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Joe Biden Launches His Campaign on the Lie That Trump Said Neo-Nazis Were “Very Fine People”

Trump never referred to Charlottesville racists as “very fine people” – he specifically condemned them.

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Joe Biden launched his presidential campaign on the proven lie that Donald Trump said Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville were “very fine people”.

“He said there were, quote, ‘Some very fine people on both sides,’” said Biden in his campaign video. “Very fine people on both sides? With those words the president of the United States assigned a moral equivalence between those spreading hate and those with the courage to stand against it and in that moment I knew the threat to this nation was unlike any other I’d seen in my lifetime,” added the former Vice President.

However, as is manifestly provable, Trump never referred to neo-nazis as “very fine people” and openly condemned them on numerous occasions.

The hoax is based on the president’s Trump Tower press conference when he was asked to respond to the tragic events in Charlottesville.

“Excuse me, they didn’t put themselves down as neo-Nazis, and you had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides,” said Trump, before making it clear that he was referring to people protesting against the removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee,” not alt-right white supremacists who subsequently hijacked the demonstration.

Trump specifically went on to condemn the alt-right mob and made it clear he was not referring to them with his “very fine people” line.

“I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and white nationalists because they should be condemned totally,” said Trump in the same press conference.

“Trump made clear several times during the conference that he was referring specifically to those who had showed up to demonstrate against the statue’s removal and that he otherwise condemned the white supremacists,” writes the Washington Examiner’s Eddie Scarry.

Real Clear Politics’ Steve Cortes also carefully explains in his article how, “Despite the clear evidence of Trump’s statements regarding Charlottesville, major media figures insist on spreading the calumny that Trump called neo-Nazis “fine people.” The only explanation for such a repeated falsehood is abject laziness or willful deception.”

Trump never referred to neo-nazis as “very fine people” and specifically condemned them on multiple occasions.

The entire foundation of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is built on a proven hoax.

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Video: German Leftists Applaud Death Threats Against AfD

Audience claps and whoops with delight.

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Video from a political debate television round table shows German leftists in the audience applauding death threats made against the right-wing AfD party.

During the show, chairman of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party Frank Magnitz was asked why his party had underperformed in Bremen compared to success in other parts of the country.

Back in January, Magnitz himself was viciously attacked by three unknown assailants in Bremen and was left fighting for his life after suffering a gaping head wound.

Magnitz explained that Bremen is politically difficult for the AfD party because of repeated threats made against its members in the area.

“This afternoon I received news that we will have to cancel our last three election events that we planned from now up until the end of our campaign,” said Magnitz.

“The reason is very simple….because the owner no longer wanted to rent it out to us because he received death threats,” he added.

In response to this, numerous members of the audience began enthusiastically whooping and clapping.

“It is clear from the reactions here how horrible the political discourse is,” said Magnitz

The host of the show then accused Magnitz of playing the victim, prompting another guest to remark, “Maybe it has more to do with your kind of politics”.

To make the situation even more absurd, one of the applauding audience members is wearing a sweatshirt on which is written the words “always be kind”.

Several AfD offices in Germany have also been bombed or suffered other attacks since the party came to prominence.

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Paul Joseph Watson Predicts His Future

Brand new film eerily foresaw social media purge.

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A brand new film out on Wednesday predicted the ban hammer of social media censorship that intensified last week.

The documentary – You Can’t Watch This – features many of the personalities that Facebook listed as “dangerous persons” and deplatformed.

Will the fight to be heard online become the new civil rights cause of the early 21st century or will dissident voices be silenced forever?

Show your support by pre-ordering the film at http://censoredmovie.com – it drops on May 15th.

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Populist Leader Stuns Elite: “Danes Are En Route to Becoming a Minority in Their Own Country”

Prime Minister shocked in response to comments.

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Populist leader Rasmus Paludan stunned the political elite during a live debate when he warned, “Danes are en route to becoming a minority in their own country” by 2040.

Paludan is a Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist who leads the Stram Kurs (Hard Line) party.

The statement was made during an election debate where Paludan shared the debate platform with Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who looked shocked that Paludan would dare say such a thing.

“They talk about this as if this was not a very big problem,” said Paludan.

“The great replacement, denotes that Muslims, who don’t belong here, marry very early and get a lot of children, Danes marry late and get very few children,” he added.

“He has not understood what is happening before his very eyes….if these conditions continue, Danes are en route to becoming a minority in their own country,” said Paludan, adding, “And that won’t be fun for you or me!”

The rest of the debate participants from the establishment parties looked completely stunned while Paludan made the statement.

Paludan has gone from being a minor nuisance to an actual political force as a result of laws that mandate he is allowed to participate in political debates having collected enough signatures for his party.

The Danish election will take place next month on June 5.

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