Stop The Violence {Video} President Trump Condemn White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis KKK After Woman Killed During Protest To Stop Racism

Published On August 12, 2017 | By admin | Local & Worldwide News

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump bowed on Monday to overwhelming pressure that he personally condemn white supremacists who incited bloody demonstrations in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, labeling their racists views “evil” after two days of equivocal statements.

“Racism is evil,” said Mr. Trump, delivering a statement from the White House at a hastily arranged appearance meant to halt the growing political threat posed by the situation. “And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the K.K.K., neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.”

Yet even Mr. Trump’s allies worried that his measured remarks, delivered two days after dozens of public figures issued more forceful denunciations, came too late to reverse the self-inflicted damage on his moral standing as president.

 

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(As of August 12th, 2017)

A mob of HUNDREDS of white supremacists, neo-nazis, and alt-right descended upon the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville, Virginia carrying torches and shouting “You will not replace us!” according to DailyProgress.

Let’s be totally clear about one thing, racism NEVER died. Likely never will, but this era of Donald Trump and band of merry bigots have emboldened these people in a way that we haven’t seen in quite some time.

The racist rally was sparked by the city of Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. from the ironically named Emancipation Park.

 

Anti-racist protesters shared a “beautiful” moment together before terror struck when a car plowed into the massive crowd of people demonstrating against a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. One person died and 19 others were injured in the incident.

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer announced the death on Twitter, hours after the governor declared a state of emergency. Hospital officials confirmed to The Associated Press the number of casualties. Fifteen other injuries were reported related to the rally, the City of Charlottesville said.

The victim who died was a 32-year-old female, Chief Al Thomas of the Charlottesville Police Department said at a news conference.

Following a morning of clashes, the white supremacists at the rally and counter-protesters began to clear out Saturday afternoon after police threatened arrests. Hundreds of counter-protesters had met together to oppose the white supremacist gathering, marching in solidarity with marginalized groups, chanting “Black Lives Matter!” among other slogans.

Moments later, a car plowed into the crowd, and bodies went flying. Please !! Stop the violence !!
One person was killed and 19 others were injured in the attack. 20-year-old James Alex Fields from Ohio has been arrested for the terrorism.

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