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Trump bro defends himself after viral tirade: Whites are ‘only race you can legally discriminate against’

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The 30-year-old Donald Trump supporter who was filmed yelling obscenities at protesters came forward, saying someone spat on him before he was filmed and “loves all colors.”

“It sucks that people are scared to stand up for what they believe in, and yet Latinos can do it and it’s fine. And if we do it? We’re racist,” Zack Thomas told The Tab. “White people? The only race you can legally discriminate against. People make movies about us and do we get mad? Like White Chicks? If there was a movie called Black Chicks, it would be a huge race thing.”

Photographer Eric Rosenwald captured Thomas on video outside a rally for the presumptive GOP candidate in Phoenix as he told protesters, “Get the f*ck out of here — our country, motherf*cker, our country,” and “Go f*cking make my tortilla, motherf*cker, build that f*cking wall for me.”

Thomas accused the protesters of “bringing the hate” to the event, saying they taunted him by saying, “you like that taco, you like that burrito in your mouth?” and claiming that they were going to turn the US into Mexico.

“I got spit on my face, you can see on those videos, it’s clearly on my face,” he argued. “I don’t know who has AIDS, or who has anything disgusting, but I don’t want that on my face. You don’t do that, that’s very disrespectful. I lost my temper, man. My friend was over there getting harassed, they ripped his sign out of his hand.”

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Thomas did not comment on the “43” tattoo seen in the video — a symbol that has been linked to the hate group known as the Supreme White Alliance. He did say, however, that he felt forced to carry a gun with him at all times, and expressed frustration with “political correctness.”

“I’m going to go on as many talk shows as I can, just to make people know we aren’t racist. We love Mexicans, we don’t like illegals,” he said. “Like I said in that video, it’s not right. Come into this country legally, and we won’t have a problem at all. I don’t get it. Our problem is with ISIS, our problem is with fixing the entire world that’s going down the drain.”

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Former FBI Director James Comey outlines the burning questions he’d ask Robert Mueller

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Former FBI Director James Comey has written a lengthy post at the Lawfare blog outlining the most important questions that Democrats need to ask of former special counsel Robert Mueller.

Although many of the questions outlined by Comey are simply asking Mueller to rehash the findings of his final report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, he does ask some questions designed to get Mueller to offer up his own analysis of President Donald Trump's actions, such as, "Did you find substantial evidence that the president had committed obstruction of justice crimes?" and "Did you reach a judgment as to whether the president had committed obstruction of justice crimes?"

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Ivanka bashed by CNN guest for jumping into Trump’s racism scandal late and trying to make herself look good

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