‘Today, We Got Our Leader Back!’ Coulter Cheers for ‘Fighting Trump’ … ‘We Were Gideon’s Army Without Gideon’

The Left, the media, and “quisling” Republicans more interested in hollow virtue-signaling than actually getting to the bottom of what happened in Charlottesville over the weekend have appeared to finally wake President Trump up to the utter futility of even trying to please them. Even though he’s denounced racism, David Duke, and the so-called ‘alt-right’ countless times, they still expect the president to deny observable reality and pretend that the only wrongdoing on Saturday came from the alt right.

Which made President Trump’s Tuesday press conference during which he answered questions from reporters for the first time about Charlottesville all the sweeter, because the Trump that showed up for THIS press conference was determined to tell the truth, consequences be damned.

“Do they have any semblance of guilt?” Trump pointedly asked the media of their pet “alt-left” ‘rent-a-mob’ anarchistic protesters – the ones who used bricks, pepper spray, Molotov cocktails, tear gas, and even an improvised flame-thrower to attack right-wing marchers.

Of course, that’s not to excuse the violence that came from the alt right, especially from James A. Fields, who drove his 2010 Dodge Challenger into a crowd of counter protesters, killing one and injuring many more and was rightly called a “murderer” by the president.

But “there’s blame on both sides,” said Trump, and he couldn’t be more right .

“You had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent, and nobody wants to say that,” said Trump. “You had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit and they were very, very violent.”

Trump also made the valid point that not everyone who doesn’t want to see Robert E. Lee’s statue removed is a ‘neo-Nazi.’

“Not all of those people were neo-Nazis,” said Trump.

And as far as removing historical monuments because they offend someone’s delicate sentimentalities, Trump said, “This week it’s Robert E. Lee … I wonder is it George Washington next week and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after … Where does it stop?”

Naturally, Trump’s comments drew the ire of anyone previously predisposed to be critical of the president – Dems, media types, and RINOs – but he did manage to win back an early supporter who had been souring on the president’s job performance.