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Pink Blasts Donald Trump Supporters Amid George Floyd Protests

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By Clark Sparky

Pink has been extremely vocal about her feelings during the ongoing protests across the country following the killing of George Floyd, and on Wednesday she once again did not hold back. She posted a video to Twitter in which she went after people who claim to call themselves "patriots," yet still somehow support Donald Trump.

The singer said the president "doesn't govern, respect or represent half of our country."

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She went on to say that people who support his ideology are hypocrites:

"That's not America, that's your America. That's not America. So, you either worship the Confederate flag, which is not our flag and it never will be, or you're a hypocrite that doesn't actually understand the meaning of patriotism or what it means to be an American. Truth."

The comments come on the heels of Pink responded to a Trump "LAW & ORDER" tweet by calling him a "racist" and a "coward."

"You're a coward and a racist and just like everything else you've ever attempted in your life, A COMPLETE AND UTTER FAILURE." She tweeted, "I can't wait to vote you out in November. Maybe you'll see the results from your baby bunker."

She then welcomed any "racists" to unfollow her if they don't like her opinions. "You have my blessing. Go. Go now. One quick push of a button and you don't have to look in the mirror or confront who you really are," she said.


Trump has been under fire for his handling of the Floyd death and subsequent protests that have gone on for nine days across the country.

On Monday, various forces used violent tactics to clear out peaceful protestors so Trump could walk across the street and have a photo-op in front of St. John's church with a Bible.

Just before that, Trump made a speech in the White House Rose Garden during which he called himself the "law and order president" and threatened to send the military into cities to fight its own citizens.

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On Wednesday, Trump was scorned by his own former Secretary of Defense, Gen. James Mattis, for deliberately attempting to divide the country during this time. Mattis accused the president of using the Nazi tactics of "Divide and Conquer."

Floyd was killed when former officer Derek Chauvin knelt on the back of Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes while he was laying face down on the pavement in handcuffs.

Chauvin was originally charged with third degree murder and manslaughter, but that was increase to second degree murder on Wednesday.

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