In response to questions on the recent bombing of a Minnesota mosque, Doctor Sebastian Gorka had a perfect reply.
As the left-wing MSNBC hacks tried to bait him, asking loaded and antagonistic questions, Dr. Gorka reminded calm, all while shutting down their narrative.
Gorka let the hosts know that President Trump would issue a statement after the police finished their investigation, which we all know is likely to lead to absolutely nothing, or if anything, evidence of a fake hate crime.
“We’ve had a series of crimes committed, alleged hate crimes, by right wing individuals in the last six months that turned out to actually have been propagated by the left,” said Dr. Gorka, and he’s correct; the left has a long history of faking hate crimes to blame conservatives.
Let’s face it, liberals are desperate to besmirch the right-wing Trump supporting base by any means necessary.
They are obsessed with promoting the myth that Trump’s presidency has somehow created an atmosphere of “right-wing violence,” when in reality, it’s completely the opposite.
…Just ask the Trump supporter who was SHOT DEAD by his neighbor for having “too many Trump signs” in his yard…
From DailyMail UK
White House official Sebastian Gorka said on Wednesday that he’s not convinced yet that the bombing of a mosque in suburban Minneapolis was not a ‘fake hate crime’.
Top adviser Gorka was answering questions on MSNBC when he asked why President Donald Trump had not yet issued a statement on Saturday morning’s attack on Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton called the bombing a ‘criminal act of terrorism’ as the FBI office said that investigating the incident was their top priority.
Gorka, however, said that Trump would not make a statement until ‘local authorities provide their assessment’.
‘When we have some kind of finalized investigation, absolutely — so, you know, there’s a great rule, all initial reports are false, you have to check them and you have to find out who the perpetrators are,’ Gorka said in response to a question about whether the White House will address the bombing.
He added: ‘We’ve had a series of crimes committed, alleged hate crimes, by right wing individuals in the last six months that turned out to actually have been propagated by the left.
‘So let’s wait and see and allow local authorities to provide their assessment. And then the White House will make its comments.’
When asked why Trump immediately responded to the London terrorist attack in June but had not mentioned the Minnesota bombing days after the incident, Gorka questioned if it was a ‘fake hate crime’.
‘The question of who does it is a question,’ Gorka said. ‘When you’ve had people, fake hate crimes in the last six months with some regularity I think it’s wise, don’t you, to find out what exactly is going on before you make statements when in fact they could turn out to be not who you are expecting.”