After desecrating the presidency by refusing to condemn the white supremacist group known as the “Proud Boys,” Donald Trump is now back peddling and attempting to whitewash his remarks by claiming, “I don’t know who the Proud Boys are.” Trump has a long-documented past of siding with neo-Nazi or white supremacist figures or groups, like QAnon and David Duke, before selective amnesia sets in. Watch the full clip of Donald Trump’s remarks here.
American Bridge 21st Century turned Donald Trump’s marching orders to the Proud Boys into a new video spotlighting his past support for the alt-right and his refusal to condemn racists. Watch the video here.
“Last night, Donald Trump was served up the opportunity to condemn the Proud Boys on a golden platter, but he refused – proving how deep his ties to neo-Nazis and racists have become and how important he thinks they are to his electoral coalition,” said Kyle Morse, an American Bridge 21st Century spokesperson. “His campaign is in full-on meltdown mode and Trump is falling back on the same selective amnesia he’s used in the past to whitewash his support of the QAnon delusion and David Duke. During the debate, tens of millions of Americans saw the president for who he really is: a racist who does not value the lives of all Americans and is willing to call on violence to win an election. Trump can forget, but the American people will not.”