border to border and coast to coast, was plagued with police officer assassinations spurred and celebrated by the Black Lives Matter group, and was there any blame placed on Obama for this national disease? Of course not.

But what did Obama do to stop the police assassinations that plagued his administration? He held a little party in the White House to congratulate the Black Lives Matters group for helping him to “fundamentally transform America” with their racist acts and parades. And then his Department of Justice nationalized many American city police departments, because, don’t you see, it was the police officers who were causing the problems across the country, not the BLM group and other leftist radical extremists.

One hears that the Charlottesville problem was caused by Nazi-pretend groups. But one must remember that the Nazis were leftist, extremist groups who wanted government control over all industry and over all healthcare, just like America’s Democrat Party wants such control. And also don’t forget that blocked school-house doors in Alabama, the dogs used to control protesters in Selma, and the KKK hoods seen all over the south, and all were under the political control of Democrats, so let the truth be known, and let the chips fall where they may.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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