Wednesday Supp

I logged onto my computer this morning and saw this AFP story: Trump defiant on Charlottesville unrest: 'Blame on both sides'

That's all he's saying: There is a violent left, as well as a violent right. Racism and Nazis are repugnant, but so are the violent leftists that have been attacking people with clubs and pepper spray since he got inaugurated.

And the left is going ballistic. Tim Kaine even said, "Charlottesville violence was fueled by one side: white supremacists spreading racism, intolerance & intimidation. Those are the facts."

That's a flat-out lie. We've all seen the footage; we've all seen the leftist's relentless violence and intolerance since the last election season. But the mainstream left insists on denying that it has a violent fringe on its hands. The only difference between the violent leftist fringe and the violent right fringe is that the left's is far more effective.

Even worse, the left now says that, if you believe there is a violent left, you are a racist. The logical disconnect is startling.

Eric Scheske

Eric Scheske