"Stand Back and Stand By" quote by the coward at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave Benedict Donald J Trump, 29 September 2020
... according to the coward at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, " ... this is not a right wing problem"
Nashville, which is no stranger to domestic bombings, is exactly what Benedict Trump wanted to happen. Trump fanned the flames of anti-semitic fervour, and death followed in a Pittsburg Synagogue. Then there was the horror of El Paso, Kenosha, and now, the home of the white supremacist Hattie Cotton Elementary School, and more recently the Looby home bombing, Nashville.
Perhaps, we should also mention the plot to kidnap the sitting governor of Michigan, and the CNN paid contributor, who on a split screen with the governor visible, suggested that she ought to 'look in the mirror" as if her stance on COVID-19 mask wearing and social distancing, justified felonious insurrection and kidnapping.
And, as news of the FBI locating the residence where the RV used in the 2nd Avenue bombing had been spotted on satellite footage, Dana Bash another CNN anchor, just spent the better half of the last half an hour explaining that the bombing as no more than the attempt of one individual to commit suicide, a suicide bombing.
This pathetic attempt to disassociate the Nashville bombing from its source, white nationalism, begs the difference between a suicide bomber and a suicide bombing. Both die in the act, but the purpose, intent, is very different. Bash, is just another go-easy-on-Trump entertainer, masking as a journalist, like Christine Welker of MSNBC.
Welker, was called upon by Brian Williams to comment on Biden's selection of Harris as his VP running mate, within a few seconds of the announcement, while Welker was standing on the grounds of the White House. Welker, in what is now a neurobiologists dream training tape, could not bring herself to acknowledge Harris as both of African and South Asian Indian origin, like Welker herself.
A few days later MSNBC announced that Welker was moving on to her ilk home, Fox News, but the uproar about her shortcomings spoiled that move. When she failed to control Trump during the second debate, her move to any other station was sealed shut, and after a brief stint on the NBC Today show, surprise surprise she was back on the sly Fox channel, MSNBC.