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Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists — And Torched The Constitution

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

How NRA’s true believers converted a marksmanship group into a mighty gun lobby

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
 

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.

ANTIFA has been committing acts of political violence against right wing rallies in this country at least since election season. Dana Loesch wasn't making these videos prior to this being a common occurrence. Therefore, you know who is just as responsible for causing right wingers across the spectrum (including but not limited to the actual extremists) to bring guns to rallies? THE VIOLENT LEFT.
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
Here's what it means, run hide from this now ...

State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.

Police Stood By As Mayhem Mounted in Charlottesville
 

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.

ANTIFA has been committing acts of political violence against right wing rallies in this country at least since election season. Dana Loesch wasn't making these videos prior to this being a common occurrence. Therefore, you know who is just as responsible for causing right wingers across the spectrum (including but not limited to the actual extremists) to bring guns to rallies? THE VIOLENT LEFT.
Let us know whe they show up with firearms and murder someone, K?
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?

Ask Mueller. He's quietly taking care of business. He'll let you know when the time comes...


"Yes Sir, Mr. President! Your toast and jelly and hot tea will be ready in just a minute!"
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
Here's what it means, run hide from this now ...

State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.

Police Stood By As Mayhem Mounted in Charlottesville
-------------------------------------------------------------------- were any shots fired by anyone at Charlottesville Fenton ??
 

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JFK was a life member of the NRA and his father was fired as ambassador to the U.K. for his support of Hitler. We never knew it because the media took sides in the political debate early in the 20th century. Barry Hussein's political mentor was a domestic terrorist who terrorized Americans with bombs for the better part of a decade but the media tended to downplay Hussein's association with Bill Ayers. It's interesting that the KKK was the political muscle for the democrat party for more than a century but left wing media propaganda machine connects the NRA with neo-nazis. It's nothing new in the political game and most people are too smart to fall for it and it is indicative of the left wing desperation.
 

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

How NRA’s true believers converted a marksmanship group into a mighty gun lobby

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.

and there's not a god damned thing you can do about it
 
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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
Here's what it means, run hide from this now ...

State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.

Police Stood By As Mayhem Mounted in Charlottesville
-------------------------------------------------------------------- were any shots fired by anyone at Charlottesville Fenton ??

Guns were drawn and pointed - but the ISIS-type vehicle attack did the killing.
 

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i think that anyone can legally carry firearms at any time in Virginia can;t they Fenton . Cops had firearms , if dem governor mcaulife or if the mayor was there they had bodyguards that had guns Fenton , didn't they ??
 
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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

How NRA’s true believers converted a marksmanship group into a mighty gun lobby

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.

and there's not a god damned thing you can do about it

Sure there is - but it takes time.
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
Here's what it means, run hide from this now ...

State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.

Police Stood By As Mayhem Mounted in Charlottesville
-------------------------------------------------------------------- were any shots fired by anyone at Charlottesville Fenton ??

Guns were drawn and pointed - but the ISIS-type vehicle attack did the killing.
----------------------------------------------------------------- THANKS , so the GUNS caused no problems then eh Lakota or Fenton ??
 

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

How NRA’s true believers converted a marksmanship group into a mighty gun lobby

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.

and there's not a god damned thing you can do about it

Sure there is - but it takes time.


about 8 years
 

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why didn't the police do their jobs and keep the legally permitted 'nazi' demonstrators and the unpermitted antifa hooligans separated Lakhota ??
 

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So does this mean the Russian thing isn't working out chief itchypeehole?
Here's what it means, run hide from this now ...

State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.

Police Stood By As Mayhem Mounted in Charlottesville
-------------------------------------------------------------------- were any shots fired by anyone at Charlottesville Fenton ??

Guns were drawn and pointed - but the ISIS-type vehicle attack did the killing.
Those screeching the loudest know full well what happened, it must be rationalized, that has always been america. NaziKlaner white supremacists came armed for a brawl and the power structure stood back and watched. The disparity between how the system handled this event versus the Ferguson event is intuitively obvious to even the most casual of observers.

Those ok with this MUST rationalize it to the point of insanity. This is simply how america works
 

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Trump has officially, publicly, overtly aligned himself with white supremacists. And through their silence and willingness to arm bigots, the NRA stands with him.

Like many Americans, I was shaken by the events that unfolded last weekend in my home state. In Charlottesville, we saw hate in its purest and most repulsive form. We saw white supremacists carrying torches and screaming. We saw Nazis and members of the KKK vowing to “...fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.” We saw dangerous men carrying assault rifles ― a despicable intimidation tactic. We saw violence and, tragically, we saw death.

We waited for Donald Trump to condemn the hatred and violence that transpired in his name. But we came up empty. When we looked to Trump for a repudiation of hatred, he gave us hatred in return. His remarks on Saturday and Tuesday were disgusting. His embrace of white nationalism and violence was bone-chilling.

But, unfortunately, we should not be surprised.

Recent videos and statements by Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch have encouraged NRA members to fight back against the so-called “violent left” ― a concept Trump hasamplified. Trump and the NRA have given hate groups a green light for action; so it should come as no surprise that hundreds of their supporters showed up in Charlottesville outfitted for war.

The NRA has always encouraged taking up arms against their dissenters. During the Obama years, they advocated violence against the government. Now their primary ally isthe federal government. Their new solution is taking up arms against citizens ― “the resistance” ― those who don’t think like them, pray like them, or look like them. The solution has always been violence; the only thing that has changed is their target.

The NRA claims to be a defender of freedom. They claim to revere the Constitution. Donald Trump took an oath to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. He vowed to uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and the democratic institutions that our founders enshrined in that document. This week, he broke that oath.

And the NRA said nothing.

More: Trump And The NRA Armed White Supremacists -- And Torched The Constitution

How NRA’s true believers converted a marksmanship group into a mighty gun lobby

Shame on Trump! Shame on the NRA! I was once a proud NRA member until it was hijacked by radicals in 1977.
It goes well here too.

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why didn't the police do their jobs and keep the legally permitted 'nazi' demonstrators and the unpermitted antifa hooligans separated Lakhota ??
Because the NaziKlaners were armed and the police were ok with that.
 

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