On Wednesday, President Trump addressed a huge rally in Nashville, Tennessee, shortly after a federal judge in Hawaii blocked his latest travel ban. Evan McMullin, the Never-Trump presidential candidate put up by establishment types to derail Trump’s campaign, was apparently upset by the chants of “USA! USA!” at the rally and falsely accused Trump of promoting white nationalism on Twitter.
Tonight in Tennessee, Trump promotes the policies of white nationalism to chants of "USA! USA!" These are not the values of our nation.
— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) March 16, 2017
Naturally, this didn’t sit too well with patriotic Trump supporters who took McMullin to task:
I am so confused.Is chanting USA, showing the flag, being proud of being an American now somehow racist?
— marnes (@marnes) March 16, 2017
One nation, under God. Indivisible. With liberty and justice for all.
White nationalism and bigotry in the US must be confronted everywhere.
— James J.F. Forest (@JJFForest) March 16, 2017
I'm black voted for Trump. I am proud of the U.S.A. So now I'm wht nationalist🤔
— Luna🇺🇸 (@Lunaseesall) March 16, 2017
Apparently… Welcome to bizarro-world, brought to you by the #NeverTrump camp…
They want to scare free thinkers such as yourself into being a liberal. I'm pretty sure he is dissing Tennessee in this post as well.
— Kaine Smith (@kaineky30) March 16, 2017
One person reminded McMullin:
@downsouth505 you lost
— MORNING WITCH HUNT (@markflesberg) March 16, 2017
So people who are white and love this country and put it first are somehow evil?
— Steph (@sa55m55a) March 16, 2017
That pretty much sums it up. Strange, though, McMullin appears to be white.
— Rick Canton (@RickCanton) March 16, 2017
No. the left is suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome. 😂🤣
— Marissa 🇺🇸 (@MkMadonnakin) March 16, 2017
Jon Gabriel observed:
Looking forward to the 2020 ticket of Chelsea/McMullin.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) March 16, 2017
That’s sure to be entertaining. We can hardly wait.
Exit question: At this point, what’s the difference between Evan McMullin and liberal Democrats?
- Terror group al-Qaeda joins liberal media, Kasich, McMullin in smearing Bannon
- CNN panelist: Talk of ‘uniqueness of American culture’ at CPAC is ‘white nationalism’ — Video
- Author Joyce Carol Oates: Christianity ‘virtually synonymous’ with white nationalism
- Keith Ellison at DNC forum: Trump brings white supremacy to White House
- Liberal site calls for racist ‘privilege’ tax on white people
And if you’re as concerned about Facebook censorship as we are, go here and order this new book: