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Charloteston and Donald Trump's Ego

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  In Charleston, South Carolina, in response to the the decision to remove the statue Confederate General Robert E. Lee, neo-Nazis and KKK racists from the alt-Right organized a rally known as "Unite the Right," where they chant, "Jews will not replace us," among other things. And an alt-right racist who supproted Donald Trump ran a car into people. Yet Donald Trump has refused to call out the alt-right. He refused to outright mention "White Supremacism." It must be stated that most of Trump's supporters and base are not white Supremacists or racists, contrary to what those on the left may believe. But nevertheless, why can't Donald Trump publicly say that he condemns those on the alt-right who support him? Why is Donald Trump unable to outright condemn White Supremacism and call it out for the evil that it is? Why can't Twitter Trump ever put his damn ego aside for what's right? Why does the man think everything is about him? And also, why are many of his blind supporters so hypocritical? They make fun of SJWs (Social Justice Warriors) over their name calling and over them calling people "racist" over every little thing. And yet they'll call you a "cuck" if you don't blindly support Donald Trump. Are these people any better? Tune into this exciting show, as I analyze the situation.