Watch: Trump Crowd Boots White Nationalists in Video Media Will Suppress


Fans of President Donald Trump, in the mainstream media mythology, are horrible racists who are willing to willing to embrace white nationalist ideology, or at least to countenance it.

Yet, what happens when Trump fans come in contact with actual white nationalists? Well, as some new video shows, they’re pretty allergic to them — and they quickly made sure they were kicked out.

The video was posted by Jack Posobiec, the One America News commentator and conspiracy theorist. But whatever the source, it was an instructive moment when actual racists tried to join a pro-Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky.

WARNING: The following videos include strong language that some viewers may find offensive.

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Posobiec claimed that the racists were kicked out by “Trump supporters and Proud Boys,” the latter being the controversial right-wing fraternal organization started by Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes.

However, I could only see two individuals in either of the videos wearing the trademark yellow polo shirt that members of the organization typically wear to identify themselves at rallies. Nevertheless, if anyone wants to oppose racists, no matter what organization they belong to, I’m generally good with that.

In the videos, several individuals can be seen chanting “You got to go, you got to go” to a small group of white nationalists who tried to join the rally wearing Klan regalia and carrying a Confederate flag.

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“No racism here, no racism here,” one of the men said as he chased them away.

“Go home to Redneckville!” another one of the crowd exclaimed.

The incident took place Saturday at a pro-Trump demonstration that the Louisville Courier Journal described as a “self-described ‘patriot’ militia group” protesting against an Occupy ICE group in the Kentucky city.

It wasn’t mentioned until over a dozen paragraphs in that the militia “kicked a group of Ku Klux Klan members out of their counterprotest, saying racism wasn’t welcome.”

“It surprised the KKK members, including southern Indiana’s Derek Noble, the imperial wizard for the Honorable Sacred Knights, part of the KKK,” the Courier Journal reported..

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“You got a bunch of pissed off white boys over there, and that’s what we are,” Noble told the newspaper. “I don’t really see the problem. It made us look weak to the other side.”

A veritable genius, our Derek Noble. It’s almost like his idea of the average Trump fan came from the establishment media.

The Courier Journal also didn’t bother mentioning that the Trump supporters kicked out the KKK members until after the article made sure to let readers know that the “militia group,” the Three Percenters, is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-government group.

Considering that the SPLC’s list isn’t even worth the paper its webpage isn’t printed on, that perhaps deserved to be a little lower.

Either way, the fact that Trump supporters aren’t particularly big fans of racists didn’t get a lot of play in the media outside of Louisville, which shouldn’t be a shock. It’s simply not in the narrative, and a nuanced portrayal of Trump supporters isn’t exactly what they’re interested in.

In fact, videos like these prove how skewed the media’s portrayal of Trump supporters really is, so expect them to be suppressed.

Still, let’s hope that no matter what their provenance may be, more people see these videos and realize that the caricature of the Trump fan as “a bunch of pissed-off white boys” amenable to white supremacy is a cruel joke.

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C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014.
C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014. Aside from politics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, literature (especially British comic novels and modern Japanese lit), indie rock, coffee, Formula One and football (of both American and world varieties).
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Catholic University of America
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