The Rundown - Tues 8/15/17: Public shaming?

On Monday, two days after the chaos in Charlottesville, President Trump came out with a statement specifically condemning neo-Nazis, the KKK and white supremacists. The problem was that the two day delay left an opening for those who already don't like this president to continue to question, criticize, and mock him. I get that he's in a no-win situation much of the time with the MSM, late-night "comics", etc. But he made it much worse by not doing the right thing Saturday.

 

After the predictable reaction by the MSM, Trump tweeted this:

 

Some people are using Twitter to try to identify neo-Nazi protesters from Charlottesville, planning to publicly shame them and try to cost them any jobs they might have. Are you in favor of that?

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-charlottesville-protesters-are-being-named-shamed-and-fired-2017-08-14?link=sfmw_tw

http://www.npr.org/2017/08/14/543418271/on-the-internet-everyone-knows-you-re-a-racist-twitter-account-ids-marchers

Of course, this can happen:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/14/us/charlottesville-doxxing.html

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