WATCH: Racist Democrat Mocks Trump Supporter Beat Up By Mob: ‘Oh My Goodness, Poor White People!’

Meet Symone Sanders – who is perhaps the most racist “anti-racist” I’ve discovered thus far. It was just the latest in leftist “tolerance,” when she hit CNN airwaves on Monday to mock a white man who was viciously attacked by a Chicago mob for voting for President-elect Donald Trump. Sanders went even further to justify violence from fellow leftists, explaining: “We can’t call for people to be peaceful when the rhetoric that has been used is not peaceful, when people don’t feel peaceful in their home.”

And yet she was outraged at Donald Trump for not doing enough to stop the fake-hate crimes supposedly committed in his name (even though he’s told people not do commit any violent acts in his name). “Hate crimes aren’t the same as protesting” however, she argued.

Apparently beating Trump supporters and setting cop cars on fire are fair game – so long as they’re not hate crimes, in Symone’s eyes.

As Mediaite reported:

Trump supporter Carl Higbie retorted that there was violence on both sides, and that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama hadn’t bothered to denounce the violence at anti-Trump rallies.

“What do you say to the people who dragged a poor white guy out of a car and beat him?” asked Higbie.

“Oh my goodness, poor white people! Please!” she responded. “Oh my– stop. Stop, Carl.”

“That’s not protesting!” Higbie said. “Dragging someone out of their car are beating them is not protesting.”

You can watch the mob assault below:

You can watch this idiot in action below, and footage of the assault referenced below it:

Apparently, an angry black mob attacking an old white guy in the middle of a street is a considered a “protest” by the left but the reverse is a “hate crime” that should be denounced.

It’s insanity. I’m sure many of the readers of the article are old enough to remember when most racists were white.

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