The Far-Right Is Turning On ‘Neo-Con Puppet’ President Trump After His Strike On Syria

04.07.17 2 years ago 16 Comments

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It appears that the 59 tomahawk missiles fired by President Trump into a Syrian airfield late last night blew up more than just a couple runways and fuel tanks. They also managed to nuke the unwavering support from some of his most diehard conservative and notoriously white supremacist fans. Some of the President’s most loyal supporters during his presidential campaign are now openly mocking him on social media, declaring the missile strike against Syria as a monumental misstep in the first 100 days of his presidency. They also view this as a broken campaign promise to keep the United States out of another conflict in the Middle East.

At the forefront of the pack holding fiery torches and yelling into the dark sky was Nazi/white supremacist Richard Spencer, who reacted by, uh, endorsing another presidential candidate (not Trump) for the 2020 race. Following his lead were Paul Joseph Watson, a contributor to InfoWars; Mike Cernovich, a self-employed notoriously Trump-loving blogger with a massive social media following; former Fox News radio host Laura Ingraham; and author/professional anger-inducer Ann Coulter.

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