Trump DESTROYS White Supremacy Myth With Campaign Ad Showing Him DENOUNCING It 38 Times

( President Donald Trump completely destroyed the myth that he hasn’t condemned white supremacy this week when he released a new campaign advertisement showing how he has denounced white supremacists at least 38 times.

The campaign ad shows nothing but clip after clip of the president, before and after he was elected in 2016, condemning white nationalism and white supremacy repeatedly.

Throughout the 2020 campaign, Democrats have repeatedly clung to a lie that the president has not condemned white supremacy. Debate moderators have even used the same fake line, including Chris Wallace who suggested the president hadn’t been forthright on condemning white supremacy.

Even then, during the first presidential debate when the president condemned white supremacy, the media and the Democrats once again claimed that he didn’t.

But he did. And the newest campaign ad even uses the footage of the president saying he would be willing to condemn white supremacy (again) during the debate.

A senior official from the Trump campaign said that President Donald Trump “wants to prosecute the KKK as a terrorist organization and has condemned White supremacy at least 38 times.”

“The Biden campaign continues to sow division and inflame racial tension by spreading this false narrative,” the official added. “Enough is enough.”

The campaign video also uses a clip from the famous speech in which President Trump condemned Neo-Nazis who attended a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. President Trump said neo-Nazis and white supremacists should be condemned totally, but that there were “very fine people” on both sides of the debate regarding the tearing down of statues. Democrats have repeatedly used the clip out of context to suggest the president said neo-Nazis were “very fine people,” which is the exact opposite of what he said.

The latest ad is just one of many campaign videos geared towards combating lies told by the Democrats on the issue of race. President Trump is polling higher than any other Republican candidate in modern history among Black voters, and this is just one of many efforts to remind Black Americans that the Democrats are lying when they call him racist.