The media thinks that if they tell you enough times that you saw something or what you heard, that eventually you will believe you saw and heard it.
This is working with many people that aren’t paying close enough attention.
This could have not been more apparent than during and just following the violent attacks and actions that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12, 2017.
I have transcribed the statements and comments of the three main times that President Trump spoke out against the violence at Charlottesville. (I’ve added the comments he made about Charlottesville at the Phoenix, AZ rally he held on August 22, 2017.) This way you can better comprehend everything that he said without the edits and out of context narrative shifts.
First Statement- During the signing of an Executive Order on Veterans Affairs Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017
Here in this video is the first response that President Trump had to the Charlottesville Violence on that same day, while it was still happening.
Trump addresses Charlottesville clashes (full)
First President Trump thanks our veterans and shakes the hands of the ones that are present, because this presser was to talk about the new things that are being done to help out the Veterans Administration. The Trump Administration has done a lot to help our veterans and continues to do so. He then calls them “Great People.” And I think most of us can agree that they are.
He then goes back to the podium and says that he’s been closely following what has been happening in Charlottesville during that day. “The terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia.”
“WE CONDEMN IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS THIS EGREGIOUS DISPLAY OF HATRED, BIGOTRY, and VIOLENCE ON MANY SIDES.” He says again. “On many sides.”
(Now before I go any further, what about that statement says to you “I support the violent people that acted today??? Is it when he says, “MANY SIDES”? Because to me that statement means everyone that was taking part in the hatred, bigotry and violence is being condemned. Yes? YES! That should just be the end of the story, because yes we had at the very least two very hateful groups going after each other, and President Trump condemned all of the violence. The WHITE SUPREMACIST AND the ANTIFA. That is two sided folks.)
He then says, “This has been going on for a long time now in our country. Not Donald Trump. Not Barack Obama. This has been going on for a long long time.”
(Now is that a lie??? NO! Racism, hatred, bigotry, all of it has been around for a very long time. And the fact that he’s pointing it out, says that he is calling it out and condemning it. It’s got to stop!)
He continues, “It has no place in America. What is vital now is a swift restoration, of law and order and the protection of innocent lives. NO CITIZEN should ever fear for their safety and security, in our society and NO CHILD should ever be afraid to go outside and play or be with their parents and have a good time.”
(Ok, now where in that statement did he leave out the racists? Where in that statement was he only pointing fingers at a certain group and not the other? Where in that statement did he say white supremacists are right and everyone else is wrong? Nowhere, because it never happened that way. VERY FAKE NEWS wants you to believe that it did, so they will continue to tell you that it did, and eventually everyone now believes their lie. This is how they have been manipulating everyone from the start of this administration.)
President Trump goes on to say, “I just got off the phone with the governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and we agreed that the hate and the division, must stop. AND MUST STOP RIGHT NOW. We have to come TOGETHER as AMERICANS, with love for our nation, true affection, and really I say this strongly…. TRUE AFFECTION FOR EACH OTHER.”
(Ok again, where is the hate in these statements? IT’S NOT THERE!)
President Trump goes on to tout about how well our employment rate is, jobs are coming back and our economy is flourishing. He wants to stress that we have so many things to be thankful for in this great country. Besides he never misses an opportunity to gloat about the economy. The press never gives him credit, so he has to do it for them.
Then he says, “So when I watched Charlottesville, it’s very very sad.”
(This tells me that he has been watching the live streaming that I was watching. The videos from alternative media sources that showed the true events in real time that happened that day. The ones that showed MANY SIDES, that had haters from both sides as well as VERY FINE PEOPLE ON BOTH SIDES. The very fine people that were just there to peacefully protest their personal opinions about whether the statue in question should be taken down or not. It doesn’t make you a racist if you believe in preserving America’s history, the good as well as the bad. Just as well as it doesn’t make you a bad person to disagree with that. Those people were all exercising their freedom of speech and protest. Yes on both sides!)
President Trump continues his speech with, “I want to salute the great work of the state and local police in Virginia. Credible people. Law enforcement, credible people. And also the National Guard… They’ve really been working smart and working hard,…They’ve been doing a terrific job. Federal Authorities are also providing tremendous support to the governor. He thanked me for that. And we are here to provide whatever other assistance that is needed. We are ready willing and able.”
(All law enforcement was told to stand down at the start of the rally and that is why things were aloud to get out of hand. I’m not sure if President Trump knows that at this point.)
Then President Trump says this.
“Above all else, we must remember this truth. No matter our color, creed, religion or political party, WE ARE ALL AMERICANS FIRST. We love our country. We love our God. We love our flag. We are proud of our country. We are proud of who we are. So we want to get the situation straightened out in Charlottesville, and we want to study it. And we want to see what we are doing wrong as a country, where things like this can happen. My administration is restoring the sacred bonds of loyalty between this nation and its’ citizens. But our citizens, must also restore the bonds of trust, and loyalty, between ONE ANOTHER. We must love each other, respect each other and cherish our history, and our future together. So important. We have to respect each other. Ideally we have to LOVE EACH OTHER.” Then he goes on to honoring the veterans that came to the press conference and finished the reason for being there in the first place.
He ends the speech saying, “we are going to make America great for ALL OF THE PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY.”
(Please tell me where he was being divisive and nodding his head towards the KKK or whatever ridiculous thing that the media were saying that he did. Please show me the negativity is this speech because I can only see positivity and a call for love and unity.)
The Second Remarks Regarding Charlottesville
President Trump gave a speech about Charlottesville on the Monday after the violent rally took place there. He included remarks about the horrific violence and purposely called out the alt-right hate groups by name, because the media was having a field day with their white supremacy narrative.
Trump’s Monday speech about Charlottesville
The speech starts with President Trump touting all the accomplishments that his administration has done so far in his presidency.
He then says that he would like to provide and update on the events in Charlottesville.
“Based on the events that took place over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, I would like to provide the nation, with an update on the on going federal response, to the horrific attack and violence that was witnessed by everyone.”
“I just met with FBI Director Christopher Wray, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation, into the deadly car attack that killed one innocent American, and wounded 20 others. To anyone that acted criminally in this weekends racist violence, you will be held fully accountable. Justice will be delivered. As I said on Saturday, WE CONDEMN IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS, THIS EGREGIOUS DISPLAY OF HATRED BIGOTRY AND VIOLENCE. IT HAS NO PLACE IN AMERICA. And as I’ve said many times before, NO MATTER THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN, WE ALL LIVE UNDER THE SAME LAWS, WE ALL SALUTE THE SAME GREAT FLAG, AND WE ARE ALL MADE BY THE SAME ALMIGHTY GOD. We must love each other, show affection for each other, AND UNITE TOGETHER, IN CONDEMNATION OF HATRED BIGOTRY AND VIOLENCE. We must rediscover the bonds of love and loyalty that bring us together as Americans. RACISM IS EVIL. And those that cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, AND OTHER HATE GROUPS, that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans. We are a nation founded on the truth that ALL OF US ARE CREATED EQUAL. We are EQUAL in the eyes of our Creator. We are EQUAL UNDER THE LAW. AND WE ARE EQUAL UNDER OUR CONSTITUTION. Those that spread violence in the name of bigotry, strike at the very core of America.”
“Two days ago a young American woman, Heather Heyer was tragically killed. Her death fills us with grief and we send her family our thoughts, our prayers and our love. We also mourn the two Virginia State Troopers that died in service to their community their common wealth and their country. Troopers Jay Cullen and Berke Bates exemplify the very best of America. And our hearts go out to their families, their friends and every member of American law enforcement. The three fallen Americans embody the goodness and decency of our nation. In times such as these, America has always shown its true character responding to hate with love, division with unity and violence with an unwavering resolve for justice. As a candidate I promised to restore law and order to our country, and our federal law enforcement agencies are following through on that pledge. We will spare no resource in the fight so that every American child can grow up free from violence and fear. We will defend and protect the sacred rights of ALL AMERICANS and we will WORK TOGETHER so that EVERY CITIZEN in this blessed land is free to follow their dreams in their hearts,…and to express the love and joy in their souls. THANK YOU. GOD BLESS YOU. AND GOD BLESS AMERICA. Thank you very much.”
Next i have for you the Question Answer Session that he held the Tuesday following Charlottesville.
(This is the one that made everyone so upset because they were not hearing the exact words that they wanted to hear. They were not understanding what actually happened, who was at that event and what President Trump was talking about when he said “Very fine people.” They also left out that he said there were “very fine people on both sides.”)
As I said earlier, I’m sure president Trump was watching some of the live streams that I saw with “very fine people” FROM BOTH SIDES of the protest as well as the idiots that caused all the violence ON BOTH SIDES of the protest. But most liberals can’t wrap their heads around the fact that opposing the destruction of American history, no matter how ugly it is, does not make one a racist scum. The racist scum were the ones that were vocal about being white supremacists and were violent. Liberals also have a problem comprehending that Antifa is actually a fascist violent terrorist organization and that they come to protests looking for fights. This is why they bring weapons, and things they can throw, among other things that can hurt “their sworn enemies” the Nazis. They also label anyone that disagrees with them as a Nazi. Not to mention they carry around communist flags.
The following video is Trump Comments on August 15, 2017
Trump Tuesday after Charlottesville Press Conference, Answers Questions
President Trump gave a presser on Infrastructure, but as soon as the press was open to ask questions they went right to asking about Charlottesville. Of course.
After President Trump makes his speech on his new executive order on Infrastructure, he starts taking questions. The first question is on topic, however the next one, at 7:18, was – why he hadn’t condemned specific groups until 48 hours after the violent event.
Basically he was pounced on for not saying the exact words they wanted to hear, because he did condemn ALL VIOLENCE that happened that day, on the same day that it happened. They did not want to hear that there was violence on both sides and the narrative they were pushing is that the Left were there as noble civil rights defenders and every person there to protest the removal of the statue, is a racists bigot and needed to be called out by name. This is however not the truth.
President Trump answers the loaded question: “I didn’t wait long.” (x3) (He didn’t, as I said above, he called everyone out the same day.) He continues, “I wanted to make sure, unlike most politicians, that what I said, was correct. Not make a quick statement. The statement I made on Saturday, the first statement, was a fine statement.” (I agree. I don’t know how much clearer he could have been. Naming specific groups seems silly when you can just say all the violent groups and get it all at once. Why are they nit picking at something so stupid?)
President Trump explains: “You don’t make statements, that direct unless you know the fact[s]. It takes a little while to get the facts. YOU STILL don’t know the facts.” He says as he points to the fake news propaganda media, that was pushing this false narrative and creating fear, animosity and division between the Left and the Right for the entire weekend. I witnessed the lies, and it made me so mad that I witnessed the truth with my own eyes, but then the media was trying to convince me that I saw and heard something different.
Trump goes on to explain: “And it’s a very very,..uh, important process to me. And it’s a very important statement. So I don’t want to go quickly, and just make a statement for the sake of making a political statement. I want to know the facts. If you go back to my…in fact,…I brought it.” As he pulls a piece of paper out of his suit jacket. “I brought it. I brought it.” He repeats as he’s opening up the piece of paper.
Then he puts his right hand up in the air, glancing down at the paper, he starts to read it. “As I said on, remember this, Saturday.” As the very rude press is yelling out questions and make insinuations of him supporting white supremacists. He continues, “WE CONDEMN IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS, THIS EGREGIOUS DISPLAY OF HATRED BIGOTRY AND VIOLENCE. IT HAS NO PLACE IN AMERICA.” Then he says, “and then I went on from there. And now here’s the thing. Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Take it nice and easy.” He motions toward the loud reporter with his hands, as he always talks using his hands.
He’s trying to speak as the very rude reporter continues to be disrespectful, shout over him and keep asking questions that he’s currently trying to answer. This is noticeably frustrating him. (At the time I was watching it live and it was really frustrating me as well!) He raises his voice and gets a little snippy and I DON’T BLAME HIM. (At that point I would have just walked off.)
“Here’s the thing,” he says as he seems to catch his breath a little and become a little less agitated, “when I make a statement I like to be correct.” (ME TOO MR. PRESIDENT.) “I want the facts. This event just happened. In fact a lot of the event didn’t even happen yet, as we were speaking. This event just happened. Before I make a statement, I need the facts. So I don’t want to rush into a statement. So making the statement when I made it, was excellent. In fact, the young woman, who I hear is a fantastic young woman, and it was on NBC,….her mother wrote me, and said, through I guess Twitter, social media, the nicest things that I very much appreciated that. I hear she was a fine actually incredible young woman. But her mother on Twitter thanked me for what I said. Honestly if the press were not fake, and were honest, the press would have said that what I said was very nice. But unlike you and unlike, excuse me,..”
The press gets loud and shouts out questions, you can’t understand them other than they sound very disrespectful. They are not hearing the EXACT words that they want to hear. President Trump is agitated again, “Unlike you and unlike the media, before I make a statement, I like to know the facts.” Apparently he has to keep repeating himself because the reporters in the lobby have selective hearing. They keep shouting and sound like a crowded junior high lunch room. President Trump answers one of the questions that he hears, “They don’t, they don’t.” I’m not sure what the question was because the “children” haven’t learned how to take turns in asking questions so that they can be heard.
(Later the media cooks up the narrative that President Trump is a racist, because he needs the facts before he can condemn the racists. But as I spoke of before he had already condemned all of the groups that were violent and that included whatever racist thugs and trash that were at the rally.)
Then President Trump asks for a couple of infrastructure questions. One of the reporters says something about the CEO of Walmart said that President Trump missed an opportunity to bring the country together, (or something like that,) and if he thought he missed that opportunity.
As the crowd of reporters gets too loud to understand him again. THEY ARE SO RUDE!!!!!!! It makes me so mad just watching it over again.
“I’d do it the same way and you want to know why? I want to make sure that when I make a statement, that the statement is correct.” (Now how many times has he had to say that during this question and answer session? It’s like speaking to a room of kindergarteners.)
“And there was no way, there was no way of making a correct statement that early. I had to see the facts. Unlike a lot of reporters,” they all start getting loud and obnoxious again, “unlike a lot of reporters,….I didn’t know David Duke was there, I wanted to see the facts. The facts as they started coming out, were very well stated, in fact everybody said his statement was beautiful, if he would have made it sooner that would have been good. I couldn’t have made it sooner because I didn’t know all of the facts. Frankly people still don’t know all of the facts.”
(THAT IS TRUE TO THIS DAY!!!)
Then the press starts getting really loud again. Like I said they are very rude and obnoxious just shouting out whatever and you can hardly hear what the president is trying to say. “Excuse me, excuse me. It was very important to me, to get the facts out and correctly. Because if I would have made a fast statement, and the first statement was made without knowing much other than what we were seeing. The second statement was made after with knowledge. Great knowledge. There’s still things…excuse me.” As the press is in an uproar again. SO RUDE! “There is still things that people don’t know.”
(And there are still things we probably won’t ever know, Mr. President.)
“I wanted to make a statement with knowledge and I wanted to know the facts. Ok.” he says as he looks to the other side of the room hoping to talk about infrastructure because that’s what this presser was suppose to be about.
A reporter asks two things. “Was this terrorism and could you tell us what you are feeling about your chief strategist Steve Bannon?”
Trump response, “Well the driver of the car is a disgrace to himself his family and his country. And that is, you can call it terrorism. You can call it murder. You can call it whatever you want.” In other words for those people out there that do not understand President Trump when he speaks…. He called it murder and terrorism.
“I would just call it the fastest one to come up with a good vertic. That’s what I would call it.” So whatever gets the most and fastest punishment, for those of you that can’t speak Trumpanese.
“Because there is a question. Is it murder, is it terrorism, and then you get into legal semantics. The driver of the car, is a murder. And what he did was a horrible horrible inexcusable thing.”
President Trump looks up again hoping for an infrastructure question. The reporters ask, can you tell us what you think about your chief strategist Steve Bannon? As another reporter asks something else about Bannon. Then President Trump replies good things about Steve Bannon, but I’m not going to transcribe all that. I’m focused on what was said about Charlottesville.
Then President Trump is asked about McMasters and McCain. Blah Blah.
Apparently the reporter is saying that Senator McCain links the alt-right with the protests in Charlottesville, and President Trump said something about McCain must know what he’s talking about. “But when you say alt-right, define alt-right for me.” he says back the the reporter. “Go ahead and define it for me. Go ahead.”
President Trump then says, “What about the alt-left that came charging at them. Excuse me.” The press gets loud again. They do not like hearing that the alt-left was there committing violence as well. BUT THAT IS WHAT HAPPENED. “What about the alt-left that came charging at as you say the alt-right?.” He gestures to the reporter.
(Yeah, I want to know too, obnoxious reporter. Do you think Antifa are some kind of heros? What about BLM? Because they were there committing violence too. I saw them with my own eyes on live streams, using aerosol cans as flame throwers.)
“Do they have any semblance of guilt?” President Trump continues. The press gets loud again and then president Trump asks, “Let me ask you this, what about the fact that they came charging? They came charging with clubs in their hands swinging clubs…do they have any problem? I think they do.”
(Yes, Mr. President! There was just as much, or more violence coming from the alt-left as there was the alt-right.)
He continues, “As far as I’m concerned, that was a horrible horrible day,” and then I recognize the voice as Jim Acosta from CNN starts yelling out something, and President Trump says, “Wait a minute, I’m not finished, I’m not finished,…fake news.”
(Yeah that was definitely Acosta. haha)
“That was a horrible day.” President Trump is now very agitated, and sighs.
(I’m just as frustrated, because these people just don’t want the truth. They want to make him look like a white supremacist and they will do it however they need to do it, even by reporting complete lies.)
More reporters are yelling out of turn. It’s hard to understand the questions they are asking. At this point I do not know how President Trump has kept his cool. I would have kicked the podium over and stormed out. He is displaying patience like I would never be able to pull off.
“I will tell you something. I watched those very closely, much more closely that you people watched it.” Says President Trump.
(This confirms my theory that President Trump was watching all the live streams from the alternative media sources like I saw and as I suspected that he did.)
“And you had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent.” President Trump proclaims.
(THIS IS THE TRUTH! I SAW WITH MY OWN EYES THAT THIS IS THE TRUTH!)
“But nobody wants to say that, but I’ll say it right now. You had a group, you had a group on the other side, that came charging in without a permit, and they were very very violent.” The press goes crazy and sounds like a middle school lunchroom again. (Boy, they do not like hearing the truth!)
Then a reporter asks, “Do you think that what you call the alt-left, is the same as neo-nazis?”
(Let me answer that question for you stupid reporter. YES! If you have seen the live streams you would agree that they are savage and will violently beat people that don’t agree with them. That doesn’t mean they beat racists. That means they beat anyone that is not in their group, and label them as Nazis. They hit, punch, kick and throw things first, then ask questions later. They call themselves, ANTIFA, meaning anti-fascist. But they are the opposite of anti-fascists.)
Trump falls right into the trap that the reporter laid for him and answers with, “All of those people, excuse me… I’ve condemned Neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups. But not all of those people, were Neo-Nazis. Believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists, by any stretch.” At this point the press is furious and they can not wrap their pretty little heads around the fact that they may not have all the information, like they think that they do.
(OR they don’t care, because they are complicit with the alt-leftists that were violent and think they are justified in doing so.)
“Those people were also there because they wanted to protest, the taking down of a statue, Robert E. Lee.” That statement totally ticked the press off, because how could you not want the statue taken down and still not be a racist?
(Well press, I’m not a racist and I don’t believe in tearing down statues either. I also know plenty of people from all different “races” that feel the same as I do.)
President Trump again, “So, excuse me, you take a look at some of the groups, and you see, and you’d know it if you were honest reporters, and which in many cases you’re not,….but many of those people were there to protest, the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. So…This week it’s Robert E. Lee,…I noticed that Stonewall Jackson is coming down. I wonder, is it George Washington next week? Is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know you really have to ask yourself, WHERE DOES IT STOP?” The press is in an uproar again, and I remember they made fun of him for saying that, but sure enough a few days later people were talking about taking down George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and even questioning Abe Lincoln. (Yes the president that led the Union Army to a victory in the Civil War that lead to the emancipation of all of the African-American slaves. That Abe Lincoln.)
So the president was right again and still had to take the ridiculing of the press, whom of which NEVER apologizes when they get things wrong and try their best to humiliate him in the worst ways.
“You take a look the night before, they were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee.” Which is true. However, that protest was quite disgusting. Their chants were disgusting although they have the right to say what they said peacefully under the First Amendment. You can see the details of it in my previous blog about Charlottesville and how I show evidence that it looked set-up by a leftist posing as an alt-rightie.
President Trump then calls on a reporter asking for an infrastructure question. Does he get one? Nope. The report asks him if the statue of Robert E. Lee should stay up. Trying for the “gotcha” and trying to back him into a white supremacist corner. This is so frustrating to watch.
President Trump says, “I would say that is up to a local town, community, or the federal government, depending on where it is located.”
He is then asked if he thinks race relations in America have gotten better or worse since he’s taken office? He says, “I think they’ve gotten better or the same…well look… They’ve been frayed for a long time. And you can ask President Obama about that, because he made speeches about it. But I believe that the fact that I brought in,… it will be soon, millions of jobs….you see where companies have been moving back into our country. I think that is going to have a tremendous positive impact on race relations. We have companies coming back into our country. We have two car companies that just announced, we have Foxcon in Wisconsin just announced. We have many companies, I say pouring back into the country. I think that is going to have a yuge positive impact on race relations. You know why? It’s jobs. People want now, they want jobs. They want great jobs with great pay. And when they have that you watch how race relations will be. And I’ll tell you we are spending a lot of money in the inner cities. Where we are going to fix, we are fixing the inner cities. We are doing far more than anybody’s ever done, with respect to the inner cities. IT’S A PRIORITY FOR ME. And it’s very important.”
(Why would a white supremacist president care about the inner cities? He wouldn’t. This president isn’t a racist. PERIOD.)
A really ridiculous reporter then asks the president if he is now putting what he calls the alt-left and white supremacists on the same moral plain. Obviously she hasn’t been paying attention, because if she had she would realize that both groups are disgusting bottom feeders.
The president answers her with this, “I’m not putting anyone on a moral plain. What I’m saying is this,… You had a group on one side and you had a group on the other, and THEY CAME AT EACH OTHER with clubs and it was vicious, and it was and it was horrible and it was a horrible thing to watch. But there is another side. There was a group on this side, (he points to the left side,) you can call them the left, they came violently attacking the other group. So you can say what you want, but that’s the way it is.”
Press goes nuts again, President Trump calls on another reporter who asks, something about him saying there was violence on both sides. (These people really don’t get it.)
He replies with, “I do think there is, yes, I think there is blame on both sides. You look at, you look at both sides, I think there is blame on both sides. I have no doubt about it, and you don’t have any doubt about it either. And, and if you reported it accurately you would say.”
The press goes crazy asking questions again that you can not tell exactly what they are saying because they all talk at once and President Trump responds with, “Excuse me, excuse me they didn’t put themselves,” (I can’t understand what he says over all the rude reporters yelling)
President Trump keeps trying to speak over the chaos, “and you had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people THAT WERE VERY FINE PEOPLE ON BOTH SIDES. You had people in that group, excuse me, excuse me, I saw the same pictures as you did. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them a very very important statue and then a renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”
The press continues to be rude and yell. I hear Fake New Acosta’s voice having a conniption fit as usual. Acosta says something about George Washington and is mocking the fact that President Trump mentioned that the Washington statues and monument will be next.
Then President Trump says “George Washington was a slave owner. Was George Washington as slave owner? So will George Washington now lose his status? Are we going to take down? Excuse me.” He keeps being interrupted by yelling from reporters that as I mentioned before are incredibly rude and disrespectful. “Are we going to take down? Are we going to take down statues of George [Washington]?” As he’s interrupted AGAIN!
“How about Thomas Jefferson? What do you think of Thomas Jefferson? Do you like him? Ok good. Are we going to take down his statues because he was a major slave owner. Now are we going to take down his statue?” At this point, I’ve never seen President Trump so frustrated, and rightfully so. He’s been treated with disgusting disrespect by these idiot reporters who do not care at all about infrastructure. They only care about catching President Trump sounding like a white supremacist so that they can further their racist narrative about him and furth divide the country.
Why? Clicks, views, ratings. MONEY and to continue to delegitimize his presidency because they want to be right about him not being a successful president.
“You know what? It’s fine. You are changing history, you are changing culture. And you had people, and I’M NOT TALKING ABOUT NEO-NAZIS, AND THE WHITE NATIONALISTS, because they should be CONDEMNED TOTALLY. But you had many people in that group, other than neo-nazis and white nationalists. OK? And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now in the other group also, you had some fine people, but you also had trouble makers, and you see them come in with the black outfits, with the helmets, with the baseball bats,…you had a lot of bad, you had a lot of bad people in the other group too.”
Then a really STUPID REPORTER THAT APPARENTLY HAS SELECTIVE HEARING AND CAN NOT UNDERSTAND PLAIN ENGLISH, ask him if he was saying that the press was treating “white nationalists” unfairly.
(No lady. That is not what he said at all and he’s said what he said a million times. Seriously, I could not deal with this press. I would literally go nuts.)
President Trump responds to her idiotic question, “NO, NO. There were people in that rally, and I looked the night before, there were people protesting, very quietly, the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. I’m sure in that group there were also some bad ones.”
(Yes there were. They were some disgusting chants and they have since been back. But their protest looked so staged.)
President Trump continues,”The following day it looked like they had some rough bad people. Neo-Nazis, white nationalists, whatever you want to call them. But you had a lot of people in that group that were there to innocently protest and very legally protest, because you know… i don’t know if you know? They had a permit. The other group didn’t have a permit. So I only tell you this, that there are two sides to a story… I thought what took place was a horrible moment for our country….A HORRIBLE MOMENT. But there are two sides,… Does anyone, does anybody have a final?” He then points at a reporter and says, “You have an infrastructure question.”
He is asked about infrastructure and answers.
Then he is asked if he has talked to the family of the victim of the car attack? He says, “No I will be reaching out. I will be reaching out, I was very,… I thought the statement put out, the mother’s statement was a beautiful statement. It was something that I really appreciated. I thought it was terrific. Really under the kind of stress that she’s under and the heartache that she’s under,… I thought that putting out that statement, to me was really something I won’t forget. Thank you all very much. Thank you. Thank you.”
WOW! Well I was not aware of the fine people that participated in the Friday night protest, however I didn’t watch the live streams of that. I only read bias news. So there very well could have been peaceful non racists there, just as there was on Saturday.
I do know that the media chopped this presser up and made it sound like he only said there was “very fine people” on the alt-right. When he never said that. He said there was disgusting alt-rights and alt-lefts, and there were also very fine people on both sides.
I do not remember the media reporting about the “very fine people from BOTH SIDES”. But yes that’s what he said and that is also what I saw when watching live streams that day and since I’ve gone back and watch many other videos. I’ve included my youtube playlist on Charlottesville at the end of this blog post. So you can go see what I’ve seen as well.
At a rally that President Trump had in Phoenix Az, on August 22, 2018, he defends his comments on Charlottesville violence. You can listen at about 10:40. I’ve transcribed those comments for you below.
FULL SPEECH – PHOENIX RALLY: Trump Defends Charlottesville Remarks, Bashes Media, Talks Arpaio (FNN)
President Trump says, “It’s time for us all to remember, that we are all on the same team. We are all Americans. And we all believe right now in America First! And it’s happening, and it’s happening fast. I see all of those red hats and white hats. It’s all happening very fast. It’s called MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. You see what’s going on.” Crowd is going crazy! They love it!
“It’s coming back very fast! We want EVERY CHILD TO SUCCEED. EVERY COMMUNITY TO PROSPER. AND EVERY STRUGGLING AMERICAN TO HAVE A CHANCE FOR A BETTER LIFE….What happened in Charlottesville strikes at the core of America. And tonight this entire arena stands united, in forceful condemnation of the thugs who perpetuate hatred and violence.” The crowd erupts in cheers!
(Now unless you are labeling a certain group or race as thugs, what the president said here, is that he is condemning ALL THUGS THAT PERPETUATE HATRED AND VIOLENCE. So that means anyone that participated in violence and hatred is being condemned by him, and that would also imply “many sides”. There is no label here, except that of which he stated.)
“But the very dishonest media,”
(And they are very dishonest, I assure you!)
“Those people right up there with all of the cameras.” As he points to the back of the arena and the crowd boos, not at him but for the dishonest media. And then he starts to pull out the piece of paper that he had his previous speech on Charlottesville written, and then turns around to the crowd in back of him as they erupt again in cheers.
He stands back with his hands on the podium with a big smile on his face, as the crowd chants, Trump, Trump, Trump. “So the… and I mean truly dishonest people…in the media and the fake media. They make up stories, that have no sources in many cases. They say a source says and there is no such thing. But they don’t report the facts. Just like they don’t want to report, that I spoke out forcefully against hatred, bigotry and violence. And strongly condemned the neo-nazis, the white supremacists and the KKK. I openly called for unity, healing and love. And they know it.” He gestures toward the back of the arena, meaning the media. “Because they were all there.”
“So what I did….” As he goes for the piece of paper again in his suit jacket and shows it to the crowd. “So what I did. I thought, I’d take just a second and I’m really doing this, more than anything else, because you know where my heart is,” as he puts his right hand on his heart. “Ok. I’m really doing this to show you how damn dishonest these people are. So here is my first statement, when I heard about Charlottesville. And I have a home in Charlottesville. A lot of people don’t know. Here’s the first… I can’t believe they haven’t figured that one out yet. Now they know.” He gestures to the fake propaganda media again. “Now they finally know. But just, I don’t want to bore you with this. But it shows you how dishonest they are. And most of you know this already. So here’s what I said, really fast, here’s what I said on Saturday.”
He starts to read from the piece of paper. “We are closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, VA. This is me speaking. WE CONDEMN IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS THIS EGREGIOUS DISPLAY OF HATRED, BIGOTRY, and VIOLENCE. That’s me speaking on Saturday. Right after the event.” He shrugs. “So I’m condemning in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred bigotry and violence. Ok. I think I can’t do much better right? But they didn’t want to put this on. They had it on initially, but then when they talk,… he didn’t say it fast enough. He didn’t do it on time. Why did it take a day? He must be a racist. It took a day.”
(Well later when reporting on this rally, the propaganda media freaked out again, because the president left out the part about “many sides.” I still don’t understand this. THERE WERE MANY SIDES AND THERE WERE MANY DIFFERENT GROUPS PARTICIPATING IN VIOLENCE!)
Do you need me to list them?
There was violence coming from both the alt-right AND ON THE ALT-LEFT!
THIS IS THE TRUTH.
But the media just can’t handle that their communist friends the Antifa ARE A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION AND NO BETTER THAN WHITE SUPREMACIST OR NEO-NAZIS!!!!
THAT’S A FACT JACK!!!
Excuse me but, I get very frustrated over the media misreporting things and then leftists telling me that when I say that, I’m just a sheeple Trump supporter that doesn’t know what I’m talking about. I do know, because I witness it every day. I am paying very close attention.
(Ok, back to the transcription…)
The President continues, “Dishonest people.” As the crowd boos at the fake propaganda media. “So here is, here is me…I hope there are showing how many people are in this room…but they won’t. They don’t even do that. The only time they show the crowds, is when there is a disrupter. Or an anarchist in the room. I call them anarchists. Because believe me we have a lot of anarchists. We don’t want to talk about the anarchists.”
He glances back down to read from his paper. “It has no place in America. I’m talking about hatred, bigotry and violence. It has no place in America. What is vital now is a swift restoration, of law and order and the protection of innocent lives. NO CITIZEN should ever fear for their safety and security, in our society and NO CHILD should ever be afraid to go outside and play or be with their parents and have a good time. This is me speaking.” The crowd goes wild in cheers. “Here’s further, this is on Saturday, the first one. I DID THIS THREE TIMES!”
He continues to read, “ We have to come TOGETHER as AMERICANS, with love for the nation, true affection, and really I say this so strongly…. TRUE AFFECTION FOR EACH OTHER. I didn’t say true affection for you and you. I said true affection for each other, all of us. All of us. [x3] But they don’t report it. They don’t. They just let it go. Above all else we must remember this truth, no matter our color, creed, religion or political party,…we are all Americans first. We love our country. We love our God and we love our flag.” He then shrugs to the crowd as they explode again with cheers. Then they begin to chant “USA, USA, USA.”
President Trump goes back to the paper, “Then I went on,… this is my first statement. And they said, remember they said, well he wasn’t specific enough. Why wasn’t he more specific? So on my second statement I got really specific. And they said, why didn’t he do it faster? I-I-I’m telling you folks, look, look, I know,” as he points to the fake media again, “I know these people, probably better than anybody. And a lot of people have a problem with them, because look…what happens with them, if they are doing a story about me… I know if it’s honest or false. If you are reading a story about somebody, you assume it’s honest. Because it’s like the ‘failing New York Times’, which is like so bad. Or The Washington Post, which I call a lobbying tool for Amazon. Ok that’s a lobbying tool for Amazon. Or CNN which is so bad and so pathetic and their ratings are going down.”
The crowd erupts again with boos for CNN. “Right?”
Then the crowd chants “CNN SUCKS!”
President Trump goes on to give the media a very hard time. Rightfully so, because it’s like they get worse and worse as his term goes on. If you haven’t noticed their credibility declining, I urge you to start paying better attention. It will only take a few days for you to notice if you do start to look for it. I noticed right away and I didn’t need the president to point it out to me.
They give him the most negative coverage ever. They turn even the good bipartisan things he does into bad. It’s really unfair to the American people. It’s very manipulative, and cruel to us. But that’s a blog for another day.
As you can see by these 4 transcribed appearances by President Trump, he did condemn all the violence that happened in Charlottesville, the day it happened. He just didn’t say the exact words that the media wanted to hear.
The thing is, he will never talk the way they want him to speak. He’s his own entity. We aren’t going to change him. We just need to learn how to understand him better, and shut out the negative, edited, bias media.
I hope all the transcribing I did on the president’s words helps you to better understand what he was saying and helps expose the fake narrative that the media pushed and continues to push.
I have also compiled more evidence of the very suspicious events that happened that day, so that you can see how the violence seemed planned.
Please continue to read and watch the videos I’ve provided. Thank you for reading!
(All the videos I’ve watched on YouTube about Charlottesville)
My Charlottesville YouTube PlayList: