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From Debate Stage, Trump asked White Supremacy groups to Stand Back and Stand By.

by AfroWorldNews

Trump again signalled to millions of Americans and Russia yesterday from the debate stage that he will not vacate office even if he loses. He went further to declare before the world that this is, “Not going to end well”.  This is NOT GOING TO END WELL… coming from an American president defies all expectation and attacked the very fabric of America’s Democracy.  He will only accept the result of the election if he wins.. a borrowed slogan from dictators around the globe.

During an exchange on the debate stage, moderator Chris Wallace repeatedly asked Trump if he would condemn white supremacists. Trump initially sidestepped that question, claiming that he mostly sees violence “from the left-wing.”
Most Trump supporters(Trumpians) seemed unbothered that the president had declined during the debate to denounce white supremacy; or that he had insinuated any election he loses this November might be illegitimate; or that he’d downplayed the importance of wearing a mask during a pandemic that’s already killed over 200,000 Americans.

The federal government has deemed white supremacist terrorism among the most serious threats facing the nation. In testimony this month to the House Homeland Security Committee, FBI Director Christopher Wray said the majority of domestic terrorism threats and violence come from “racially motivated violent extremism,” mostly from people who subscribe to white supremacist ideologies.



Mike Gee, center, applauds for the president while watching the debate stream in Lititz. (Photo: Rachel Wisniewski / Reuters)

Many Americans woke up this morning wondering whether Fascism was at our door-step. This is the time to speak up and allows your voice to be held.

Afro World News

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