When white supremacists marched on the University of Virginia Charlottesville with torches, guns, and Nazi swastikas chanting "blood and soil"... we all wondered "What year is this?".
Then we saw this amazing video from 70 years ago. And we really wondered again.
1947 anti-fascist video made by US military to teach citizens how to avoid falling for people like Trump is relevant again. pic.twitter.com/vkTDD1Tplh— Michael (@OmanReagan) August 13, 2017
Take the mention of Trump out of the above tweet, because we're not getting political here. We're just fed up with any group of people saying they are "superior" to anyone else. We agree with God and the Declaration of Independance.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
This statement was late in coming, but we applaud it. Go in 44 seconds to see his specific comments about hatred and bigotry.
For those that have challenged us and told us that opposing protestors should be called out... sorry, not sorry.
@1075theriver it took both sides to fight not just one. If your condemning condemn all not just one side!!! Your being the problem!!— LEAH (@lwinters23) August 14, 2017
We're not siding with those that self identify with Nazi's. We're with this WWII vet.
Peter Cvjetanovic, a white nationalist, is upset that this photo of him has gone viral. So be nice: dont retweet this tweet 1000s of times. pic.twitter.com/mpeyXH86jm— Kurt Eichenwald (@kurteichenwald) August 13, 2017