In another fake news story for the Daily Mail Thursday, Jack Breuer, who worked for senior Trump advisor Stephen Miller, is alleged to have promoted “white power” during a November photo with the president and fellow interns. David Martosko advertised the fake news by tweeting, "EXCLUSIVE: A White House intern flashed the "white power" sign while posing with Trump and the rest of his intern class last month."
The gesture – which only makes sense if made with the right hand, although there are examples of people making it with their left hand – is said to depict the letter ‘W’ with the outstretched middle, ring and little fingers, and a ‘P’ with the circle made by the thumb and forefinger stretching down to the wrist.,” the article states. “Together ‘WP’ stands for White Power.
”Unfortunately for the Daily Mail, allegations that the hand symbol, which actually represents “OK,” equates to white supremacy were debunked by none other than the ADL in May of this year.
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