Mick Mulvaney is right! He came to the defense of President Trump today after the president was bombarded with blame for mass shootings that happened yesterday.
The American people are more sensible about this than the leftist media or our politicians trying to use these tragedies for their benefit.
Oklahoma City and Columbine weren’t Bill Clinton’s fault.
Boston, San Bernardino, Orlando weren’t Obama’s fault.
El Paso and Dayton aren’t Trump’s fault.
“This is a serious problem … but they are sick, sick people and the president knows that … I don’t think it’s fair to try and lay this at the feet of the president,” Mick Mulvaney says when asked why Trump downplayed the threat of white nationalism.
"This is a serious problem … but they are sick, sick people and the president knows that … I don't think it's fair to try and lay this at the feet of the president," Mick Mulvaney says when asked why Trump downplayed the threat of white nationalism. https://t.co/6OolEGh96x pic.twitter.com/wex0S7AV3F
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 4, 2019
President Trump would denounce any kind of extremism, including white supremacists. The media knows that Trump wouldn’t approve of any sort of violence, but they continue to push the false narrative that our president is a racist because it benefits them politically.
The Democrats wasted no time in jumping on the political bandwagon after the El Paso shooting yesterday:
The left wasted no time in making the shooting in El Paso into a chance to grandstand.
Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke rushed to his hometown of El Paso but didn’t keep a low profile. It’s obvious that O’Rourke is making this into an opportunity to campaign.
He boldly went in front of any camera he could find to make this horrible and very tragic shooting into a political statement against President Trump. He called the president a “racist” and said he “stokes racism”:
This is more of the same from the Democrats who went from Russia, Russia, Russia to Racist, Racist, Racist…
Asked if Trump shares any blame for the El Paso shooting Beto O'Rourke says "yes." "He is a racist and he stokes racism in this country." Full video: https://t.co/7XylxcukRl pic.twitter.com/JEdN0i8BjR
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 4, 2019
2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg claimed that “America is under attack.”
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 4, 2019
Liz Warren had to get her two cents worth in with a tweet:
Gun violence happens at schools, at places of worship, at work, at malls, at movie theaters, at festivals, and at home. Gun violence can claim dozens of lives at once—and its daily toll claims dozens. We have a gun violence epidemic in this country. We need to act—now.
Texas Governor Abbot had the right mindset:
Texas Gov. Abbott on the issue of gun violence after El Paso mass shooting attack: "I think we need to focus more on memorials before we start the politics." https://t.co/HV7Nn4MSVz pic.twitter.com/ZQ8amuS1SQ
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 4, 2019
The focus should be on unity…Mark Meadows is so right!
What an amazing testament to America and who we are as a country. God bless the people of El Paso and the first responders working around the clock. https://t.co/biX997cKQI
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) August 4, 2019
Unity won’t happen as long as Democrats and the media keep grinding on President Trump and his supporters.