by Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
American history is replete with examples of white extremism and white nationalism. That’s an irrefutable fact.
Unfortunately, that history was long ago rewritten by the very party that rails against it now. And to call it a mere whitewashing of history is a severe understatement.
The party of white extremism, racism, bigotry and white nationalism, the Democrats, has all but erased the evils committed by the real villains, successfully offloading their turpitude onto an unsuspecting party, the Republicans, who stood for diversity, integration and tolerance.
This was on full display at a recent sham of a Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee hearing on – what else? – the threat of white supremacy in America.
Of course, as are all things in Congress today, this ‘hearing” was designed for one purpose: to get Trump – to paint him, and anyone who supports him, as nothing more than a racist white supremacist. Or, if you’re a black conservative, an Uncle Tom.
Or both, in the case of Fox Nation host and black conservative David Webb.
You may recall that CNN analyst Areva Martin accused Webb of having “white privilege” during a discussion on race, only to find out Webb is, in fact, black.
Yahoo News writes, “It was supposed to be a hearing on white supremacy and the faltering efforts of the Trump administration to quell violent expressions of white nationalism.” Of course it was.
So the Republicans on Capital Hill decide to bring forth a young rising star conservative, a black woman and Trump supporter, Candace Owens, to testify. She’s young, so I’m sure the wily veteran Democrats on the committee thought they would run rings around the 20-something witness. They were wrong. Owens fought back from word go, making Chairman Nadler look like the fool he is. Her questioning was cut short when the Dems realized they had lost.
What caused such consternation among leftists were comments made by Owens, at an event last December. “I actually don’t have any problems at all with the word ‘nationalism.’ I think that the definition gets poisoned by elitists that actually want globalism. Globalism is what I don’t want, so when you think about whenever we say nationalism, the first thing people think about, at least in America, is Hitler.” She added that, “He was a national socialist. But if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, OK, fine.”