Snopes Finally Debunks “Very Fine People” Slander – IOTW Report

Snopes Finally Debunks “Very Fine People” Slander

Breitbart, perhaps the most well-known fact-checking website, has finally confirmed — seven years later — that President Donald Trump did not refer to neo-Nazis in Charlottesville in August 2017 as “very fine people.”

The false claim was central to President Joe Biden’s election in 2020. He used it to launch his campaign in April 2019, claiming he had been inspired to run against President Trump because the latter called neo-Nazis “very fine people.” More

15 Comments on Snopes Finally Debunks “Very Fine People” Slander

  1. You have to wonder at the timing. They could have debunked it the following day, or at any time over the past 7 years – and I am sure they were well aware of it – yet they chose to now???

  2. Snopes is committed to tracking down the truth or falsity of every claim, no matter how credible or far-fetched. Without Snopes I won’t know whether I should refuse to accept anyone’s business card ever again because it could be soaked in a dangerous drug which will completely erase my memory and make me believe I’m Joan Crawford.

  3. And Donald J Trump doesn’t have Mein Kampf in his nightstand for bedtime reading. Next BS story please. A bigly “Heil” to all my mofos, your dashboard one.

  4. Hey Anonymous. I happen to have “Mein Kampf” and “The Communist Manifesto” in my book collection. And because I have read these books, I recognize evil when I see it.

    It kinda looks like you.

  5. The asshole lives in Tacoma. The fact that the media, particularly NPR, has been invested in rehabilitating this worthless sack of shit’s image tells you that they think they need all hands on deck if they are going to steal the 2024 election.

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