As to be expected . . . .

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by Neil Godfrey

The day after I read White supremacist terror is rising, and Trump’s policies kneecap our ability to fight back . . . .

. . . . I found myself reading San Diego synagogue shooting: What we know about suspect John Earnest.

And Trump has tweeted his thoughts and prayers. How appropriate.

(Very fine people on both sides, let’s not forget.)


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2 thoughts on “As to be expected . . . .”

  1. I think “Good people on both sides” is related to “Just asking tough questions”. If you combine them you get “Just asking tough questions, there’s good people on both sides”. An example would be: “Is it possible white people have a good reason to blame Jews or minorities for their problems? Just asking tough questions is all, there’s good people on both sides of the argument”. This seems to be a cool new thing among some people on the right.

  2. More slander from Godfrey.
    President Trump cundem’d white supremacists/nazis in that very statement.

    Some pepl say those statues shud stay put. [not nazis – whu r actually left wing ixtremists…national socialist and german wurkrs party – the clue’s in the name – gettit?]

    Others say the statues shud be pul’d down.
    Both groups cuntain fine pepl
    Including the charlutsvil juj whu recently rul’d that those statues ar historikly protectid monumunt.
    A very fine juj.

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