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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Trump amplifies someone in hot water over white nationalist comments...yet again
EmojiMania 12:21 AM 08-07-2019

... are NOT planning to illegally subvert the 2020 Election despite all that has been said to the contrary. It all sounded good until I watched Kevin Cernekee, a Google engineer, say terrible things about what they did in 2016 and that they want to “Make sure that Trump losses...

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2019

Kevin Cernekee is so toxic that even the Daily Caller published an article, a day before Trump's tweets, about what a dipshit this guy is:

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“[A] well known conservative activist was sucker punched on camera in DC while giving an interview,” Cernekee wrote on the Free Speech listserv in January 2017, referring to Richard Spencer, probably the most famous white nationalist in America.

Two days later, he posted to the same listserv to suggest that members of the free speech listserv at Google should raise money for a bounty to find Spencer’s assailant.
Yes, yes, let's raise money for...Richard Spencer. Quoting Cernekee's messages, they note he calls him "Dr. Spencer" twice. Richard Spencer is many things, but he is not a doctor:

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Richard Spencer is not a doctor of anything, as he dropped out of a PhD program at Duke. It isn’t clear why Cernekee uses that honorific twice.
It gets better!

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In another set of postings from June 2016, Cernekee responded to a CNN article about a brawl in Sacramento between the Traditionalist Workers Party and the Golden State Skinheads, and antifa.

“Wait, were these actual neo-Nazis or something else? From what I can tell TWP is more of a separatist organization and they openly reject racial supremacy,” Cernekee wrote on June 27, 2016.

Another poster clarified that it’s fair to call the Golden State Skinheads a neo-Nazi group, given their branding and stated views.
Are the Golden State Skinheads a Nazi group? Let the man whose voice Trump amplified, even with all this information available, explain:

Originally Posted by Kevin Cernekee:
The term “skinhead” has a lot of unfortunate baggage and allows members to be painted as aggressors even in cases where the opposite is true. Why not rename themselves to something normie-compatible like “The Helpful Neighborhood Bald Guys” or “The Open Society Institute” instead of trying to change the near-universal negative perception of their old label (which is futile)? This would make it much easier to form alliances with other supporters of liberty and civil rights.
"The term 'skinhead' has a lot of unfortunate baggage". :-):-):-):-):-):-):-):-):-)

Don't let me tell you, take it from The Daily Caller:

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Conservatives angry at big tech may view such postings as a cautionary lesson in the importance of vetting their cause célèbres.
If only Donald Trump, or anyone in the entire White House, or Fox News before they put this clown on television, had heeded such a warning. :-):-):-):-):-):-):-)
DJJasonp 10:07 AM 08-22-2019
Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider:
Just like your consistency on calling out the bigots in the Democrat party and the retweets of hate speech they rollout with out reprisal.
Exactly! BUT, BUT, man!!!

Look - I, like most americans, would prefer Trump to stay off of twitter, and refrain from saying stupid things.

So there - you have can we move past these threads now that we're all in agreement on this very specific point?

The difference is - I'm not judging his job performance on twitter and press-conferences (nor talking points from crying talking heads claiming the second-coming of hitler).

Am I happy with everything Trump? Of course not.

And I felt the same with Obama........and both divided the country, by the way.
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