You know these mainstream media outlets without the facts didn't waste any time blaming Donald Trump and the Alt-right for hate crimes. Same Writer, Same Story, Same Narrative First A Burned Down Black Church Shows President Trump Wouldn’t Condemn His Own Terrorists http://www.thedailybeast.com/articl...rump-wouldn-t-condemn-his-own-terrorists.html Hillary Clinton immediately took to Twitter to condemn the act, saying, “This kind of hate has no place in America.” It was signed “H” to show it was from Clinton herself. But when it came to the burning of a black church in his own name, Trump’s little fingers didn’t touch his favorite means of reaching millions of supporters, Twitter. Instead, his campaign issued a boilerplate statement. So these are stakes of this election: a potential president who would not even condemn in his own words terrorism done in his own name. The GOP presidential candidate, in characteristically spineless fashion, said then he “would never condone violence” from his supporters. Our possible next president did not say, unequivocally, that he did not condone this specific act, because that wouldn’t fit into the dog whistle nature of his candidacy. During a press conference following the attack, Trump took his non-condemnation a step further, saying his supporters are “very passionate,” and that they “just want this country to be great again.” Clinton’s tweet condemning the arson at the Greenville church compared to Trump’s silence on his chosen platform is an important distinction to make. Twitter is the place where Trump is at his most “unshackled” where he regularly berates and bullies opponents, reporters, citizens, foreign leaders and whomever else chooses to question his manhood, sanity, or bonafides as a presidential candidate or basic human being. It’s also where he pushes conspiracy theories and fake news, where he utilizes plagiarism as a campaign tactic, and where he occasionally blames interns of questionable existence for insulting the entire state of Iowa. The Retraction http://www.thedailybeast.com/articl...-scrawled-on-its-side-charged-with-arson.html Editor's Note: Six weeks after the fire, 45-year-old Andrew McClinton, a member of the church, was charged with burning it down. Trump did not address the crime on Twitter—as he has chosen to do with other national news events—instead issuing a statement on his campaign website. The writer is now attempting to save face by saying the man who was arrested is actually a Trump supporter because...he liked Trump's page on Facebook.