The topic of white supremacy is a hot one these days, what with all of the neo-Nazi’s holding protests at Confederate statues and getting into scuffles with radical leftists and all.

It all started in Charlottesville, Virginia a few weeks ago, and now the media has run wild trying to lump all conservatives in with Nazi flag flying white supremacists as a means of attempting to undermine our cause and paint us up as the “bad guys.”

Well, newsflash. As strange as this might sound, as contrary as it is, there’s actually a member of the “white is right” bunch who isn’t a fan of Trump and voted for Obama in previous elections.

I know what you’re thinking. This can’t be accurate. No way a man who prides himself on being a raging racist, a hater of minorities, would ever, in a million years vote for Obama.

Yet, it’s absolutely true.

The individual in question actually transformed, in the span of a year, from a die-hard Obama supporter to neo-Nazi. What would motivate an individual to make such a dramatic swing in ideology?

A deep desire to make the current president, and white people as a whole, look pretty bad in the public eye, that’s what.

Would liberals really sink so low, would they really be so dirty, so underhanded as to employ such methods as a means of making themselves look good, to be the “hero” in their fake little narrative?

It appears the answer is yes.

The man who is believed to have instigated the Charlottesville riots may have launched a political attack under the guise of this horrific situation.

via DC Whispers:

“Well this is fishy. His name is Jason Kessler. He is the one cited as the organizer of the now infamous “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The thing is, Mr. Kessler’s arrival on the ‘alt right’ and/or ‘White Nationalist’ scene didn’t occur until November 2016.

That’s right – Kessler didn’t start his white nationalist activism until after Donald Trump won the White House. Prior to that it appears he participated in the far left/socialist Occupy Wall Street movement as noted by the far-left, George Soros-funded Southern Poverty Law Center

Rumors abound on white nationalist forums that Kessler’s ideological pedigree before 2016 was less than pure and seem to point to involvement in the Occupy movement and past support for President Obama.

At one recent speech in favor of Charlottesville’s status as a sanctuary city, Kessler live-streamed himself as an attendee questioned him and apologized for an undisclosed spat during Kessler’s apparent involvement with Occupy. Kessler appeared visibly perturbed by the woman’s presence and reminders of their past association.

It also appears Mr. Kessler was actually a CNN on site correspondent during the Occupy protests: (these are being archived as it appears CNN is attempting to scrub its former affiliation with Mr. Kessler:)”

Now there’s no doubt that actual white supremacists exist in this country and they are vile, wicked, hateful people who should be denounced at every turn in the road, especially by conservatives.

There’s no place in conservative thought for folks who are inconsistent in their views about the application of the principles of freedom and liberty who actually think only some people deserve to have their rights protected.

We’re all human beings made in the image of God, equal in the eyes of our creator, all possessing value and worth.

Having said that, many times in the past protesters have been paid to pretend to be right-wing conservatives and stir up trouble and violence at protests as a means of discrediting various small government movements.

It’s become quite clear over the last decade or so that the left will stoop to any low, employ any tactic to “win” the argument, rather than win hearts and minds of their opponents.

Ever since Trump was elected president they have spent the majority of their time targeting him and his supporters in various ways, eager to get revenge for seeing their ideology rejected by the American people last November.

In fact, some major news outlets have stated that anyone who voted for Trump — 63 million people — are by default, racists. So much for inclusivity, right? Talk about unfairly judging others.

Another important point to make is that Trump has, on numerous occasions, denounced white supremacists groups like the KKK and it’s former leader David Duke. He’s made many comments on the whole mess and it should be absolutely clear that he does not support individuals like this.

That being said, there are no doubt some individuals who are racist that misconstrue what the president wants to accomplish and what he wants to stand for, and support him for the wrong reasons. A person running for president has no control over who decides to voice their support for him.

Also, isn’t it sort of hypocritical for the black community to be upset with white people for supporting a white president, when they did the same thing with Obama? Why is it different simply because the races are flipped? This is a glaring inconsistency.

At the end of the day it seems rather silly to be proud of anyone for something like their skin color, which isn’t something they had no control over to begin with.

It’s time for our nation to put aside all of the silly racial division, to unite under the truth we all have value as image bearers of God and learn to see the connection we have in our shared human experience.

 

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