No, he didn't. He's no more referring to the Nazi/skinheads/kkk any more than he's was referring to Antifa, the anti-fascist fascists and BLM, the racist hate group. It's very clear he's referring to the passive, non-violent protesters on both sides who were attending on the sidelines.
As usual, lies and deceit rule the day with the author of this post.
That was easy, give me something difficult.
No, he didn't.
Yeah he did.
He's no more referring to the Nazi/skinheads/kkk any more than he's was referring to Antifa
Except Antifa aren't on the extreme far right and didn't murder anybody at Charlottesville. So pretty much the opposite of what you say.
the anti-fascist fascists
Oh, the anti-fascist fascists? Lmao. Tell us more about that, you corrupt little halfwit. While you're there tell us the story about the anti-gay gays and the pink flying elephants. You must genuinely believe the average adult has the mind of a four year old.
Side: But Mein Frankfurter
Your deliberate use of Nazi propaganda techniques is very convenient for exposing your fascism further. Or should I say fuhrer?
'Lügenpresse,' the Nazi-era predecessor to Trump's 'fake news'
Politifact fact check: 5 pinnochios
Side: But Mein Frankfurter
LMAO. The very first paragraph of your link:-
Reporter: "Let me ask you, Mr. President, why did you wait so long to blast neo-Nazis?"
Trump: "I didn’t wait long. I didn’t wait long."
Reporter: "Forty-eight hours."
Lol. You Nazi bastards are comical. Fucking comical.
the mother of the murdered Charlottesville protestor thanked Trump
Did she thank him for praising Nazis? Because otherwise your comment is irrelevant. Here is a story about the women who loved Hitler:-
Therefore Hitler was good. That's your argument. And, like everything else which ever leaves your immoral little mouth, it's stupid.
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