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In wake of white supremacist violence, conservatives scurry to blame anyone but themselves

In the wake of a white supremacist march in Charlotte that turned violent and, before it broke up, was the cause of an act of terrorism that killed one American and injured many others, readers of the New York Times woke up this morning to a Bret Stephens column about how the violence showed us that Barack Obama was bad and Muslims remain the real problem here. I do not mean that he makes the point in passing: I mean that the entire column is devoted to an argument that white supremacist violence in Charlottesville should remind us that Barack Obama was bad and Muslims are the real problem here.
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