Donald Trump calls anti-nazis ‘anti-police’

This 19 August 2017 video from the USA is called Boston anti-nazi protest parade.

By Jake Johnson in the USA:

Saturday, August 19, 2017

‘Blatant Smear’: Trump Attacks Boston Anti-Racism Demonstrators as ‘Anti-Police Agitators’

“Again, this man attacks anti-Nazi protesters. He’s determined to create a culture war in America to distract from his unethical failures.”

After declaring during a press conference on Tuesday that there were many “very fine people” in attendance at the white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend, President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to launch an attack on the thousands of anti-racist demonstrators in Boston, labeling them “anti-police agitators.”

8 thoughts on “Donald Trump calls anti-nazis ‘anti-police’

  1. This is what I hear:
    “No Trump, No KKK, No Fascists, USA.”
    “Whose streets?” “Our streets!”
    “Hey, hey, ho ho, white supremacy’s got to go!”
    “Love Trumps Hate!”
    No one was opposing the police, except that Black Lives Matter wants authorities to stop killing black people. That still seems like a reasonable request to me.


  2. Monday night, Speaker Paul Ryan will appear on a CNN town hall.1 This is our chance to ask: what will he do to hold Trump accountable for supporting white supremacists and neo-Nazis?

    Since the horrifying attack in Charlottesville, Speaker Ryan has condemned neo-Nazis–but just saying they’re bad, while the president defends them, is not enough.2 Trump has been stoking white supremacist violence since he started running for office and Republicans have only enabled his racist agenda. If Speaker Ryan is against the hate and violence we saw in Charlottesville, he must take action to stop Trump now.

    The CNN town hall on Monday is a chance to make Speaker Ryan answer: after Charlottesville and the president’s horrific comments, what will he do to stop Trump? Can you tweet at CNN host Jake Tapper to make sure hard-hitting questions about white supremacy get asked at Monday’s townhall?

    Here are some sample tweets to get you started:

    .@JakeTapper @CNN ask @SpeakerRyan: Trump supports white supremacists. Tweets are not enough. Will Ryan take action? via @ultraviolet
    Will @SpeakerRyan be pushed to answer questions on #Charlottesville and Trump’s support for neo-Nazis? @JakeTapper @CNN via @ultraviolet
    .@JakeTapper It’s on @SpeakerRyan to stop Trump. What’s your plan to ensure Ryan answers Q’s about our racist President? via @ultraviolet


    –Nita, Shaunna, Kat, Karin, Adam, Holly, Kathy, Onyi, Susan, Anathea, Audine, Shannon, Emma, Pilar, Natalie, Melody, Pam, Lindsay, and Ryan, the UltraViolet team


    1. CNN to host Paul Ryan town hall in Wisconsin, CNN, August 14, 2017

    2. Republican leaders dance around President Trump’s Charlottesville remarks, PBS Newshour, August 17, 2017


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