Trump Claims People In “Dark Shadows” Control Biden, Compares Police Brutality To Missing Golf Putt [VIDEO]

Politico reports:

President Donald Trump alleged unnamed people in “dark shadows” are controlling Democratic nominee Joe Biden in an interview with Laura Ingraham that aired Monday night on Fox News. In discussing what he characterized as anarchists and thugs terrorizing American cities, Trump said, “People that you’ve never heard of, people that are in the dark shadows” are pulling the strings of the Democratic nominee.

Ingraham asked the president to elaborate, saying, “That sounds like a conspiracy theory.“ Trump specified: “There are people that are on the streets, there are people that are controlling the streets.” “We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend. And in the plane, it was almost completely loaded with thugs, wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms, with gear and this and that,“ Trump told the Fox News host on “The Ingraham Angle.”

New York Magazine reports:

The president described officers who engage in police brutality as “chokers … just like in a golf tournament they miss a three-foot putt.”

Just as the president was comparing police brutality to his favorite pastime, Ingraham cut him off, providing some critical, live PR: “You’re not comparing it to golf because that’s what the media will say.”

While Ingraham managed the rare feat of cutting off the president before he expanded on an already callous comparison, she was not able to stop him from entering full conspiracy mode while discussing Joe Biden’s supposed influence from the left.

Axios reports:

President Trump again denounced Black Lives Matter as a “Marxist organization” and said it was “discriminatory” during an interview with Fox News that aired Monday night.

What he’s saying: “The first time I ever heard of Black Lives Matter, I said, ‘That’s a terrible name.’ It’s so discriminatory,” Trump told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham. “It’s bad for Black people. It’s bad for everybody.”

Earlier Monday, Trump declined to condemn Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old supporter of his charged with murder over the shooting deaths of two people during protests in Kenosha last week. He told Ingraham that he’s visiting Kenosha on Tuesday because he’s a “tremendous fan of law enforcement” and wants to thank officers.