Scaros — a professor at Grand Canyon University — is the writer of the book “Trump-Up Charges” in which he deals with the 10 myths about Donald Trump reported on by the liberal media.
“I wanted to show the public and set the record straight and many years from now, history will evaluate Donald Trump fairly as to what he actually accomplished and what he genuinely didn’t. That’s why I wrote the book,” Scaros said in a recent interview with The Western Journal.
Half of his book is dedicated to claims that Trump is a bigot or xenophobe.
One is about the false statement that Joe Biden made after the Charlottesville protest in August 2017: that Trump referred to white supremacists as “very fine people.”
When hundreds of protestors assembled to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a park in the Virginia city that had been named after him, violence erupted thanks to antifa.
“There were very fine people on both sides,” Trump said. “I’m not talking about the white nationalists who should be condemned totally.”
“Joe Biden’s whole campaign was built on a lie, the lie being that Trump said there were ‘very fine people’ on both sides,” he continued.
“And if you look at the context, that was certainly not the case,” Scaros concluded. “He was referring to like-minded people who despise white supremacy and racism as much as anyone else, but who believe in the legacy of Confederate monuments.”
“He described persons who are good and wish to keep the history of the soldiers who fought in their state where those statues are,” the author continued.
Scaros said Biden knew all of this, but spread the lie anyway.
“He looked to the American people being bamboozled by media malpractitioners who just churn out clickbait headlines hoping that people are too lazy to read the full story,” he said.