Monday on MSNBC’s Deadline, race-hustling host Al Sharpton shamefully tried to blame the killing of 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket Saturday on former President Trump’s rhetoric “mainstreaming” hatred.
Sharpton said, “If this does not make the White House say, wait a minute, we need to call in leaders from all these communities, and we need to send a signal that we are antithetical to Donald Trump’s presidency about that there is fine people on both sides when marching down Charlottesville streets saying Jews will not replace us. This manifesto said Jews are using blacks to kill whites. He needs to dramatically shown that this administration is against it.”
Sharpton is referring to the Democrat lie that Trump said there were “very fine people” among the white supremacists marching in Charlottesville in 2017. Trump made it explicitly clear that he was not referring to white supremacists, but the Left continues to push that lie.
Sharpton added, “Don’t forget when you opened up playing where President Biden then as a candidate was talking about what Donald Trump as president did. This young man was fifteen years old then, so it was not that radical when the president of the United States says there are fine people on both sides. The mainstreaming of this hatred, the mainstreaming of we will not be replaced, this kind of mainstreaming of this opens and broadens the whole pathway to people like this young man to feel that they’re standing up for something. Why else would he be live streaming? He didn’t do it and run and hide, and we find him a week later in a different state hiding under a bed in a motel. He live-streamed it.”
Pure propaganda. The Buffalo shooter describes himself in his manifesto as “authoritarian left” and once a communist, now a green ethno-nationalist fascist socialist. He said nothing about being inspired by Trump. But Sharpton and MSNBC would never admit that anyone could be radicalized by Leftist hatred.