Chris Wallace Blames Trump For New Zealand Massacre Having Fans Call Him To Be Fired

It seems that Chris Wallace would like to jump on the bandwagon and blame President Trump for the New Zealand massacre. 

On “Fox News Sunday” White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was a guest of Wallace which is when he decided to take aim at Trump.


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“In his 74 page manifesto the shooter wrote this, I want to put it on the screen. ‘Were, are you a supporter of Donald Trump? As a symbol of renewed identity and common purpose? Sure,’” Wallace said.

‘Some folks were disturbed that it was out of manifesto after the shooting which said that he was doing this to kill ‘Invaders’ the president said this when he was signing his veto message,” he said before showing the president calling illegal aliens “invaders.”


“I’m a little disappointed you didn’t put up the next sentence,” Mulvaney said. “I looked at it last night (it) said ‘What about for his policies and as a leader?’ and he said Dear God no.”

But Wallace conveniently left that out f his hit piece as it did not serve his purpose of denigrating and blaming President Trump.

“I agree the president is not responsible for this (New Zealand shooting) but has he considered, given the fact that some people seem to feel that he has given them cover, has he considered giving a major speech condemning anti-Muslim white supremacist bigotry?” Wallace said.


“To the degree that there is an issue with white supremacists, white nationalists, anti-Muslim bigotry in this country — and there is an issue with that — why not deliver a speech condemning it?” he said.

“I’m not sure what more you want the president to do,” Mulvaney shot back. “You may say you want a national speech, that’s fine. Maybe we do that, maybe we don’t.”


“The president is doing everything we can to prevent this type of thing from happening here. The president is doing everything that we can to make it clear … look, this has to stop,” he said.

“I’m not sure how many times we have to say that. And to simply ask the question every time something like this happens overseas or even domestically to say, ‘Oh, my goodness, it must somehow be the president’s fault,’ speaks to a politicization of everything that I think is undermining the institutions that we have in the country today,” he said.


“Let’s take what happened in New Zealand yesterday for what it is: a terrible, evil, tragic act. And figure out why those things are becoming more prevalent in the world. Is it Donald Trump? Absolutely not,” he said.

“Is there something else happening in our culture where people know that ‘I’m going to go on TV today and live-stream me murdering other people.’ That’s what we should talk about,” he said.

Of course, people went on Twitter to call for Chris Wallace to be fired.




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