Watch Out for Dangerous (Not-Existent) White Supremacists

Out of all the ridiculously dumb fairy tales in America during the Trump era, nothing is more dishonest than the “white supremacist terror groups” lie. A month out from Trump’s reelection, you can’t even turn on your television without some moron lying to the American people about “white supremacists.”

Just to be clear: White supremacist terror groups don’t exist in large numbers in the US. They just don’t. The “Boogaloo Boys” was a meme literally invented on 4Chan and 8Chan.

All of this white supremacist hooey is useful for one thing, however. If any public official tells you they’re concerned about white supremacist terror groups, you automatically know that they are part of the anti-Trump #Resistance. (Looking directly at you, FBI Director Christopher Wray.)

You probably caught Joe Biden and Chris Wallace telling Donald Trump to denounce the Proud Boys in the last debate during that stupid Antifa-is-an-idea exchange. Biden and Wallace were claiming that the Proud Boys are a white supremacist group.

Any honest person could spend 5 seconds on Google to confirm that this is a lie. Pictured in this meme is the chairman of the Proud Boys. And that’s all we have to say on the matter.

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