In Desperate Attack on Clinton, Trump Basically Admits White Supremacists & Neo-Nazis Represent Him

While there are many words and phrases we can use to describe Donald Trump, a “bumbling idiot who lacks any and all self-awareness” is a phrase that I think fits perfectly. I’ve joked several times before that he’s the only presidential candidate I can remember who I believe could start WWIII by accident because he’s simply too stupid to realize what he’s saying or doing half the time.



If you really want some great insight into what a moron he is, just follow him on Twitter.

Take for instance this tweet he sent out on Sunday after news broke that a GOP office in North Carolina had been firebombed and vandalized:

Keep in mind that when he said this nobody had any idea who did this, or who they actually support for president (just because they’re apparently anti-Republican doesn’t mean they’re pro-Clinton), yet that didn’t stop Trump from sending that tweet out trying to politicize this attack.

But for the sake of argument, let’s say the person/people responsible for this do support Clinton. What Trump literally said in this tweet is that any and all lowlifes who support Hillary Clinton for president are “representing” her.

Okay, let’s go with that, shall we?

Well, then using his own “logic,” that also means that a lowlife like former Grand Wizard of the KKK David Duke, numerous white supremacist groups and neo-Nazis represent Donald Trump.

Furthermore, Trump’s then also represented and responsible for people like:

The list goes on and on.



So, if that’s how Trump wants to play it, that’s fine. If Hillary Clinton is “represented” by every bottom-feeder who supports her (even though we still have no idea if the people who did this firebombing in North Carolina support Clinton), then Trump’s “represented” by every scumbag, criminal, racist, bigot and neo-Nazi who supports him.

That means every racist in the KKK, every neo-Nazi who still proudly wear swastikas out in public, and every vile, wretched human being who’s been inspired by his special brand of hate, paranoia and pandering to white nationalism — according to his own words — is representing Donald Trump.

Ultimately, in Trump’s sad attempt to attack Clinton with what happened in North Carolina, all he really did was prove how deplorable his supporters are and admit that they represent who he is and what type of campaign he’s running.




Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.

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  • ORAXX

    There was a name for this crowd, back in the early 1930’s. They called them the ‘brown shirts’.

    • DonK_BGD

      If the Trumpocalypse is shat upon America, and the world, they’ll be called the orange shirts. Or the pussy-bow shirts.