Obama’s “basket” of deplorable Americans is full to the brim with “welfare queen, racists,” “racists,” “extremists,” and “xenophobes.”
From the left, the president has been criticized for not targeting the “real” racists in his agenda, such as the wealthy and wealthy white males.
In fact, the list includes “wetbacks,” “takers,” and even “migrants.”
The “baskets” have also included “white nationalists” and “white supremacists.”
This is how the left uses the term “white supremacy” in order to silence people they dislike.
The left has also used “white genocide” and other terms to refer to white genocide.
And this “bakkie” is a white nationalist.
This white nationalist has a PhD in philosophy from the University of Maryland, and is a prominent member of the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP).
President Trump has not only not been criticized by the left for his “racist” policies, he has praised the white nationalists and “extractivist” groups in his administration.
“The basket is full.
The basket of deplors is full,” Trump told The Daily Beast.
“They’re very proud of what we’re doing.
You see, the basket of the deploras is full.”
“You look at what’s going on in Europe right now, where, by the way, we’re getting more refugees than Europe,” he added.
“And it’s not the refugees, it’s the Europeans, and I think they’re just a bunch of racists.
But it’s what they’re doing.”
Trump’s comments came just one day after a number of “hate crimes” were reported in Virginia and California, where white nationalist groups were holding events, burning crosses, and vandalizing property.
The White House, however, is not blaming white supremacists or the TWP for the violence.
“These groups are not responsible for these attacks,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Sunday.
But she added that the president’s criticism of the white nationalist movement is “not the same as racism.”
In the video, Trump also praised “the alt-right,” which is also referred to as white nationalists.
“The alt-left is going to be here for a while,” Trump said.
“I’m not a racist.
But I will tell you, they’re getting a lot of press because they’re not getting any support from the Democrats.
They’re getting no support from anybody.
And I say to you, it could be, they could be the first generation that is going, I’m going to say it’s time to move on.
We have to move to the future.
I can’t do that.
While the White House has said Trump is not a supporter of white supremacy, the Trump administration has also condemned white nationalists for violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In January, the administration announced new guidelines for hate crimes, including a new “hate crime label” that will help law enforcement investigate more crimes.
“A hate crime is a crime motivated by bias, prejudice, intimidation, or bias motivated by age, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or disability,” the guidelines said.
So what does the “bake sale” have to do with white nationalism?
The “baked goods” label is a political strategy that has been used by the white supremacist groups to get a quick response from the left.
Earlier this month, The Atlantic published a piece by the former Breitbart reporter and white nationalist, Max Boot, which revealed the existence of a “baking campaign” aimed at the left by the Traditionalists who hold the “Baking” position.
Boot and his ilk claim that the “White House baked goods” plan is part of a political effort by the “social justice” groups to “bring white nationalists, the alt-righters, and white supremacists together” to “make a united front” to combat the “political correctness” that the left is “wasting.”
But the White Houses efforts to reach out to white supremacists have backfired.
In April, The Intercept published an exclusive report by an anonymous source claiming that the White houses “bakery” was an attempt to create a political “unity” between the “Alt-Right” and the “Traditionalists.”
The Daily Beast previously reported that the TTP, which is a group that is known for its anti-LGBT views, was the primary beneficiary of the “bread and butter” of the White house’s bake sale, which was a joint effort between the Traditionalism movement and the Traditional American Indian Movement (TAI).
The TTP is the most prominent white nationalist group in the country and the one that has the most direct ties to the