Charlottesville

Watch: Dem. Al Green Grills Trump Officials over Discredited Charlottesville Claim

Rep. Al Green (D-TX) grilled witnesses at a House Homeland Security Committee hearing Wednesday on domestic terrorism, seeking to get them to condemn President Donald Trump for saying “very fine people” took part in the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017 over a Robert E. Lee monument even if the president’s full remarks make clear he was not referring to white supremacists or neo-Nazis, groups he has roundly and repeatedly condemned.

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Coulter: Okay, Let’s Talk About Charlottesville

Life is so good for the fabulous people on the coasts — the only group the Democratic Party really cares about –– that they can afford to devote themselves to crazy fantasies that make them feel morally superior to other people. 

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Rabbi Shmuley: The Gray Lady’s Big-nosed Jewish Dog

For the millions of American Jews beginning to register the expanse of antisemitism in their own home, the New York Times didn’t just ‘blow it.’ They’re actively helping to “grow it.”

NEW YORK - APRIL 21: The New York Times logo is seen on the headquarters building on April 21, 2011 in New York City. The New York Times profits fell 58 percent in the first quarter of 2011. (Photo by Ramin Talaie/Getty Images)

Dem Rep. Dean: Trump ‘Seems to Cheer’ the Rise of White Supremacy

On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Representative Madeleine Dean (D-PA) stated that President Trump’s defense of his Charlottesville remarks shows “an absence of outrage over the rise of white supremacy, and in fact, a president who seems to cheer

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Criticism Mounts for CNN over Charlottesville Hoax

A growing chorus of critics is questioning CNN’s repeated — and false — reports that President Donald Trump referred to neo-Nazis as “very fine people” in his remarks about the Charlottesville, Virginia, riots in 2017.

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