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December 03, 2023
Narrative BUSTED: Watch as the Trump "very fine people" hoax gets called out on Bill Maher's show
Of all the media lies about Donald Trump, none have stuck more than "very fine people." To recap, in 2017, there was a clash between white supremacists and counter-protesters over whether or not the Jews were going to replace anyone. One woman died when she was hit by a truck. It was what Joe Biden claims motivated him to run for president.
Everyone knows Donald Trump said there were "very fine people on both sides" while ignoring a key sentence that came after. We'll get to that in a second.
On Bill Maher's show, he brought up the progressive-led pro-Hamas rallies that have been taking place ever since the October 7th terror attack on Israel. There has been a "Charlottesville" every day in America since. But it's progressives chanting about the elimination of Jews, so neither the media nor the White House cares that much.
Maher pointed out that he AGREED with Donald Trump that kids needed to be taught to love their country, pointing to the leftist indoctrination causing progressive support for Hamas. Democrat strategist James Carville, instead of admitting Maher had a point, brought up 2017's "very fine people" as a deflection. As if saying "very fine people" once excuses Carville's colleagues screaming "from the river to the sea..." multiple times daily.
Then Dave Rubin spoke: "A sentence later, [Trump] said, 'I'm not talking about the white supremacists or the neo nazis."
Carville had no response.
Louder with Crowder have been screaming about this for YEARS! In 2020, Crowder took to the streets to see how aware your average voter is of Trump's many denunciations of white supremacy. He wanted to see whether this context changed anyone's opinion on Trump's "fine people on both sides" comments.
MYTH BUSTED: Did Trump Praise Nazis as “Very Fine People”? | Louder with Crowderwww.youtube.com
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