UPDATE: Charlottesville Lie Debunked in Senate Impeachment VIDEO and FULL TRANSCRIPT

UPDATE 2/12/21 – US Senate, 2nd Fake Impeachment Trial – Even though the infamous Charlottesville lie has been repeatedly debunked here and elsewhere, the left and their Fake News Media continue to repeat the lie in an attempt to paint President Trump as a racist. The House managers even repeated the lie in the second Fake Impeachment of President Trump. As seen in the video above, Trump’s lawyer David Schoen obliterated it once and for all on the Senate floor so that it will go down in the historical record as yet another leftist Big Lie.

And the explosion of this lie reverberated through the Big Brother Socialist Media, Twitter.


9/30/20 – Trump beat up BOTH of his opponents in last night’s raucous debate, sleepy Joe and the moderator. He didn’t wilt the way McCain and Romney did at their 2-on-1 debates.

Poor Biden looked like a doddering old man being pummeled by a prize fighter.

We elected Trump in the first place because we wanted a fighter, who would fight and defend America with all his might, not a diplomat who would politely continue to go along with the leftists as they slowly dismantle America. Well, we certainly got our fighter in TRUMP!

Who do you want out there fighting for America against Russia and China every day? The tottering old Sleepy Joe, or the prize fighter TRUMP!?

Since Biden repeated the Charlottesville Lie, yet again, in last night’s debate. Here’s my debunking of it again. Trump NEVER called white supremacists “fine people.” He flatly denounced the white supremacists, but the leftists keep conveniently leaving that part out, because they think their followers are too busy, too lazy or too stupid to research what he really said about Charlottesville.

So here it is again…

We’ve all heard repeatedly, ad nauseam, by the Democrats and the Fake News Media of their Democrat-Media Complex that Trump said “there were very fine people on both sides” at Charlottesville, and that this means he supports neo-nazis and white supremacists. They took a quote out of context and used it to suggest the exact OPPOSITE of what he actually said. They have repeated this false narrative over and over every chance they could in order to try to paint President Trump and his supporters as racists. Because the race card is the only card they have left.

VP Biden continues to repeat this lie, directly saying that President Trump called white supremacists “very fine people.” This is a blatant lie.

In fact, Joe Biden even repeated this lie in his nomination acceptance speech, complete with a “dramatization” of the neo-nazis and white supremacists with their “veins bulging.” He says that when President Trump was asked about this he said “there were very fine people on both sides,” suggesting that President Trump was talking about the neo-nazis and white supremacists. Watch.

So notice what Biden (and the Fake News Media) keep doing here. They take a very small 6 word quote from a 17 minute press conference completely out of context. They then use that quote to paint a false narrative that Trump supports neo-nazis and white supremacists which is the exact OPPOSITE of what he actually said. They know that most people are just too busy to watch all the press conferences themselves and instead rely on the Fake News media to tell them what President Trump said. So they blatantly lie to the American people. Because they can.

VP Biden said that was the moment he knew he’d have to run. So his decision to run for president was based on a blatant lie and he’s using that blatant lie to try to win the election.

The video at the top of this section shows the entire press conference and is queued to play the most relevant part. President Trump NEVER said anything to support the neo-nazis and white supremacists. He said the exact OPPOSITE. You can watch the entire video or read the entire transcript. In fact, he directly CONDEMNED them, MULTIPLE times. But the Democrats and the Fake News Media continue to lie about this. When President Trump was directly asked about the neo-nazis who were at Charlottesville this is part of what he ACTUALLY said in that infamous press conference.

Q: Neo-nazi started this. They showed up in Charlottesville. They showed up in Charlottesville to protest.

President Trump: They didn’t put themselves down as going and you have some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.

And you had people, and I’m not talking about the neo-nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally. But you had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists. OK? And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people, but you also had troublemakers and you see them come with the black outfits and with the helmets and with the baseball bats. You’ve got – you had a lot of bad – you had a lot of bad people in the other group…

Q: You were saying the press has treated white nationalists unfairly?

President Trump: No, no. There were people in that rally, and I looked the night before. If you look, they were people protesting very quietly the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. I’m sure in that group there were some bad ones. The following day, it looked like they had some rough, bad people – neo-nazis, white nationalists, whatever you want to call them. But you had a lot of people in that group that were there to innocently protest and very legally protest, because you know – I don’t know if you know, they had a permit. The other group didn’t have a permit. So, I only tell you this, there are two sides to a story. I thought what took place was a horrible moment for our country, a horrible moment. But there are two sides to the country. Does anybody have a final – doesn’t anybody have a – you have an infrastructure…

So the Democrats and the Fake News Media have told you repeatedly that President Trump called neo-nazis fine people at Charlottesville. In fact, he repeatedly and specifically CONDEMNED the neo-nazis and white supremacists who crashed that rally and specifically said he was calling the OTHER innocent people, who were there only to protest the removal of the statue, fine people. He couldn’t have been more clear. The Democrats and the Fake News Media know that. And they continue to lie to you about it.

What does that tell you about the Democrats and their Fake News Media of the Democrat-Media Complex? What else are they lying to you about President Trump? Almost everything!


PragerU Debunks the Charlottesville Lie

Did President Trump call neo-Nazis “very fine people” during a famous press conference following the Charlottesville riots of August 2017? The major media reported that he did. But what if their reporting is wrong? Worse, what if their reporting is wrong and they know it’s wrong? A straight exploration of the facts should reveal the truth. That’s what CNN political analyst Steve Cortes does in this critically important video.

Steve Cortes Prager U

Read the FULL TRANSCRIPT of What President Trump ACTUALLY Said about Charlottesville Compared to what the Fake News Media Told You He Said

Read the entire full transcript and/or watch the entire video of the press conference where the Democrats and the Fake News Media got the “there were very fine people on both sides” quote that they keep trying to use to say that President Trump supports neo-nazis and white supremacists. When you read the transcript you’ll see what he said was exactly the opposite of what they keep saying he said. He couldn’t have condemned the neo-nazis and white supremacists more strongly, multiple times. The press conference was actually about infrastructure so I’ve highlighted all the sections that dealt with Charlottesville.

August 15th 2017

President Trump: If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Q: Why do you think that CEOs are leaving your manufacturing council?

President Trump: Because they’re not taking their job seriously as it pertains to this country. We want jobs, manufacturing in this country. If you look at some of those people that you’re talking about, they’re outside of the country. They’re having a lot of their product made outside. If you look at Merck, as an example, take a look where — excuse me — excuse me — take a look at where their product is made. It’s made outside of our country. We want products made in the country. Now, I have to tell you, some of the folks that will leave, they’re leaving out of embarrassment because they make their products outside. And I’ve been lecturing them, including the gentleman that you’re referring to, about you have to bring it back to this country. You can’t do it necessarily in Ireland and all of these other places. You have to bring this work back to this country. That’s what I want. I want manufacturing to be back into the United States so that American workers can benefit.

Q: Why did you wait so long [to make a statement about Charlottesville]?

President Trump: I didn’t wait long. I didn’t wait long. I didn’t wait long. I wanted to make sure, unlike most politicians, that what I said was correct, not make a quick statement. The statement I made on Saturday, the first statement, was a fine statement. But you don’t make statements that direct unless you know the facts. It takes a little while to get the facts. You still don’t know the facts. And it’s a very, very important process to me. And it’s a very important statement. So, I don’t want to go quickly and just make a statement for the sake of making a political statement. I want to know the facts. If you go back to my…

If fact, I brought it. I brought it. I brought it. As I said on – remember this – Saturday; “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence. It has no place in America.” And then I went on from there. Now, here’s the thing. As to – excuse me – excuse me – take it nice and easy. Here’s the thing. When I make a statement, I like to be correct. I want the facts. This event just happened. In fact, a lot of the event didn’t even happen yet, as we were speaking. This event just happened. Before I make a statement, I need the facts. So I don’t want to rush into a statement. So making the statement when I made it was excellent. In fact, the young woman who I hear is a fantastic young woman, and it was on NBC, her mother wrote me and said through, I guess, Twitter, social media, the nicest things and I very much appreciated that. I hear she was a fine, a really, actually, an incredible young woman. But her mother on Twitter thanked me for what I said. And honestly, if the press were not fake and if it was honest, the press would have said what I said was very nice. But unlike you and unlike – excuse me – unlike you and unlike the media, before I make a statement, I like to know the facts.

They don’t. They don’t. Listen. How about a couple of… How about a couple of infrastructure questions?

Q: Mr. Trump, was it terrorism, that event? Was that terrorism?

President Trump: Say, what?

Q: The CEO of Wal-Mart said you missed a critical opportunity to help bring the country together. Did you?

President Trump: Not at all. I think the country – look, you take a look. I’ve created over a million jobs since I’m president. The country is booming. The stock market is setting records. We have the highest employment numbers we’ve ever had in the history of our country. We’re doing record business. We have the highest levels of enthusiasm. So the head of Wal-Mart, who I know, is a very nice guy, was making a political statement. I mean it the same way. And you know why? Because I want to make sure when I make a statement that the statement is correct. And there was no way – there was no way of making a correct statement that early. I had to see the facts, unlike a lot of reporters – unlike a lot of reporters, I didn’t know David Duke was there. I wanted to see the facts. And the facts as they started coming out were very well stated. In fact, everybody said my statement was beautiful; if he would have made it sooner, that would have been good. I couldn’t have made it sooner because I didn’t know all of the facts. Frankly, people still don’t know all of the facts. It was very important that – excuse me, excuse me – it was very important to me to get the facts out and correctly. Because if I would have made a fast statement, and the first statement was made without knowing much other than what we were seeing. The second statement was made after – with knowledge, with great knowledge. There are still things – excuse me – there are still things that people don’t know. I want to make a statement with knowledge. I wanted to know the facts. OK.

Q: Was it — two questions. Was it terrorism? And can you tell us what you’re feeling about your…

Well, I think the driver of the car is a disgrace to himself, his family and his country. And that is — you can call it terrorism. You can call it murder. You can call it whatever you want. I would just call it as the fastest one to come up with a good verdict. That’s what I’d call it. Because there is a question. Is it murder? Is it terrorism? And then you get into legal semantics. The driver of the car is a murderer. And what he did was a horrible, horrible, inexcusable thing.

Q: Can you tell us how you’re feeling about your chief strategist, Mr. Bannon? Can you talk about that?

President Trump: Go ahead.

Q: I would echo Maggie’s question. Steve Bannon…

President Trump: I never spoke to Mr. Bannon about it.

Q: But can you tell us broadly what you’re — do you still have confidence in Steve?

President Trump: Well, we’ll see — and look, look. I like Mr. Bannon. He’s a friend of mine. But Mr. Bannon came on very late, you know that. I went through 17 senators, governors, and I won all the primaries. Mr. Bannon came on very much later than that, and I like him. He’s a good man. He is not a racist, I can tell you that. He’s a good person. He actually gets a very unfair press in that regard. But we’ll see what happens with Mr. Bannon, but he’s a good person, and I think the press treats him, frankly, very unfairly.

Q: Do you have confidence in him? Because he has called on you to defend your national security advisor, H.R. McMaster, against attacks.

President Trump: I’ve already done it. I did it the last time.

Q: And he called on it again linking this …

President Trump: Sen. McCain?

Q: …the alt-right and…

President Trump: Sen. McCain? You mean the one who voted against [repealing] Obamacare? Who is – you mean Sen. McCain who voted against us getting good healthcare?

Q: Sen. McCain said that the alt-right is behind these attacks, and he linked that same group to those who perpetrated the attack in Charlottesville.

President Trump: Well, I don’t know — I can’t tell you. I’m sure Sen. McCain must know what he’s talking about. But when you say the “alt- right,” define “alt-right” to me. You define it, go ahead.

Q: Well, I think that …

President Trump: No, define it for me, come on. Let’s go. Define it for me.

Q: Sen. McCain defined them as the same group…

President Trump: OK, what about the alt-left that came charging at them. Excuse me. What about the alt-left that came charging at the – as you say, the alt-right? Do they have any semblance of guilt? Let me ask you this. What about the fact they came charging – that they came charging with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. As far as I’m concerned, that was a horrible, horrible day. Wait a minute, I’m not finished. I’m not finished, fake news. That was a horrible day…

I will tell you something. I watched those very closely, much more closely than you people watched it. And you have – you had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent, and nobody wants to say that, but I’ll say it right now. You had a group – you had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit, and they were very, very violent.

Go ahead.

Q: Do you think that the – what you call the alt-left is the same as neo-Nazis?

President Trump: Those people – all of those people – excuse me. I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups. But not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists, by any stretch. Those people were also there because they wanted to protest the taking down of a statue, Robert E. Lee. So – excuse me. And you take a look at some of the groups and you see – and you’d know it if you were honest reporters, which in many cases you’re not, but many of those people were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. So this week it’s Robert E. Lee. I noticed that Stonewall Jackson’s coming down. I wonder, is it George Washington next week? And is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you all – you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop? But they were there to protest – excuse me. You take a look, the night before, they were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. Infrastructure question, go ahead.

Q: Should the statue of Robert E. Lee stay up?

President Trump: I would say that’s up to a local town, community, or the federal government, depending on where it is located.

Q: How concerned are you about race relations in America? And do you think things have gotten worse or better since you took office?

President Trump: I think they’ve gotten better or the same – look, they’ve been frayed for a long time. And you can ask President Obama about that, because he’d make speeches about it. But I believe that the fact that I brought in – it will be soon, millions of jobs, you see where companies are moving back into our country, I think that’s going to have a tremendous positive impact on race relations. We have companies coming back into our country. We have two car companies that just announced. We have Foxconn in Wisconsin just announce. We have many companies I say pouring back into the country. I think that’s going to have a huge, positive impact on race relations. You know why? It’s jobs. What people want now, they want jobs. They want great jobs with good pay. And when they have that, you watch how race relations will be. And I’ll tell you, we’re spending a lot of money on the inner cities. We’re going to fix – we’re fixing the inner cities. We’re doing far more than anybody’s done with respect to the inner cities. It’s a priority for me. And it’s very important.

Q: Mr. President, are you putting what you’re calling the alt-left and white supremacists on the same moral plane?

President Trump: I’m not putting anybody on a moral plane. What I’m saying is this. You had a group on one side and you had a group on the other, and they came at each other with clubs and it was vicious and it was horrible. And it was a horrible thing to watch. But there is another side. There was a group on this side, you can call them the left. You’ve just called them the left — that came violently attacking the other group. So you can say what you want, but that’s the way it is.

Q: On both sides, sir? You said there was hatred, there was violence on both sides. Are…

President Trump: Well, I do think there’s blame – yes, I think there’s blame on both sides. You look at – you look at both sides. I think there’s blame on both sides. And I have no doubt about it, and you don’t have any doubt about it either. And – and – and if you reported it accurately, you would say.

Q: Neo-nazi started this. They showed up in Charlottesville. They showed up in Charlottesville to protest.

President Trump: Excuse me, excuse me. They didn’t put themselves down as going and you have some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides. You had people in that group – excuse me, excuse me – I saw the same pictures as you did. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.

Q: George Washington and Robert E. Lee are not the same.

President Trump: George Washington was a slave owner. Was George Washington a slave owner? So, will George Washington now lose his status? Are we going to take down – excuse me – are we going to take down – are we going to take down statues to George Washington?

How about Thomas Jefferson? What do you think of Thomas Jefferson? You like him?

OK. Good. Are we going to take down the statue? Because he was a major slave owner. Now, are we going to take down his statue? So you know what? It’s fine. You’re changing history. You’re changing culture. And you had people, and I’m not talking about the neo-nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally. But you had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists. OK? And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people, but you also had troublemakers and you see them come with the black outfits and with the helmets and with the baseball bats. You’ve got – you had a lot of bad – you had a lot of bad people in the other group…

Q: Who was treated unfairly sir? I’m sorry I didn’t understand what you’re saying. You were saying the press has treated white nationalists unfairly? I just don’t understand what you’re saying.

President Trump: No, no. There were people in that rally, and I looked the night before. If you look, they were people protesting very quietly the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. I’m sure in that group there were some bad ones. The following day, it looked like they had some rough, bad people – neo-nazis, white nationalists, whatever you want to call them. But you had a lot of people in that group that were there to innocently protest and very legally protest, because you know – I don’t know if you know, they had a permit. The other group didn’t have a permit. So, I only tell you this, there are two sides to a story. I thought what took place was a horrible moment for our country, a horrible moment. But there are two sides to the country. Does anybody have a final – doesn’t anybody have a – you have an infrastructure…

Q: What makes you think you can get an infrastructure bill? You didn’t get healthcare. You didn’t get…

President Trump: Well, you know, I’ll tell you. We came very close with health care. Unfortunately, John McCain decided to vote against it at the last minute. You’ll have to ask John McCain why he did that. But we came very close to healthcare. We will end up getting healthcare, but we’ll get the infrastructure. And actually, infrastructure is something that I think we’ll have bipartisan support on. I actually think – I actually think Democrats will go along with the infrastructure.

Q: Mr. President, have you spoken to the family – have you spoken to the family of the victim of the car…

President Trump: I’ll be reaching out. I’ll be reaching out.

Q: When will you be reaching out?

President Trump: I was very — I thought that the statement put out — the mother’s statement I thought was a beautiful statement. I must tell you, I was — it was something that I really appreciated. I thought it was terrific. And really, under the — under the kind of stress that she’s under and the heartache that she’s under, I thought putting out that statement to me was really something I won’t forget. Thank you all very much. Thank you. Thank you.


Message to President Trump by Mother of Charlottesville Victim

“Thank you, President Trump, for those words of comfort and for denouncing those who promote violence and hatred. My condolences, also, to the grieving families of the two state troopers and quick recovering for those injured,”

Susan Bro – Mother of Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer

President Trump’s Charlottesville Statement from the Day Before

August 14th 2017 – President Trump had earlier already condemned the neo-nazis, kkk and white supremecists.

“I’m in Washington today to meet with my economic team about trade policy and major tax cuts and reform. We are renegotiating trade deals and making them good for the American worker. And it’s about time. Our economy is now strong. The stock market continues to hit record highs, unemployment is at a 16-year-low and businesses are more optimistic than ever before. Companies are moving back to the United States and bringing many thousands of jobs with them. We have already created over 1 million jobs since I took office.

We will be discussing economic issues in greater detail later this afternoon, but based on the events that took place over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., I would like to provide the nation with an update on the ongoing federal response to the horrific attack and violence that was witnessed by everyone.

I just met with FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation into the deadly car attack that killed one innocent American and wounded 20 others. To anyone who acted criminally in this weekend’s racist violence, you will be held fully accountable. Justice will be delivered.

As I said on Saturday, we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence. It has no place in America. And as I have said many times before, no matter the color of our skin, we all live under the same laws, we all salute the same great flag, and we are all made by the same almighty God. We must love each other, show affection for each other, and unite together in condemnation of hatred, bigotry and violence. We must rediscover the bonds of love and loyalty that bring us together as Americans.

Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans. We are a nation founded on the truth that all of us are created equal. We are equal in the eyes of our Creator. We are equal under the law. And we are equal under our Constitution. Those who spread violence in the name of bigotry strike at the very core of America.

Two days ago, a young American woman, Heather Heyer, was tragically killed. Her death fills us with grief, and we send her family our thoughts, our prayers, and our love. We also mourn the two Virginia state troopers who died in service to their community, their commonwealth and their country. Troopers Jay Cullen and Berke Bates Exemplified the very best in America, and our hearts go out to their families, their friends and every member of American law enforcement. These three fallen Americans embody the goodness and decency of our nation.

In times such as these, America has always shown its true character: responding to hate with love, division with unity, and violence with an unwavering resolve for justice. As a candidate, I promised to restore law and order to our country, and our federal law enforcement agencies are following through with that pledge. We will spare no resource in fighting so that every American child can grow up free from violence and fear. We will defend and protect the sacred rights of all Americans, and we will work together so that every citizen in this blessed land is free to follow their dreams in their hearts and to express the love and joy in their souls. Thank you, god bless you, and god bless America. Thank you very much.”


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