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These politicians​ owe Trump an apology over Charlottesville

According to a Politico report, The FBI labeled Antfia as early as April 2016.

Federal authorities have been warning state and local officials since early 2016 that leftist extremists known as “antifa” had become increasingly confrontational and dangerous, so much so that the Department of Homeland Security formally classified their activities as “domestic terrorist violence,” according to interviews and confidential law enforcement documents obtained by POLITICO.

Since well before the Aug. 12 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly, DHS has been issuing warnings about the growing likelihood of lethal violence between the left-wing anarchists and right-wing white supremacist and nationalist groups.

Previously unreported documents disclose that by April 2016, authorities believed that “anarchist extremists” were the primary instigators of violence at public rallies against a range of targets. They were blamed by authorities for attacks on the police, government and political institutions, along with symbols of “the capitalist system,” racism, social injustice and fascism, according to a confidential 2016 joint intelligence assessment by DHS and the FBI.

This new report should have the media and deep state eating their words. After Charlottesville Trump called out both sides. This led to many in the media freaking out and many politicians attacking him. Since then Trump has only been proven correct.

Here are some of the responses:

Republicans:

“Today’s statements by President Trump at his press conference were disappointing and a failure of leadership, which starts at the top, with him. I hope the President will focus on bringing people together and to challenge hate in the strongest unequivocal terms moving forward. There is no home for hate here in Virginia or America.”- Virgina Congressman Scott Taylor(R)

Democrats:

“Once again Trump leaves me outraged & disgusted. He betrays the office & the people he has sworn to serve. #SickAndTiredOfBeingSickAndTired”- Corey Booker New Jersey Senator(D)

Brian Schatz D HAWAII SENATOR
Aug. 15,

4:42 p.m.

As a Jew, as an American, as a human, words cannot express my disgust and disappointment. This is not my President.

Don Beyer D
VIRGINIA CONGRESSMAN
Aug. 15

In an unhinged press conference, Donald Trump just defended the Charlottesville rally, the alt-right, and Confederate statues. And now we’re back to where we were Saturday: “there’s blame on both sides.” Just incredible.

Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04)

issued this statement following President Trump’s comments that confirm his belief that both sides are to blame for the horror in Charlottesville:

“The President’s attempt to equate those who hate with those who oppose hate is outrageous. This afternoon, Mr. Trump’s true colors revealed that Saturday’s appalling rhetoric truly was a wink and nod to the white supremacist groups that represent the real Donald J. Trump. As I said this morning, our President seems more like the president of the ‘alt-right.’

“This President has abrogated his moral authority as president. In the aftermath of senseless violence and the subsequent loss of life, we need a compassionate convener, who demonstrates with words and actions the best of who we are as Americans. His remarks on Saturday and again today added more chaos, bigotry, racism, and anti-Semitism into an already volatile moment, providing a dangerous foreshadowing of the direction of our country.

“Mr. President, here’s a hint. When David Duke is thanking you, you’re on the wrong side.”

The Palmieri Report demands that every politician shown above apologizes to Donald Trump and the American people. After Charlottesville, they called our President a racist, they called us racisit. At the same time they defended a terror group Antfia whose goal is to destroy America as we know it.

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