Heather Hyer’s mother, Susan Bro (Bro?), has slowly (uh huh) evolved to the position that it’s TRUMP’S FAULT that her daughter was killed in Charlottesville when a dumb bastard drove into a crowd of people.
Here’s her reasoning. -> “because he definitely pushes forward a hateful agenda.”
After Heyer’s death, Trump claimed there were “very fine people” on both sides. Bro disagrees. “Nazis: bad people. White supremacists: bad people,” she says. “And I don’t see that you can call it any other way.”
You see, wires touching.
Trump did not say that there are some “good Nazis, ” you sluggish turd. He was saying that in the clash between Antifa and their targets, there exists good people who are getting targeted. WHICH IS TRUE!
I guess Miss Moo Moo would agree with the president in part, agreeing that Antifa has some “very fine people” too. Only, Trump didn’t say that either.
What Trump was getting at is that in the view from space, these violent clashes on the front lines get the headlines. But on both sides there exists in the periphery people doing it right. They are peacefully, and constitutionally, airing their grievances in the public square.
Trump was also sick and tired of Antifa being painted as a pure as the driven snow, righteous, heroic resistance group, while his supporters were all Neo-Nazis.
Sorry for your loss, lady, but you’re a dipchit.