Democratic nominee Joe Biden, during the first presidential debate on Tuesday, dismissed Antifa as “an idea” when asked to condemn left-wing violent extremism – but that claim is highly disputed by Republicans and some who have covered them up-close, including the White House.
“Antifa’s an idea, not an organization,” Biden said during the debate in Ohio. “That’s what [Trump’s] FBI director said.”
But the mainstream media decided to focus on Trump’s stance and his refusal to call the “Proud Boys” white supremacists.
Chris Wallace demanded that President Trump denounce white supremacist violence in our streets. And Joe Biden added that Trump needed to condemn the white supremacist Proud Boys group.
Well, he shouldn’t call them that because they aren’t racist, if not during their last rally one of their main speakers was an African-American who likes to be called just American.
The head of Proud Boys Enrique Tarrio, an African-Hispanic American also told Sky News he did not see President Trump’s words during the presidential debate as an endorsement of his group, and that Joe Biden had made a “crucial mistake” in naming them as racists.
The Proud Boys are a left-leaning (pro-degeneracy) group of Civic-Nationalist types – not even “right-wing,” much less “white supreeeemacist.”
But glad the Left has moved the “naaaazziiii” line of demarcation so far left. It is already becoming the n-word for ALL “white” people – can call each other this in jest, now.