Donald Trump in Arizona, comments


This video from the USA says about itself:

Arizona Migrant Justice Activist: Pardon the Immigrants Arpaio Criminalized, not the Racist Sheriff

23 August 2017

Ahead of Trump’s speech in Phoenix on Tuesday, there was much speculation that Trump would pardon Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of contempt of court for defying an order to stop his deputies from detaining people on suspicion of being undocumented. While he didn’t pardon Arpaio on Tuesday, Trump hinted during his speech that a pardon would be coming soon. For more we speak with Francisca Porchas, organizing director of Puente Arizona, a grass-roots human rights movement for migrant justice.

This video from the USA says about itself:

Thousands Protest in Arizona as Trump Threatens Government Shutdown over Border Wall & Defends Charlottesville Remarks

23 August 2017

In a campaign rally in Phoenix on Tuesday night, President Donald Trump repeatedly defended his response to the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville as thousands of protesters who had gathered outside were attacked by police with tear gas and pepper balls. During his speech, Trump blasted the … media and also threatened a government shutdown if he didn’t get Congressional approval to build a wall along the southern border. For more we speak with Francisca Porchas, organizing director of Puente Arizona, a grass-roots human rights movement for migrant justice. Puente Arizona helped organize the main protest against Trump’s visit to Phoenix on Tuesday evening.

The Real Story Behind That ‘Blacks for Trump’ Guy At The Arizona Rally. Maurice Symonette pushes wild conspiracy theories and once followed a killer cult leader: here.

Trump once again attacked the Republican as well as the Democratic Party establishments and defended his pro-fascist statements following the neo-Nazi rampage in Charlottesville, Virginia. The rambling 77-minute speech made clear that the removal of Bannon and consolidation of Pentagon and Wall Street control over the administration will not halt Trump’s efforts to build an extra-parliamentary, fascistic base of support: here.

A recent survey conducted by the Washington Post and ABC finds that while the majority of people think it’s unacceptable to hold white supremacist views, nine per cent say such views are acceptable – which is the equivalent to 22 million Americans: here.

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  2. Protesters carried pictures of Mr Trump with a Hitler moustache in protest at his comments in which he blamed “both sides” for the violence at the Charlottesville march where anti-fascist protester Heather Heyer was killed.

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton had unsuccessfully called on the president not to hold the rally there so soon after the violence.

    Inside the arena Mr Trump went on a 72-minute rant in which he repeatedly attacked the media, defended his comments in response to Charlottesville and even threatened to shut down the government if it didn’t cough up the funds for his border wall with Mexico.

    Yesterday, the president and his supporters were berated for posting fake pictures on social media exaggerating the size of the crowd at the rally.

    The images actually showed crowds that had turned out for a championship parade for the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team.

    http://morningstaronline.co.uk/a-6b3a-Rubber-bullets-fired-at-Trump-rally-protesters#.WZ8DBsZpwdU

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