The American dream is in danger as white supremacists rally and celebrate their victory at the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
The president is giving the White House a new, “faux” look, with a white carpet in place of the traditional red carpet.
The white carpet, as a symbol of the American Dream, has been a staple of inaugurations and inaugurations are often the focal points for anti-Trump protests and demonstrations.
But the American dream has been in a state of complete chaos.
White supremacists are celebrating the election of President Trump.
White nationalists have been celebrating Trump’s election for months, and in February the White Supremacist League of Greater Seattle proclaimed their intent to “kill the president” and “exterminate” him.
A few days later, the white nationalist group “Alt-Right” released a video that featured footage of the White house’s inaugural parade.
The White House has tried to quell these violent rallies with the “cordon sanitaire,” a “no-entry” order that bars people from entering the Whitehouse.
But this has not deterred white nationalists, who are demonstrating outside the White Houses in droves, and they are marching down the Mall in Washington, D.C. They are chanting, “White power, white supremacy, white power, we want white power.”
White supremacist rallies and demonstrations have become a regular feature of Trump’s first 100 days.
On January 20, he took a day off and held a massive rally in Philadelphia.
He was met by thousands of supporters and protesters.
Trump was booed and heckled.
The crowds in Washington and other cities have grown to about 1 million.
Trump’s popularity has surged among white nationalists.
On Monday, the president tweeted, “We are witnessing the birth of a new American revolution.”
But white supremacists are increasingly upset by the WhiteHouse’s policies and tactics, as well as its handling of the inauguration.