Now That BLM Violence is Unpopular, Democrats are Blaming Trump for It

The unleashing of massive violence on the streets of America was a big shocker to lots of folks, and given that it came at the same time as people were losing their minds over the virus and lockdown hoax, people were soft for it.

People felt white guilt and prostrated themselves to the blacks.

But after more than three months of nonstop violent riots, people are no longer feeling so hot on the destruction wrought by these terrible street gangs.

Seeing this in the polls, Democrats are now blaming Donald Trump for the violence they encouraged.

It’s a full new narrative they’re rolling out in concert, as they always do.

Chuck Schumer, totally unbelievably, said that Trump was inciting violence.

Imagine: Jews.

Ted Wheeler got the memo, and went nuts with it, blaming the shooting of a Trump supporter by Antifa on Trump himself.


The Democratic mayor of Portland, Oregon, said Sunday it is President Donald Trump who “created the hate” in an unyielding attack on the White House following a shooting at a protest that left one person dead.

Speaking at a news conference, Mayor Ted Wheeler asked, “Do you seriously wonder, Mr. President, why this is the first time in decades that America has seen this level of violence?”

“It’s you who have created the hate and the division. It’s you who have not found a way to say the names of Black people killed by police officers even as people in law enforcement have. And it’s you who claimed that White supremacists are good people,” he continued. “Your campaign of fear is as anti-democratic as anything you’ve done to create hate and vitriol in our beautiful country.”

His forceful comments come one day after a person was shot and killed in downtown Portland after an evening of violent clashes between Trump supporters and protesters denouncing police brutality.

For more than 90 consecutive nights, protesters in Portland have gathered against police brutality and racial injustice. The protests were spurred by the killing of George Floyd in May and gained steam after last weekend’s police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin.

Addressing Trump personally, Wheeler lamented that “for four years we’ve had to live with you and your racist attacks on Black people.”

“We learned early about your sexist attitudes toward women. We’ve had to endure clips of you mocking a disabled man. We’ve had to listen to your anti-democratic attacks on journalists. We’ve read your tweets slamming private citizens to the point of receiving death threats, and we’ve listened to your attacks on immigrants,” he said.

“We’ve listened to you label Mexicans ‘rapists.’ We’ve heard you say that John McCain wasn’t a hero because he was a prisoner of war. And now, you’re attacking Democratic mayors and the very institutions of Democracy that have served this nation well since its founding.”

Trump responded to the wacky mayor on Twitter.

Here’s the full barrage, including retweets.

Claiming that Trump is responsible for BLM and Antifa violence is so absurd that I can’t imagine that someone could hear it without just cracking up laughing.

These people have been out there every single day effectively telling the blacks to riot.

On more than one occasion, they openly admitted that they wanted violence.

What has Trump done?

He’s done nothing but try to stop it.

He hasn’t done a great job, but all he’s done is try.

They’re saying that because he was “hateful,” he gave Antifa no choice but to start killing people in the streets randomly.

That is going to be a very hard sell. It’s actually on bar with claiming that the riots are done by white supremacists wearing rubber “negro masks.”

The country is a mess and normies are a disaster, but the idea that Donald Trump felt racist hatred in his heart and that Antifa got the message of that and decided to start killing is just a bit too much for anyone who hasn’t really bought into the media narrative.

Given that we’ve apparently dodged the vote-by-mail bullet, assuming nothing major changes, I think Trump’s got the election.

Of course, we should not get complacent, and a lot can happen in 63 days.