Paul Ryan: Shameful Statement Against President Trump

Paul Ryan: Shameful Statement Against President Trump

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) is a coward.

The man married a shameless Leftists who obvious has him cuckold.

Ryan proved again why the Republicans are as useless as Hillary Clinton’s lingerie. Because when confronted over the issue of anti-Semitic chants and slogans in Charlottesville, VA last week, Ryan folded like a cheap lawn chair. While on a Townhall on CNN, Ryan extolled the virtues of the thugs and “fine people” who threw piss at the police and talked ill of Jews.

Trump wrongly blamed “many sides” for the white supremacist terror in Charlottesville. That is the only thing Trump need apologize for. There was only one side in Charlottesville, and that side was the Left. Two of the Left’s many factions met, and the scene was ugly.

Ryan’s remark that Trump “messed up” had nothing to do with the failure I just described, however.



“First of all, the president and I spoke on Monday morning about the need for moral clarity, about the need at this very difficult time in our country to have a morally clear message, to absolutely and singularly condemn this repulsive bigotry. He agreed with that. And he did that later that day on Monday. And I thought his speech on Monday was pitch perfect.

Then, the next day, I think it was in New York on an infrastructure press conference, in answer to a question, I think he made comments that were much more morally ambiguous, much more confusing. And I do think he could have done better. I think he needed to do better.

I actually think what he did two days ago in commending the peaceful protests against the hate in Boston was a good start. And I think just what I heard, I don’t know, 25 minutes ago, was exactly what a president needs to say and what we needed to hear. So I do believe that he messed up in his comments on Tuesday, when it — it — it sounded like a moral equivocation, or at the very least moral ambiguity, when we need extreme moral clarity.”

The Right needs no moral clarity.

The Republicans freed the slaves. And we didn’t do it, so we could allow neo-Nazis, white nationalists, or other Democrats torment blacks.

Partial transcript:

RYAN: What I worry about in this situation is that we get numbed to this, that we sort of start to lose our sense of outrage against these white supremacists and these neo- Nazis, that we see it over and over on TV and we think, oh, yeah, just that again. No, no, no.


RYAN: But my point is, we’ve got to keep our moral outrage, and we all have to stand up and speak out against this kind of bigotry so that it is never normalized, so that we don’t give these people oxygen that they’re looking for.

The sense of outrage should be directed at the very people who create these racial issues–the Left.

And anybody on the Right who buys in the nonsense that white nationalists and neo-Nazis are on the Right is a Leftist. These fake Conservatives allow the Left to transfer their guilt onto us, which we have readily accepted over the decade.

Trump didn’t allow the Left an escape hatch, as they tried to paint the people protesting the white-washing of history. Good for him. That should be the focus of the discussion, and not what the Left tries to accomplish.

The transcript continues:

TAPPER: I think the issue that Eric was expressing is the reluctance to criticize President Trump for specifically saying things like very fine people were marching in that rally that had swastikas and anti- Semitic signs and … There were not any very fine people in that rally.

RYAN: That’s right. That’s right. That’s right.

TAPPER: And it wasn’t morally ambiguous. It was morally wrong …

RYAN: Yeah. Yeah, so …

TAPPER: … what the president said.

RYAN: Let me just add to what you just said. I have a hard time believing, if you’re standing in a crowd to protest something and you see, you know, all these anti-Semitic slogans, and the “Heil Hitlers” and swastikas, that you’re good with that and you’re a good person.

TAPPER: Right.

RYAN: You’re not a good person if you’re there. That’s just so very clear. So I totally agree with that. And that’s why I think, yeah, it’s — it was — it was not only morally ambiguous, it was — it was equivocating. And that was wrong. That’s why I think it was very, very important that he — that he — he has since then cleared that up. And I think it was important that he did that tonight.

TAPPER: You think he’s done enough?

RYAN: I think we — I don’t think any of us have done enough. I think we all have a lot more to do. I think we all got a lot more to do in this area, and I think we have a lot more to do to make sure that these guys don’t get normalized.

Normalized? Like the beating of Conservatives by neo-Nazis of BLM and Antifa? That’s become the norm.

But Paul Ryan won’t call Antifa or BLM a hate-group. Let’s ask the burning question. Are only white nationalists haters?

Antifa has beaten people for no reason and BLM kills cops, but nothing from Ryan?

Republicans need new leadership with spines. Is that asking too much? To be represented?



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