Don Lemon pummeled President Donald Trump on Monday for safeguarding his 2017 remarks that there were “fine individuals on the two sides” of brutal conflicts between racial oppressors and dissidents in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The rally was sorted out by racial oppressor and neo-Nazi associations, yet Trump asserted that the savagery ― which incorporated the vehicle assault that slaughtered dissenter Heather Heyer ― included individuals who were guarding a statue of Robert E. Lee.
Lemon offered a correction.
“I’m going to be clear here: Charlottesville was not about a statue,” Lemon said. “It was about hate.”
Lemon then communicated film of racial oppressors walking through the network reciting “Jews won’t supplant us” as they conveyed torches.
“Everyone knows ― we as a whole heard ― what went on in Charlottesville,” Lemon said. “There were not exceptionally fine individuals on both sides.”
He additionally shot Trump for his endeavor at revisionist history:
“You can’t whitewash white patriotism with a false contention that the racial oppressors and neo-Nazis who transparently strutted their abhor in the city of Charlottesville were challenging the expulsion of a statue of Robert E. Lee, who battled against the US, a fierce slave proprietor, who battled for the proceeded with subjugation of a huge number of African-Americans ― a huge number of individuals who resembled me.”
See Lemon’s full monolog here: