The former Secretary of State did not definitively call Trump a white supremacist, but it's rather stunning that she refused to say he isn't.
This is the kind of unhinged and crackpot rhetoric that is common on Info Wars, but it has no place in American government.
Congress just sent President Trump a resolution forcing him to condemn and use all available resources to address white nationalists, neo Nazis, KKK, and other Charlottsville type hate groups.
Frank Ancona once told Anonymous "You'll be strung up next to the chimps" was shot as he slept and his body dumped on the banks of a river
David Duke said, "Bravo President Trump! Some great first steps. We’re on the way, folks, to taking America back."
Duke says the GOP is a 'big tent,' apparently because it includes those those who are "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic"
If you're keeping score at home, both candidates on the Republican ticket have now refused to make quick and forceful condemnations of a known and proud white supremacist.
The fallout from Donald Trump's refusal to disavow the support of David Duke and the KKK has been so severe that MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said that the Republican frontrunner has disqualified himself from the White House.
Using the ISIS playbook, Trump has become, for the KKK "the greatest thing to happen to white supremacists," likely since legalized lynching
Everything bad about America that the rest of the world sees increasing, and Americans feel, is purely Republican and it is truly pathetic
It is a sad commentary that a man of President Obama's stature, intelligence, and even-keeled resolve has been the subject of such rancid racism in a country like the United States.
In case you were wondering how far some people want to take America back to, the KKK in Harmony, NC is inviting white people to an 'old fashioned' cross burning.
Barack Obama’s successes have left Republicans little option but to attack him for being an African American.