Robert Gehl reports that Leftists are coming out of the woodwork in defense of ESPN columnist Jemele Hill, who took to Twitter on Monday to declare that President Donald Trump was a white supremacist.
Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 11, 2017
Most Americans were furious that a representative of ESPN – whose demographic is white, working-class Americans, who voted for Trump in droves – would make such a public declaration.
But rather than fire, reprimand or even sanction Hill – like they did to Curt Schilling when he questioned new “transgender bathroom laws,” they decided to have a chat with her.
ESPN Statement on Jemele Hill: pic.twitter.com/3kfexjx9zQ
— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) September 12, 2017
That was it, and Hill’s incendiary and libelous statements remain live on her account.
This has prompted the left to come running to her defense in the form of their own hashtag, “#NaziBucketChallenge,” where Americans from all walks of life publicly – and not so publicly – declare that Donald Trump is a “White Supremacist.”
I’m a Special needs father, IT Pro, son of a WWII vet. Donald Trump is a white supremacist. He’s on the “wrong side”. #NaziBucketChallenge
— Steve Redmond (@sjredmond) September 15, 2017
“I’m a Special needs father, IT Pro, son of a WWII vet. Donald Trump is a white supremacist. He’s on the “wrong side,” Steve Redmond wrote.
— Barbara Malmet (@B52Malmet) September 15, 2017
“I am an #ActvisteArtiste, mentor, influencer, triathlete and a proud Nana. I call Donald Trump a white supremacist,” Barbara Malmet wrote.
I’m a doctor in the Buckle of the Bible Belt. Trump is a white supremacist. #NaziBucketChallenge
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) September 15, 2017
“I’m a doctor in the Buckle of the Bible Belt. Trump is a white supremacist,” Dr. Eugene Gu wrote.
I am a US veteran and TRUMP IS A WHITE SUPREMACIST #NaziBucketChallenge
— Alan Rat (@ARAtally) September 15, 2017
“I am a US veteran and TRUMP IS A WHITE SUPREMACIST,” someone with the name “Alan Rat” wrote.
You get the idea. People are essentially coming out with their real names (kind of) to declare their opposition to President Trump.
That – we suppose – is the “challenge,” to make the public declaration that the President of the United States is a “white supremacist,” risking – what they think – is some sort of right-wing backlash.
Of course, not everyone chose to take up the challenge in that sense, deciding still to remain anonymous.
Trump is a cancer to the United States.
Mueller is the surgeon.
Donald Trump is a White Supremacist and a traitor.#NaziBucketChallenge 👊
— One Resister 👊 (@OneResister) September 16, 2017
“Trump is a cancer to the United States. Mueller is the surgeon,” a user called “OneResister” wrote. :Donald Trump is a White Supremacist and a traitor.”
Someone named “Fernando” was really afraid of being identified.
#NaziBucketChallenge It does not matter who I am. It matters that Donald Trump is a white supremacist and a disgrace for America
— Fernando Cordoba (@fernandoco1960) September 16, 2017
Sorry, “Fernando,” the “challenge” is the public declaration.
Can someone explain to me what #NaziBucketChallenge is? Because I just threw a bucket of paint at a guy and he does not look happy.
— Brienne of Snark (@BrandoLauren) September 15, 2017
Conservative blogger and conspiracy theorist Paul Joseph Watson had a good response to the claims, pointing out that before he became president, Trump received accolades from the Black community and was never considered racist.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) September 15, 2017
“Hysterical leftists are using the #NaziBucketChallenge hashtag to call Trump a “white supremacist”. How novel, how edgy,” he wrote.
I’m a young female & I remember when Trump called young black people “super predators” – oh no wait, that was Hillary. #NaziBucketChallenge
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) September 15, 2017
“I’m a young female & I remember when Trump called young black people “super predators” – oh no wait, that was Hillary,” One America host Liz Wheeler wrote.
What do you think? Is this really a “challenge” if they hide behind a fake “Twitter” handle?
What good does it do to declare your president a White Supremacist? Should these people be allowed to speak their mind? Remember that some conservatives said much worse when President Obama was in office. Sound off below!
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