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Blaming Charlottesville on Trump is “extreme nonsense”



Niger Innis (Wikipedia)

The topic of Freedom Journal Institute's "Racism in America" event on March 19th will be addressed by some of the nation's most powerful black conservatives, including Alveda King and Niger Innis. 

This week, Niger Innis addressed the Left constantly referring to Charlottesville to substantiate their accusations that President Trump is racist. 

Innis said the "pinning Charlottesville on Trump is "pure politics," and "extreme nonsense" in a piece featured in Lifezette. 

National spokesperson for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Niger Innis said it is “absurd” to blame President Donald Trump for the actions of extremists who marched on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Innis, the son of the late civil rights pioneer Roy Innis and the executive director of TeaPartyFwd.com, said during an interview Tuesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show” that the violent confrontations at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville that left one woman dead and 20 other people injured was fueled by both “the extreme Left” and “the extreme Right.” Pointing to the liberal critics and pundits who sought to pin the blame for the racial hatred evidenced in Charlottesville on Trump’s shoulders, Innis said that such individuals are “guessing wrong.”

Innis will be featured at the Racisim in America conference here in Chicago – find out more HERE

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