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Today on This Union Meet Sunday Face, former Outhouse sewer spewer Anthony Scaramucci criticized the God-King’s response to the terrorism in Charlottesville, saying the God-King “needed to be much harsher as it related to the white supremacists,” but National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster insisted the God-King “has been very clear” that “We cannot tolerate this kind of bigotry, this kind of hatred.” An unsigned Outhouse statement issued later said “of course that includes white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazis and all extremist groups,” but of course Fox & Friends Sunday’s Pete Hegseth insisted that white supremacists have a “legitimate grievance” about white men “being treated like second-class citizens,” adding “I feel like my country is slipping away and just because I talk about nationalism – not white nationalism – doesn’t mean I’m talking in code that I’m a racist.” Is white men feeling “their country is slipping away” to immigrants, Black Lives Matter, etc. pretty much an explicit declaration of racism?
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