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Charlottesville VA 2017 - Marchers with Nazi and Confederate Flags

No, Mr. President: There Are Not ‘Good People’ on Both Sides

ADL said that the president went beyond the pale in equating racist white supremacists in Charlottesville with counter protesters who were there to stand up against hate. The entire “Unite the Right” rally was built on racial and conspiratorial anti-Semitism. “There is no rationalizing white supremacy and no room for this vile bigotry. It is un-American and it needs to be condemned without hesitation,” said ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt.

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