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Enraged Attendees Of Pro-Trump Political Rally Urge The Crowd To Prepare For ‘Civil War’

Those who fervently support Donald Trump are not your usual political backers. They tend to be fanatical, fond of conspiracy theories, and fearful that the end is near.

A pro-Trump rally in Wilmar, Minnesota, which attracted about 200 people provided ample evidence of just how far out of the mainstream the average Trumpkin is.

At the “We Have Your Back” rally, organizer Ron Brantsner urged the crowd to only vote for Republicans who will agree to assist Trump when they arrive in Congress:

“Get the Republican Party back on its feet again. We can’t let our guard down. We won the battle, but not the war.”

Notice the militancy in Branstner’s words? That’s also common when the gun-toting Trump faithful gather to hold up their armaments and proclaim their undying devotion to the Second Amendment.

Republican State Representative Tim Miller then got up and started in on talk of a civil war in the United States:

“We are entering a time of civil war. We must stay engaged. Government doesn’t create prosperity, the people do. God, in his grace, has given us another chance.”

Since when is God fond of ignorant warmongers who try to use his name to justify their hateful actions? Apparently, Miller and his fellow Trump acolytes have never actually bothered to read the New Testament or the teachings of Jesus.

Another of the event organizers, Bob Enos, extolled the virtues of rural America, which he said had helped elected the Liar-in-Chief:

“Seventy percent of rural America voted for Donald J. Trump. If that isn’t a mandate I don’t know what is. He won, get over it.”

Oh, he won all right. He won with almost 3 million fewer votes than his competitor and lots of help from the Russians. Enos failed to mention that. Which raises the question: Is it a legitimate win if you cheat and get help from one of the greatest enemies this country faces? Or should you be indicted, tried, and convicted of treason?

The Trump tribe has a selective view of history and politics. And calling for civil war isn’t helpful to anyone except the wannabe fascist in the Oval Office.

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Arizona Trump Supporters Call For ‘Liberal Genocide’ And Deportation Of Jews At Rally (VIDEO)

In Maricopa County, Arizona, last weekend, some residents–including heavily armed militiamen, white nationalists, and even some elected officials–gathered for a “March for Trump” rally. Granted, not a big deal. At least not until you watch the video of the event and hear what some of those who attended had to say.

Arizona Congressman Anthony Kern told the gathered wannabe stormtroopers:

“I heard ‘lock her up, lock her up,’ and we still need to pursue that.”

Another brainless Trump acolyte proudly shouted:

“If you don’t like it here, go to Syria, go to someplace else!”

His ignorance was echoed by another low IQ attendee who declared:

“I don’t want ’em, as a veteran I don’t want ’em, let ’em go back home. If they’ve got a problem, let Saudi Arabia take care of ’em.”

And a 13-year-old Trump supporter identified a woman he thought was Jewish and said:

“If she is Jewish, she should go back to her country.”

Later in the day, a member of the Oath Keepers told the crowd:

“I just want to let them know that I can’t wait for the liberal genocide to begin. That’s the way to make America great again. Liberals are destroying the country.”

Republicans were also excoriated by some in the audience. A man told a reporter that he believes Arizona Senator John McCain is a “secret communist.”

Keep in mind these people are representative of Donald Trump and what he stands for. These are the kind of folks who are eager and willing to believe whatever conspiracy theory they’re fed by President Steve Bannon, Breitbart, or Alex Jones. Their lives suck, so it must be someone else’s fault. They’re incapable of self-examination or trying to better themselves. It’s so much easier to hate those who have it better than them or those who look different.

When you watch this video, keep in mind this same kind of thing was prevalent in Nazi Germany. Who needs a Nuremberg rally when you can have a March for Trump in Arizona?

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CNN Host Calls BS On GOP Congressman Equating Alt-Right With Black Lives Matter

Don’t you just love how Republicans try to find a way to normalize even the most heinous behavior when it’s done by one of their extremist brethren on the far right? They seem to think they can wink at neo-Nazis and KKK members as they court their votes, then pretend they don’t support such groups when asked about their affiliation.

On CNN Tuesday, Wisconsin GOP Congressman Sean Duffy was confronted by host Jim Sciutto about why exactly it had taken so long for President-elect Donald Trump to condemn and disavow a white supremacist group of alt-right jackasses led by Richard Spencer who met in Washington over the weekend and gave the raised arm salute which was popular in Nazi Germany. Duffy attempted to make a false equivalency by responding:

“He did condemn them and that’s a good thing. My concern is that Barack Obama, when he had a chance, didn’t condemn the riots across America that were in protest of Donald Trump’s victory in the election or didn’t condemn Black Lives Matter.”

Sciutto smelled bullshit and called Duffy out for the comparison:

“You’re equating Americans protesting a politician with outright the and bigotry from a group that was using the Hitler salute to celebrate Donald Trump’s victory and are nothing more than white supremacists? That’s not a fair comparison.”

Duffy had to try and bail water fast as his boat was sinking:

“No, no, no. Both are disgusting, for different ways.”

Once more, Sciutto asked:

“You’re putting them on equal footing? You’re putting political protests on a footing with white supremacists?”

Sensing he was about to lose total control of the interview, Duffy stammered:

“Let me explain to you, let me explain. I don’t equate one group with the other. I’m just giving an example of two groups who should be condemned.”

So you did in fact just lump the two groups together, Congressman Duffy, and there’s a world of difference between the two.

There is no way to normalize or excuse the behavior of neo-Nazis in this country who say the United States should be exclusively for whites. They are disgusting stains on our nation and must be condemned no matter what they call themselves.

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Ex-Skinhead Says He’s Terrified Of What Trump Will Do To America As President (VIDEO)

Christian Picciolini used to be a skinhead, so he’s quite familiar with the rhetoric neo-Nazis use in order to recruit  young members into the extremist fold. And he says that same coded language and imagery is now being used by Donald Trump.

In an interview with the Times of Israel, Picciolini recalled how he was first recruited into Chicago Area SkinHeads when he was only 14: He was in an alley, smoking a joint, when he was approached by Clark Martell, leader of the group, who took the joint from his mouth and informed him smoking weed was what “communists and Jews want you to do to keep you docile.” Picciolini said Martell’s message had an appeal to an impressionable teen:

“At the time I was at my most vulnerable, I was breaking free from my parents’ influence. For me it was a sense of belonging, a sense of something noble.”

Picciolini was soon fed massive amounts of propaganda, and much of what he was told can be seen today in the language used by President-elect Donald Trump:

“I was told diversity is a code for white genocide. I was told Latinos were bringing drugs into neighborhoods. I was told Jewish people controlled the media and our banking systems.”

Those same ideas have been used by Trump to make hatred mainstream, Picciolini is convinced:

“I think people are being absolutely complacent,” Picciolini said. “People are hopeful, and I understand that, but I for one am not giving him the benefit of the doubt.”

Take a look at the people Trump has surrounded himself with, Picciolino told the Times of Israel. That alone tells you what Trump’s true intentions are:

“There is no track record of him or anyone surrounding him of understanding what makes this country great, and so we must be extremely vigilant. I know how they think. I was one of them.”

Here’s more with Christian Picciolini:

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Founder Of Alt-Right Declares: Trump Is First Step To Turn USA Into ‘Safe Space’ For Whites

Perhaps you’ve heard of Richard Spencer. He’s head of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist, and widely considered to be the founder of the alt-right movement in the United States. And he recently gave an interview to Al Letson of Reveal in which he declared the election of Donald Trump is the first step in making the United States a “safe space” for white people, much like Israel is for those of the Jewish faith:

“I don’t think Donald Trump is me, I don’t think Donald Trump is alt-right. I don’t think Donald Trump is an identitarian as I would use that term. I think Donald Trump is a kind of first step towards this. He’s the first time that we’ve seen a genuinely if, you could say incomplete, politician who’s fighting for European identity politics in North America. This is the first time we’ve seen it.”

Spencer, it should be noted, is one of these ignorant Neanderthal asshats who claims people of different racial backgrounds should never live together. He says they cannot hope to live in harmony, so he wants to create a white “ethnostate” in America:

“What the ethnostate is, is an ideal. It’s a thing, it’s a way of thinking about we want a new type of society that would actually be a homeland for all white people, all European people. So that would include Slavs, that would include Germans, that would include Latins, it who would include people of all ethnicities that we would always have a safe space. We would always have a homeland for us. Very similar to, very similar to how Jews conceive of Israel.”

Does Spencer realize how incredibly similar he sounds to members of the KKK who have advocated that the United States be only for whites? He attempted to dodge that query, telling Letson:

“Look, I’m not going to comment about you know some hypothetical Klansman or or whomever. I’m sure there is some commonality between these movements of the past and what I’m talking about. But you really have to judge me on my own terms. Like I am not those people and I don’t fully know, I don’t know in the specifics of what you’re referring to. Like, I am who I am. And you, if you’re going to treat me with good faith, you have to listen to what I’m saying and listen to my ideas. I think someone who would go down the path of becoming a Klansman or something in 2016, I think that is, those people are very different than I am. It’s, it’s a — it’s a non-starter. I think we need an idea. We need a movement that really resonates with where we are right now.”

Maybe Spencer is right when he says that he and his intolerant brethren who want to live among only whites should find their own “safe space.” There’s lots of white snow and ice on Antarctica. Perhaps Spencer and his ilk would like to homestead there and fly their racist flag high. We sure as hell wouldn’t miss them if they went there and never returned.

Here’s more of the interview with Richard Spencer:

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