The Young Turks' Emma Vigeland once again went out to talk with Trump supporters this week, and she found that many of them were in denial that acts of right-wing terrorism in the United States should even be classified as right-wing terrorism.
One particularly emotional Trump fan went so far as to say that white nationalists like the one who shot up the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh last weekend were actually secret liberals.
"The white supremacists are not right-wing, they're socialists!" he insisted. "They're socialists, they believe in big government!"
Vigeland noted that white supremacists are right-wing by definition -- hence, the decision to name the infamous 2017 Charlottesville rally "Unite the Right."
"By your definition!" he shot back. "Why would someone who believes in big government be right wing? Why would someone who... uh..."
At this point, the Trump supporter let out multiple exasperated sighs.
"First of all," he continued once he regained his composure. "The Nazis, there's, like, 50 of them in the whole country. There's no association with them in the Republican Party."
Vigeland pointed out that many prominent neo-Nazis -- including Richard Spencer and David Duke -- adamantly backed Trump's campaign in 2016.
"I don't care who they like!" he said. "They're a bunch of crazies!"
Watch the video below.