To my surprise, on Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” the usually thoughtful Kennedy said about President Trump’s reaction to the Charlottesville violence, “If he had said the right words, we wouldn’t be talking about this.” Sorry, Kennedy, but you’re wrong. No matter what Trump would have said, the left, as well as the FNM and establishment sewer rats in the Republican Party, would have found fault with it.
That said, what most people have missed in this ugly story is that while hysteriacs in the FNM scream relentlessly that “there is only one side to this” (i.e., that white supremacists were the only ones resorting to violence in Charlottesville), the actual facts tell a much different story.
Let’s get this out on the table once and for all without fear of ugly backlash: White supremacists are hateful and potentially dangerous, to be sure, but, fortunately, they are relatively few in number. Consider that out of a population of 330 million, the white supremacists in Charlottesville attracted only about 500 like-minded people.
The other major fact that the FNM is totally ignoring is that it’s the Radical Left, not the right, that resorts to violence on a regular basis, as seen in Ferguson, Baltimore, Berkeley, and elsewhere throughout the United States. It’s not surprising then that they were more than happy to engage in battle the right-wing protesters in Charlottesville.
Numerous pundits have pounced on the FNM talking point that putting the Radical Left on the same moral plane as white supremacists is outrageous. In the words of fearless truth-teller David Webb, such a contention is intellectual cowardice at its worst.
The whole thing is an attempt to do what the Radical Left does best — intimidate those people with opposing views into silence. Of course the Radical Left is just as bad as white supremacists. Why are so many people afraid to admit something that is so clearly supported by the raw facts? Doing so doesn’t mean that you support white supremacists, only that you are being honest.
As I have repeatedly stated, violence is the most prominent trademark of the Radical Left, not only in the United States, but throughout the world. The one thing that makes these angry folks worse than white supremacists, if that’s possible, is that they put their hatred on display 365 days a year.
By contrast, white supremacists, despicable as they may be, are so pathetic and so small in numbers that, as much as the FNM would like us to believe otherwise, right-wing violence is, thankfully, exceedingly rare in America.
So I guess you could say that the one good thing that came out of the Charlottesville melee is that it reminded thinking people — repeat, thinking people — that white supremacists are not a serious threat to Americans. If they were, this single event would not have received such over-the-top coverage. It’s precisely because we don’t hear much from this loathsome group of losers that the Charlottesville brawl was such big news.
The truth be known, the Radical Left has been hoping for a showdown like Charlottesville for a long time. The tragic Oklahoma City bombing of a federal building more than two decades ago, as horrific as it was, has grown stale, and the Radical Left has desperately needed a violent event instigated by right-wing extremists.
I should point out here the obvious fact that white supremacist groups do not represent conservative values. True conservatives stand unequivocally against violence, regardless of who perpetrates it, and believe in free speech for everyone. By contrast, the Radical Left openly advocates violence and actively tries to shut down speakers with whom it disagrees.
As to Donald Trump, he’s been in the public spotlight for more than four decades, and during that time there has never been a hint of bigotry attributed to him — i.e., not until he did the unthinkable and became a president intent on draining the swamp in Washington. For committing such an unforgivable sin, he is now compared to Adolf Hitler and Kim Jong-un.
All this is once again a reminder of the overarching problem when it comes to racism —identity politics, which is a cowardly tool the Radical Left never tires of using. It’s also important to understand that the key to the success of the Radical Left when it comes to identity politics is the support it receives from Republican toadies like Marco Rubio, John McCain, Mitch McConnell, and Paul Ryan. If Republicans had the moral courage to hang together like the Democrats do, identity politics would be overwhelmed and buried under the facts.
Disgusting is the only way I can describe the total disregard for the facts surrounding Charlottesville by the FNM, toady Republicans, and, of course, all liberals. The FNM has reached yet another new low in its false portrayal of the Charlottesville rioting and Donald Trump’s response to it, and it is yet another example of The Big Lie that Joseph Goebbels so openly spoke about:
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
Goebbels would have loved the big lie that is being perpetuated about Charlottesville. David Webb had it right when he used the term “intellectual cowardice,” because it perfectly describes the immoral folks who are pushing a false narrative about the violence in Charlottesville — the same folks who gave us that never-to-be-forgotten whopper, “Hands up, don’t shoot.”