(Tea Party PAC) – The President of the United States has a conspiracy theory.
And he’s using it to weaponize the Department of Justice against regular, everyday Americans under the guise of rooting out so-called “white supremacy.”
Of course, he’ll never be called out by the mainstream media for doing so—they’re the ones fueling the conspiracy theory.
On Tuesday during a glowingly-covered CNN town hall event on Tuesday, President Biden blamed veterans of the U.S. military and former police officers for fueling white supremacy in the United States.
White supremacy, by the way, is the belief that white people are better than black people and laws should be crafted accordingly.
Do you honestly know anyone who earnestly believes this? No, hardly anyone does.
Yet Joe Biden, without any pushback from the media, just blamed millions and millions of people who have served their country faithfully of perpetuating a fringe racist theory that was shunned from the mainstream decades ago.
“And you see what’s happening — and the studies that are beginning to be done, maybe at your university as well — about the impact of former military, former police officers, on the growth of white supremacy in some of these groups,” Biden declared during the televised event.
“You may remember in one of my debates with the former president, I asked him to condemn the Proud Boys. He wouldn’t do it. He said, ‘Stand by. Stand ready.’ Or whatever the phrasing exactly was,” he explained, amazingly botching a rather simple quote of his former political opponent.
In reality, Trump said “stand down, but stand by” to the Proud Boys, who tend to only get in violent confrontations with violent Antifa or BLM activists and basically no one else, and are often the only ones showing up to resist the violent groups that are often given the run of some of the U.S. major cities because politicians are too afraid to challenge them.
The Proud Boys, of course, aren’t white supremacists at all—their leader is Hispanic.
“It is a bane on our existence. It has always been. As Lincoln said, ‘We have to appeal to our better angels,’” President Biden said of this mythical white supremacy.
President Biden says White supremacists are the greatest domestic terror threat in the US: "It's complex, it's wide-ranging and it's real." #BidenTownHall https://t.co/P1CFPNzLBl pic.twitter.com/dygwnLuXe1
— CNN (@CNN) February 17, 2021
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