MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace claimed on air that former President Donald Trump is a “fan” of political violence.
Wallace made the ridiculous claim Friday on her show “Deadline: White House” while discussing the retirement of Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (Ohio), one of the RINO Republicans who voted to impeach Trump.
“I’ll be totally honest, I’ve been so crushed with disappointment and disgust by the people that know better,” Wallace said. “People like him, he voted to impeach, but before him, people like Paul Ryan, people like Rob Portman, people who knew that everything Trump said and did was either corrupt or uninformed or disgusting or in some instances all three.”
"They are literally having a rally supporting people that broke the law, some charged with felonies, trying to stop a vote in the United States… They are there supporting violence… This is normalizing that behavior" – @TheRevAl w/ @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/di8pGTHb6V
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) September 17, 2021
“The reason that political violence is a reality is complicated and not so complicated. The ex-president is a fan of it. He did not condemn the insurrection in forceful terms.”
“He said on that day ‘we love you.’ He said of the jailed insurrectionists recently that they had his support. We are heading down an incredibly, incredibly perilous path here just with one of the two parties’ views on political violence,” she added.
Democrat operative Al Sharpton agreed, claiming the “Justice of J6” rally “supports violence” despite the fact members of the media comprised most of the rally attendees.
“They are literally having a rally supporting people that broke the law, some charged with felonies, trying to stop a vote in the United States,” Sharpton said. “They are there supporting violence…This is normalizing that behavior.”
Notably, former President Trump said Thursday the Saturday Justice for J6 rally was a “setup” and discouraged his supporters from attending.
“On Saturday, that’s a setup,” Trump said about the rally. “If people don’t show up they’ll say, ‘Oh, it’s a lack of spirit.’ And if people do show up they’ll be harassed.”
Washington D.C. is once again a complete police state as they prepare for a protest for the political prisoners of January 6th taking place there this weekend.