How many times have you heard your liberal friends say that President Donald Trump referred to white supremacists as “very fine people?”
If you actually still have any liberal friends, chances are that you’ve heard this almost weekly for at least three years. Trump’s post-Charlottesville remarks have been cut and edited into almost every ad for the Democratic Party, and it’s a story they still love talking about to this day.
But here’s the thing: it didn’t actually happen.
After the clash between far-left demonstrators and actual white supremacists in Charlottesville, President Donald Trump clearly condemned both sides of the conflict, pointing out that there were “very fine people” present that day as well that didn’t deserve to be caught in the middle. But this isn’t the story the media tells us. The narrative is that the President outright defended neo-Nazis — because he is one himself.
Conservative talk show host Steven Crowder took it upon himself to dispel this popular myth ahead of Election Day. He even disguised himself as a run-of-the-mill liberal (the beanie was a really nice touch) just to get people to talk to him.
Crowder has previously made a name for himself with his signature “Change My Mind” videos — and this upload follows a similar format. The best part is seeing liberals realize that they’ve been buying a pack of lies for years of their lives.
Watch the full segment below.