Just like his father, Donald Trump Jr. loves to wallow in pity and complain that the world is against the president, completely overlooking the fact that the American head of state may have been elected illegitimately, with the assistance of the Russians.
Speaking recently at an annual fundraising event for Faulkner University, a private Christian institution in Alabama, Junior once again brought up his bigoted daddy’s comments right after the death of a woman at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, commenting:
“He condemned…the white nationalists and the left-wingers. That should not have been controversial, but it was.”
Actually, the president said there were “fine people” on both sides of the protests, meaning he was providing cover for neo-Nazis, members of the KKK, and the so-called “alt-right,” which is just another way of saying white supremacists.
Next, Junior decided to attack all left-wing protests, condemning those on the left as people who “hate their country” and “hate their religion,” adding:
“Hate speech’ is that America is a good country… that we need borders… anything that comes out of the mouth of the president… the moral teaching of the Bible.”
How ironic. The spawn of the most immoral man to ever hold the office of president is daring to talk about the teachings of the Bible.
Trump Jr. also made mention of James Hodgkinson, the man who shot at Republican lawmakers in June as they practiced for a Congressional baseball game:
“He went out looking for Republicans to kill, and we’re supposed to forget that.”
Near the end of his fiery oration, Junior also criticized anyone on the left who dares to disagree with his father, calling them “social justice warriors” and “Marxists,” who think:
“Everyone to the right of them is Hitler.”
Didn’t Hitler also try to divide Germany into warring factions so he could gain power and personally enrich himself at the expense of others? Well then, if the shoe fits, Donnie Junior, you and your crooked father are gonna have to wear it.
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