Sarah Sanders and Trump admonished the Democratic Party for not rebuking Rep. Omar enough but when asked why he never publicly rebuked Rep. Steve King's white nationalism she had no coherent answer.
Maybe Trump calling Neo-Nazis "some very fine people" after they held a hate march has something to do with it?
The former Republican congressman has no patience for the games Fox News is playing by focusing on freshman female politicos alleged anti-Semitism, while ignoring that they've been cheerleader for the biggest bigot of them all.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough ripped into Fox News for only focusing on anti-Semitism when they believe it comes from a Democrat and burying years of anti-Semitic language from Trump, Andrew McCarthy, and Rep. Jim Jordan.
As someone said on twitter about Republicans and this embarrassing vote, "I think that says all we need to know." Indeed.
Trump tweeted fake outrage over anti-Semitism by Democrats, but it doesn't hide his love fest with white supremacists around the globe.
Donald Trump would call these youngsters "very fine people" who just want to see "n*ggers" and Jews put into concentration camps and bombed.
A Trump presidential campaign advisor joined FBN's Stuart Varney and in a fit of unhinged propaganda and political deflection described Rep.Ilhan Omar as "filth," which even surprised the Trump supporting TV host.
On Fox Business, Jeff Ballabon either ignores, forgets or has been mind-wiped of Trump's support from white supremacists like David Duke, or Donald's words of praise for the "good people" among neo-Nazis.
Rachel Maddow's Thursday program contained a "Bagman" epilogue about Spiro Agnew and the Saudi family still in power today that seemed right at home with today's headlines.
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