Yes sir, president racist, sir.
Just when you think MAYBE he can’t get any lower……..
Just a boy from the “hood”.
He used Hitler as a role model. It’s to be expected.
That would be Nazi Germany
One would think that his thumbs would be worn out by now. Maybe he has help tweeting?
Knew that was coming.
Nasty Trump should take his own advice.
Once again, Trump is controlling the narrative. His supporters are giggling with glee. His detractors still hate him, and spend a lot of bandwidth pissing against the wind. Meanwhile, Mitch is still blocking any meaningful legislation, while stacking the court system with incompetent cronies. And Trump has NOT delivered on trade or peace with NK. But he doesn’t have to. His opposition is easily distracted with every one of his tweets……..
Can you get bone spurs in the thumbs?
McCarthyism in the 1940 was a shameful period in US history.. The trump doctrine on colored folk will go down as the same. Sad
Trump ‘adviser’ says non-white Trump opponents are ‘dark underbelly’ of America. Then it gets worse.
Kellyanne Conway demands Jewish reporter explain his ‘ethnicity’
NBC unearths 1992 footage of Trump and Epstein appearing to rate young women at a party and footage of Trump and Epstein gawking, grabbing a woman at a party.
I’ve been told that Trump’s tweets aren’t racist, that he’s just “railing against people who are anti-American communists who want to destroy the country”. Two problems with that: One, claiming that your opponents want to destroy the country is straight out of Hitler’s playbook; two, “go back where you came from” has been a racist standard in this country for more than a century.
By Jonathan A. Greenblatt, CEO and national director of the Anti-Defamation League
President Donald Trump is facing a firestorm of controversy over his recent racist and xenophobic tweetstorm attacking liberal freshman members of Congress. And for good reason: His series of tweets suggesting that four U.S. congresswoman should “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came” reads as if it was ripped from a white supremacist manifesto.
It was shocking to hear the leader of the free world make such offensive statements about other elected leaders. But it didn’t stop there. As the criticism increased, rather than retract his statements, the president instead doubled down, insisting that he’s not racist and that the members he’s attacking hate America and hate Israel.
While I also have been deeply troubled — even at times disgusted — by comments from some of these congresswomen about Israel and Jews and have disagreed strongly with some of their policy statements, none of that justifies speaking in such racist and xenophobic terms.
And let’s be clear: Trump’s language was absolutely and unquestionably racist despite his denials to the contrary.
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