Congress Demands Trump Fire his ‘White Supremacist’ Advisers

According to leaders of four minority House caucus groups President Trump has white supremacists on staff and they want them fired.

In a letter written to the president, heads of the black, Hispanic, Asian and progressive caucuses are demanding for the termination of White House staff aides Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Sebastian Gorka.

After the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a white supremacist rally, these groups believe the presence of these three administration officials is emboldening a resurgence of white supremacy in America.

“Americans deserve to know that white nationalists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis are not in a position to influence U.S. policy,” says the letter dated Monday. “In this time of tumult in our country, Americans deserve a leader that will bring us all together and denounce those who seek to tear us apart.”

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AKA… they are using the bullsh*t that happened this past weekend to get rid of people they don’t like in the Trump administration.

The biggest threat that they have against Trump and his staff is racism and bigotry. They aren’t letting this weekend’s past tragedy go to waste at all. Guess what though, the alt-right has NOTHING to do with being a conservative.

Earlier this week we reported on 7 things that need to be known about the alt-right and white supremacist’s terror attack.

Here is what was said:

After this past weekend’s violent clash between white supremacist alt-righters and Antifa groups, there is a lot that needs to be said. One woman was killed and 19 others were injured as a result of the conflict between the two groups.

People are starting to speculate that these white supremacists are being supported by the conservative movement, which can hardly be close to remotely true.

Ben Shapiro outlined some very key insights on everything that occurred this weekend. Here are a few of the main points he made:

1. The Alt-Right Is Not Conservative. One of the hottest takes from the Left is that the alt-right represents the entire right — that what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia represented conservatives broadly. That’s factually incorrect, and intellectually dishonest. The alt-right is not just conservatives who like memes or who dislike Paul Ryan. The alt-right is a philosophy of white supremacy and white nationalism espoused by the likes of Vox Day, Richard Spencer, and Jared Taylor.

Here’s Jared Taylor explaining the alt-right:

They openly acknowledge their antipathy for the Constitution and conservatism; they believe that strong centralized government is necessary to preserve “white civilization.” They label all their enemies “cucks” — men in favor of “race-mixing.” Here’s a solid guide to what the alt-right actually thinks.

So for all the liberals out there claiming conservatives are the cause for the alt-right movement, show them this.

Hopefully it will shut them up. Shapiro continues to point out that the alt-right isn’t as big as the media portrays them to be…

2. The Alt-Right Has Successfully Created The Impression There Are Lots Of Them. There Aren’t. Thanks to the hard work of alt-right apologists like Milo Yiannopoulos, the widespread perception has been created that the alt-right is a movement on the rise, with a fast-increasing number of devotees. The media have glommed onto the alt-right in order to smear the entire conservative movement with it. The alt-right is quite active online — according to the Anti-Defamation League, I was their top journalistic target in 2016, and I received nearly 8,000 anti-Semitic tweets during the election cycle — but they aren’t particularly large. They fill up comments sections at sites like Breitbart, and they email spam, and they prank call people, and they live on 4chan boards, but the vast majority of alt-right anti-Semitic tweets came from just 1,600 accounts.

Thanks, however, to their online vociferousness, they convinced members of the Trump campaign, apparently including the president, that it was important not to knock them.

They are a group of online trollers basically trying to make themselves look big.

If people would take a step back and breath, they would realize there is not a ‘racist majority’ in this country. We accept all people, just as long as they do not pose a threat to the security of our nation.

The alt-right and the Black Lives Matter/Antifa people certainly pose a threat.

4. The Car Attack Was An Act of Terrorism. The alt-right piece of human debris James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, apparently deliberately drove his vehicle into counterprotesters and Antifa members. That’s an act of political violence no different from the car attacks of Nice, France or Jerusalem or London Bridge. That’s terror.

Just like the car attack on Saturday was terror, so were the shootings of cops during the BLM protests in Dallas; among the other acts of violence they have committed.

5. Trump’s Unwillingness To Fight The Alt-Right Tooth And Nail Grows The Alt-Right. President Trump’s milquetoast statement has emboldened members of the alt-right. Here’s the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer: “He outright refused to disavow. People saying he cucked are shills and kikes. He did the opposite of cuck. He refused to even mention anything to do with us. When reporters were screaming at him about White Nationalism he just walked out of the room.” That account may be unfair to Trump. But it’s what white nationalists are reading. They see Trump as a useful figure. David Duke said as much at the rally: “This represents a turning point for the people of this country. We are determined to take this country back. We’re gonna fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we believed in. That’s why we voted for Donald Trump because he said he’s going to take our country back.”

Shapiro has a point. Trump has come out condemning the violence in Charlottesville multiple times, however and aggressive approach would be better.

7. The Media’s Broad Misusage Of The Term Alt-Right Grows The Alt-Right. Some members of the Leftist media have attempted to term large swaths of the right “alt-right” — just last week, some idiots in the media attempted to lump me in with the alt-right because I thought Google was wrong to fire James Damore. I am, for the record, perhaps the loudest voice against the alt-right in America, and I openly and repeatedly criticized Trump for failing to condemn the alt-right. For some evidence, see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. There’s a lot more where that came from. But the media seek to paint the entire right with the alt-right brush, even though the alt-right hates the Constitutional conservative right. That drives otherwise reasonable people into thinking that perhaps they are alt-right — and then they, in knee-jerk fashion, defend the actual alt-right because they’re confused about definitions. The Left needs to stop this nonsense immediately.

Bingo! Can’t really add much more to this point.

Shapiro closes with this statement: Charlottesville, Sacramento, Berkeley — we’re watching a microcosmic re-enactment of Weimar Republic brownshirt-vs.-reds violence in real-time, complete with the same flags being flown. Just as then, some leadership condemning the evil of alt-right white supremacy, the viciousness of hard-left Marxism, and the violence anyone commits in violation of basic rights should be unceasing and thunderous.

It’s not.

And so the problem is likely to metastasize.

Don’t let people label you as alt-right. They are not conservatives, they are not Republicans, they are not libertarians.

It’s important to know the difference. Read Ben Shapiro‘s full list by clicking his name.


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