Racial tensions just reached a breaking point in historic Charlottesville, VA.

Riots, protests, and general disaster left several dead, and many more injured.

As social justice group, “Black Lives Matter” clashed with members of the Ku Klux Klan and other Neo-Nazis, the left is doing what they do best: making the Republican Party into a scapegoat.

Liberals are now claiming the Republican Party is inherently biased against minority races– an absurd idea the Democratic Party is attempting to uphold to explain away the incredible acts of violence social justice warriors are committing.

While innocent lives are being put in danger, liberals are standing by, blaming others– especially President Trump.

Trump recently released a statement not only condemning the acts of hatred in Charlottesville, but condemning all racism in America.

But his words were not good enough for liberal media groups who still slandered him for various reasons.

Breitbart News reported:

President Donald Trump responded to two days’ worth of criticism on Monday by criticizing the white supremacist groups involved in the Charlottesville violence on Saturday explicitly in a statement from the White House.

But Trump’s condemnation did not satisfy the mainstream media, some of whom rushed to criticize Trump for not delivering that explicit condemnation as quickly or as passionately as they believe he ought to have done.

Trump said: “Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.”

CNN’s Jim Acosta, who was present, shouted a question at the president after he finished his statement: “Do you regret not mentioning the white supremacists on Saturday?” He later took to Twitter to complain that Trump had not answered questions.

Acosta’s CNN colleague, political director David Chalian, said that Trump’s statement may have satisfied his Republican supporters, but not the rest of America: “I don’t think it erases the question of why was this not the initial instinct on Saturday.”

Leftist media chose to focus reports on Trump’s response to the Charlottesville attacks rather than the violence itself.

The media’s obsession with the President’s views on racial relations is not a new theme, either.

Throughout the 2016 election, liberal media often reported on what they believed was Trump’s lack of condemnation of racist actions.

Breitbart News continued:

Throughout the 2016 campaign, the idea that Trump failed to denounce extremist groups was a repeated theme among media critics and political opponents. In February 2016, for example, CNN’s Jake Tapper challenged Trump to denounce KKK leader David Duke, even though he had already done so publicly on more than on occasion.

President Trump remains an advocate for all American citizens and has responded to the violence in Charlottesville in kind.

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