House of commons VS love hearing about the extreme right-wing groups
The safety committee of the U.s. House of Representatives will in september convene for a hearing on the threat of right-wing extremist groups in the United States. That is decided after the riots in the city of Charlottesville, this past weekend.
When riots between extreme right-wing groups and tegendemonstranten came Saturday, one woman, when an extreme-right protester with a car at a group of protesters rammed. Dozens of people were injured.
They protested against the presence of nationalists, supporters of the so-called “alt-right” and neo-nazis who didn’t want a statue of general Robert E. Lee was removed. Lee was the commander of the southern troops in the American civil war (1861-1865).
“We must unite and racism and prejudice to reject it, just as the hateful ideologies of neo-nazis, the KKK and other white extremist groups,” said the Republican chairman of the safety committee. The initiative for the hearing came from the Democrats.
Donald Trump condemns also links violence in Charlottesville
The American president Donald Trump has two sides, designated as guilty of the violence in Charlottesville Saturday. Monday condemned a Trump the violence of the white supremacists, Tuesday, he pointed with his finger to left-wing groups for the attacks of the extreme right-wing ‘alt-right’movement.
Trump was under a lot of pressure from both Democrats and Republicans because he initially refused the people responsible for the riots name and shame to name a few.
Background: Where does the extreme-right movement alt-right come from?