As Twitchy reported, President Trump on Air Force One Thursday once again revived his post-Charlottesville comments in which he denounced hate and violence and bigotry coming from “all sides.”

Trump was slammed at the time for not calling out specifically the white supremacists who had gathered in Charlottesville, but this week, he stood by his comments, saying that recent antifa violence had proved there were agitators working on the extreme fringes of both ends of the political spectrum.

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, however, took note of how Trump referred to the antifa as the “other side.”

OK, maybe we’re just blinded by Trump-worship, but isn’t it possible that since 100 percent of the press’s attention was focused on the white supremacists with their tiki torches and 0 percent on the alt-left (which doesn’t exist, by the way), that would make the antifa “the other side.”

No one tell Chris Hayes the grass is always greener on “the other side” — his brain might overheat trying to figure out which side is which.

And again, that’s what it took for the media to finally concede that, yes, there was another side on the ground there. In case no one else noticed, the clowns in the black hoodies and kerchiefs were running around before the election and smashing windows immediately after. They’re the reason the UC Berkeley police are reportedly spending $600,000 to keep the campus from burning down during a Ben Shapiro appearance.

We’ve been assured journalists don’t take sides, but …

Give him a minute; certainly he’s thinking deeply about it.

But CNN already settled this: there’s no “alt-left” — it’s just a derogatory term. And the antifa are no different from those soldiers storming the beach at Normandy on D-Day; there’s just everyday heroes freeing the country of Nazis so that Communists can move in unimpeded and set up shop.

Obviously. You’d think now that he’s been elected president, he’d make it even more obvious and put on the Klan robes like on all the “serious” news magazine covers.

Wait … there are some fine people on the antifa’s side? It’s almost as if there were a majority of decent people in the middle being ignored by the press while clowns on the fringes get all the coverage.

Who wouldn’t love the anti-fascists? After all, they’re anti-fascist, and they’ll beat you and pepper spray you if you commit a thought crime in their presence. You’re either with the antifa, or you’re a fascist, simple as that.

We’ll give the final word to the Young America’s Foundation who are behind Shapiro’s speech in Berkeley — check out these awesome signs going up around campus:

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Sensing he’d given himself away, Trump quickly signed a joint resolution rejecting white nationalists, white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, and other hate groups.

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Editor’s note: We’ve corrected the post to read Young America’s Foundation, not Young Americans for Freedom. Our apologies.