Costa Mesa Congressman Dana Rohrabacher continues to make headlines far beyond the boundaries of his district, getting coverage this month in the San Francisco Chronicle after claiming the Charlottesville violence was part of a Democratic scheme and in the Wall Street Journal for being rebuffed in his effort to talk to President Donald Trump about […]
From Charleston to Charlottesville, the pattern of violence continues.
Chris Long is not about to “stick to football,” not after watching the violence that occurred in his hometown of Charlottesville last month. The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end, who has been critical of President Trump and supportive of teammate Malcolm Jenkins during his national anthem protests, will donate his salary from the first six games of […]
In an attempt to help heal his hometown after summer of violence, Chris Long will donate first six game checks to fund Charlottesville scholarships.
The Eagles DE is making the donations in response to the racial violence in his hometown
Seven were arrested, but the day went without physical clashes, despite widespread worry that the protest would be a repeat of the deadly August 12 chaos in Charlottesville. The post Heated Words, But No Violence, at Virginia Confederate Statue Rally appeared first on Rewire.
The Hill reports: A Democratic candidate for a New Jersey congressional seat is firing back at President Trump’s comments that “both sides” were to blame for the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. Mikie Sherrill, a retired U.S. Show More Summary
The California Assembly called on Congress to censure President Donald Trump after his comments about Charlottesville, VA, during a time of violence including a protest to remove a Confederate statue of Robert E. Lee in the city. On Friday night, Democrats in the State Assembly passed the...
The Los Angeles Times reports: Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says Democrats, not white supremacists, are to blame for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., last month. “It’s all baloney,” Rohrabacher told the San Francisco Chronicle in an article about his 2018 reelection chances. Show More Summary
Democrats in the California Assembly passed the resolution 41 to 5.
U.S. President Donald Trump explained his botched response to a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month by saying he needed “the facts” before broadly denouncing violence from racist groups.
A new poll in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, finds that while Americans widely say they oppose racism and white nationalism, many still appear to hold far-right, white supremacist views.
President Donald Trump on Thursday stood by his belief that both sides were to blame for violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 12 between white supremacists and counterprotesters. Trump had drawn criticism for not initiallyShow More Summary
A new poll asked Americans about racism after the violence in Charlottesville.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) is blaming a Democratic supporter for convincing Civil War reenactors to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue — leading to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Rohrabacher told the San Francisco Chronicle it was a liberal media lie to suggest the August protest was initiated by white nationalists. Show More Summary
On Friday, the panel on ABC’s “The View” tore into President Donald Trump’s assertion that “Antifa” was equally to blame for the violent melee in Charlottesville, VA that sprang out of the “Unite the Right” march. Trump made the remarks after a...
Common sense suggests Donald Trump would want to move away from the Charlottesville controversy he created. Instead, he keeps making it worse.
Donald Trump signed into law a Congressional resolution condemning white supremacists on Thursday, after lawmakers maneuvered the president into backing a text triggered by his equivocal response to racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Trump signed the resolution “rejecting White...
President Donald Trump sparked another controversy on Thursday when he reiterated his belief that people resisting white supremacists were just as much to blame for violence as the white nationalists marching in Charlottesville, Va. last month.