Democrats continue to accuse President Trump of being a white supremacist, but Martin Luther King Jr.‘s niece has a question for them: “I’d like to ask anyone who calls him that — have they ever met one?”

On Fox News Thursday, Trump supporter Alveda King said she knows plenty about white supremacists.

Trump ‘Is Not a Racist’

“I’ve had the experience of going head-to-head with genuine racists,” King said. “Back in the 20th Century, I was a youth organizer. At the time, my uncle, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King was killed… I was in a home that was bombed. A racist is a person who really does believe that their race, their category of humanity, is superior or different.”

King insists the President “is not a racist.”

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“He’s not a white supremacist,” King said. “President Trump says we all bleed the same. He’s very clear on that. And he has done so much for all Americans, including African Americans… A better economy, [Historically Black Colleges and Universities] get a good shot in the arm, criminal justice reform, his pro-life work. Don’t buy into this racist banter, this race-baiting.”

Ms. King then criticized liberals who believe they are on higher moral ground when they bash Trump.

 

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‘They’re Not Even Being Honest’

“Everyone who’s calling President Trump a racist and white supremacist, most of them support killing in a very brutal way, called abortion,” she said. “They’re using that word ‘moral,’ but they’re doing some of the most immoral deeds that America and humankind can ever see.”

King said some of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates like Beto O’Rourke and former Vice President Joe Biden are simply playing politics and are the real race-baiters.

“All of them are saying, ‘Why doesn’t he renounce, denounce white supremacy,’ which he’s done several times,” King noted.

“They’re not even being honest,” King continued on Fox News Thursday. “The race-baiters who want to stir up fear and hate make us think that we’re different, when we’re one blood and one human race.”

Indeed. This isn’t the first time she has defended the president against charges of racism, including her recent interview on NPR at the end of July.

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King’s Critique of Democrats On This Issue is Dead On

King makes an important point.

Democrats are guilty of the sort of demagoguery and racial politicking that they accuse the President of, every time they try to pain Trump as a white supremacist. In the wake of these tragedies, real leaders should seek healing and use rhetoric toward that end, as President Trump did – and King notes – when he denounced white supremacy and said his heart was with the victims and their families.

The President is not a racist or white supremacist. Alveda King should know.