Trump is Campaigning on a Platform of Racism and Praising an Economy That’s Been Destroyed by the Coronavirus

Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, to a large extent, because he succeeded in demonizing “Crooked Hilary”. He persuaded a jaded electorate that they should bet on him, because the Republican establishment represented by the likes of “Low Energy” Jeb Bush and the Democratic establishment symbolized by the likes of e-mail deleting Hillary Clinton had so utterly failed to improve the lives of working class and middle-class Americans.

It wasn’t difficult for Trump to demonize a politician who reeked of the sulfur of corruption and elitism. Trump didn’t win because the electorate loved him, they simply hated him less than Hillary, and they wanted to send the message that they were sick and tired of the establishment.

The election is only four months away, but Trump hasn’t focused on demonizing Joe Biden. Trump’s half-hearted efforts to criticize Biden as “Sleepy Joe” hasn’t gained any traction, and he has to ramp up his “trash talk” if he wants to take down Biden a peg or two.

I don’t blame Trump for ignoring Biden, voters had a visceral hatred of Clinton and she was an easy candidate to run against, but people tend to look endearingly at Joe Biden.

Instead of attacking Biden, Trump is running on how great the economy is, or should I say was before it was crushed by the coronavirus pandemic.  

Against all evidence to the contrary Trump is pushing the false narrative that the COVID-19 pandemic is petering out and it will soon miraculously disappear.

And above all else Trump is doubling down and tripling down on racism, wrapping himself in the Confederate flag, and declaring himself the protector of Confederate statues and monuments.

Trump’s campaign platform of extolling an economy that has now been shattered, playing down a pandemic that is raging out of control, and fanning the flames of racism guarantees that he will suffer a defeat of landslide proportions.

A Desperate Trump is Doubling Down on Racism

Donald Trump isn’t a conservative like Ronald Reagan who had a clearly delineated philosophy of building up our military to bankrupt the Evil Empire and implementing supply-side economics to make the rich richer and the poor poorer.

Trump isn’t even a conservative, but he became a Republican out of political expediency because his racism and nationalism resonated with the white evangelicals who would tip the presidential election in his favor.

From the surreal moment when Trump descended the golden escalator at Trump Tower to announce his presidency by calling Mexicans rapists and criminals, he’s made racism the central focus of his political rhetoric.

But what were once dog whistles and winks and nods are now clarion calls celebrating white nationalism. In the time of a pandemic and a time of racial reckoning the stable genius is pretending the pandemic isn’t raging out-of-control and isn’t making any effort whatsoever to unite Americans.

Because the short-fingered vulgarian is sinking in the polls, he’s doubling down on racism: Defending Confederate statues, saying “black lives matter” is a symbol of hate, and posting blatantly racist videos on Twitter.

Trump is destined for an ignominious defeat in November, and if Republicans want to survive as a viable national party now is the time to reject Trump and his racism. But I don’t see that happening and for the foreseeable future the GOP will be tarnished by Trump’s racism.

If I’m wrong and Trump is reelected the American experiment will end and America will become the land of the fascists and the home of the racists.

USMNT Player Michael Bradley Rips Donald Trump

“We have a president who is completely empty. There isn’t a moral bone in his body,’ There’s no leadership. There’s no leadership from the president, there’s no leadership from the Republican senators who have sat back and been totally complicit in everything he’s done for the last 3½ years.”

United States men’s national team player Michael Bradley

Soccer may be the most popular sport in the world, but it’s hardly America’s pastime and political statements by soccer stars don’t usually receive widespread attention.

But Michael Bradley made some astute comments about Trump and the racial unrest that is wracking our country that deserves attention and analysis.

Bradley said that if America wants to solve the issues of racially inequality and social injustice “then Trump can’t be president, it’s as simple as that.”

Hundreds of thousands of Americans from all walks of life and diverse ethnic backgrounds have been protesting the cold-blooded murder of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, and the police brutality and racial profiling that his murder represents.

This is an inflection point that will lead to society and government finally taking concrete steps to address the decades old problem of racism in the police ranks specifically, and in our society as a whole. At least that’s what many pundits and politicians have been telling us.

But they are dead wrong and Bradley is spot on, the intractable problems of racial inequality and social injustice won’t be solved with the racist-in-chief who has never met a white supremacist that he doesn’t consider a good person is still in office.

Not only must Trump be thrown out of office, but it’s also imperative that Democrats regain control of the Senate. Again, Bradley is spot on, Republican senators have been totally complicit in Trump’s racist agenda.

We will have many more unarmed black men murdered by killer cops if we don’t defeat Trump and Trumpism in the polls this November.

Donald Trump’s Racist DACA Tweet

“Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from ‘angels.’ Some are very tough, hardened criminals. President Obama said he had no legal right to sign order, but would anyway. If Supreme Court remedies with overturn, a deal will be made with Dems for them to stay!”


This is the latest in a series of racist tweets emanating from the racist mind of the racist-in-chief Donald Trump. The president is a blatant racist and a pathological liar, and this tweet highlights both of these character flaws.

On Tuesday the Supreme Court began hearing arguments on the Trump administrations’ decision to end the Deferred Action Arrivals Program (DACA). The immigration policy is an executive branch memo signed by President Barack Obama in 2012 that allows undocumented people between the ages of 16 and 30 to defer deportation, attend school, work and pay taxes for renewable two-year periods.

Let’s parse Trump’s tweet:


“Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young”


According to the PEW Research Center most dreamers enrolled in DACA are ages 25 and younger. Even a senile septuagenarian should admit that people in their twenties are relatively young. DACA recipients are young people with a bright future and many years of service to their country, provided they are allowed to remain in America, their home country, for all intents and purposes.

“Are far from angels. Some are very tough, hardened criminals.”

DACA recipients must undergo extensive background checks, complete education requirements and have a clean police record. They undergo a more extensive background checks than the poorly vetted scammers and grifters who’ve found employment in the White House. Undocumented immigrants commit less crime than native-born Americans, and DACA recipients commit even less crimes. Dreamers are the cream of the crop, and if Trump weren’t a racist he would encourage them to stay in America.

“If Supreme Court remedies with overturn, a deal will be made with Dems for them to stay!”


Trump is a habitual liar, and if the Supreme Court overturns DACA I seriously doubt that he would make a deal with Democrats allowing them to stay.

The reason why the Supreme Court took up DACA is because the Trump administration couldn’t come up with a legal reason why they wanted to deport close to a million of law-abiding dreamers.


Trump wants to expel dreamers simply because he’s a racist, and I hope that the Supreme Court will do the right thing, and allow these exemplary individuals to remain in this country.

In Trump’s America Racists Feel Emboldened to Call Blacks the N-word

“A white woman was hospitalized following an altercation where she called a group of people the N-word on the X2 Metrobus.

Video emerged on Twitter showing the woman getting into an argument with another passenger. As the white woman begins walking off the bus near 2nd and H streets in Northeast D.C., she calls the other passenger the N-word.

The video shows the woman exiting the bus before cutting to a clip where she is on the ground, bloodied up.”

WPGC

Donald Trump has enabled racists to the point where they call the police on black folks for barbequing while black, sleeping in a university lounge area while black, redeeming coupons while black, selling bottles of water while black, swimming in a community pool while black …

They call the cops on people of color knowing that police interactions with minorities often leads to their injury or death.

The mere existence of people of color in Trump`s America is an affront to these racists. Pre-Trump they used the N-word in their country clubs, fraternal organizations and in their private residences, but now they feel so emboldened that they brazenly call African Americans niggers in public.

This fuc*ing moron white lady, most likely a Trump supporter, called a group of bus passengers the N-Word while riding the X2 Metrobus, a bus line that serves the inner city.

I commuted to work on a bus in Oakland, CA, and believe me everyone`s emotions are on hair trigger when you are packed like sardines in a smelly noisy bus. Yelling “nigger” on an inner-city bus is nothing short of a death wish, the bus passengers should be commended for simply beating her, and not killing her.

Minorities suffer so many indignities at the hands of the white power structure, that I`m amazed the passengers showed mercy on this vile creature.

Trump can get away with his blatant racism because he`s always surrounded by Secret Service agents, but the average racist isn`t afforded such protection, and he/she ain`t going to get away with using vile racist slurs in public.

Read More:

https://wpgc.radio.com/blogs/white-woman-calls-someone-n-word-x2-bus-ne-gets-beat

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Outrage: Kellyanne Conway Disses Black Leaders in the Oval Office!

“Social media erupted Monday night after Kellyanne Conway, a White House senior adviser, was pictured kneeling on the Oval Office couch to snap a photo of President Trump with leaders of the nation`s historically black colleges and universities.”

USA Today

If Donald Trump`s young son Barron was in the Oval Office while his father was meeting dignitaries he would have the decorum, manners and respect to sit up straight.

Kellyanne Conway was casually sitting with her knees tucked under her on the couch, playing with her phone, while Trump met with leaders from historically black colleges and universities.

Conway`s lackadaisical posture was an insult to her boss, and and affront to the black educators. If Trump met with white leaders from community colleges and vocational schools, Conway would have been sitting like a proper lady, not like a wanton floozy.

A picture is worth a thousand words, and this image speaks volumes about Conway`s white privilege and disdain for black leaders.

I`m sure Conway believes that she deserves credit for not diddling with a dildo while Trump was meeting with the distinguished African American leaders.

Unlike the Bowling Green Massacre this is a real news item, and Conway should be summarily fired by the president of the United States.

Pic of Conway siting like a slut in the Oval Office:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2017/02/28/kellyanne-conway-couch-oval-office-white-house/98510306/

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Adele’s ‘Black Friends’ Comment at Grammys Evidence of White Guilt

“Accepting the award for Album of the Year for her record 25, Adele instead said Beyonce deserved it.

She said: `I can`t possibly accept this award. I`m very humble and I`m grateful and gracious but my artist of my life is Beyonce and the Lemonade album was just so monumental – Beyonce, it was so monumental – and so well thought out and so beautiful and soul-baring.

`All us artists here, we f****** adore you. The way you make me and my friends feel.

`The way you make my black friends feel is empowering. You make them stand up for themselves and I love you and I always have.`”

Daily Mail

Adele swept the top awards at the Grammys last night, including song and record of the year for “Hello,” and album of the year for “25.”

Adele deserves all the accolades, she has almost single-handedly saved the music industry, “25” was the top selling album of 2015 and 2016.

But her acceptance speech for “album of the year” struck a discordant note. The album “25” was a masterpiece, and not only Adele, but all the producers, engineers, writers and back up singers who worked on the album deserved the recognition. Adele was out of place not only to reject the Grammy, but to break the trophy in half.

Adele`s white guilt is clouding her judgement, she should apologize to her collaborators on “25,” her fans, and the Grammys. On one side of the racist spectrum are the blatant racists who denounce Beyonce as a talentless ghetto skank, and at the other end are the obsequious white folks who bend over backwards praising Beyonce as the Queen of the Universe.

Unlike Adele I don`t separate my friends by race, if I separate them at all it`s by loyalty. There are my loyal friends who stick with me through thick and thin, and then there are my fair-weather friends who desert me when times get tough.

For Adele to speak on behalf of her black friends is patronizing and insulting — maybe she should only open her mouth to sing.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4219178/Adele-faces-backlash-Beyonce-black-friends-comment.html#ixzz4YZSJTAN7

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Obama’s Anti-white Bias is Responsible for the Rise of Donald Trump

November 2008 flush with hope and change I cast my ballot for Barack Hussein Obama, and I rejoice with unspeakable joy when he wins.

I`m proud that I participated in history; Obama`s victory instills me with hope that one day a Latino will sit in the Oval Office.

Obama`s vision of a post-racial America has come to fruition, and I look forward to four or eight years of hopes realized and change codified into just laws.

But my hopes and dreams are soon dashed to smithereens! Like almost all biracial individuals Obama identifies as black, and he seems to have a self-loathing of his white nature which manifests itself in a prejudice towards white people in general, and white police officers in particular.

Whenever there was an interaction between a black criminal and a white police officer that resulted in violence, Obama instinctively took the side of the black lawbreaker. Not only did Obama take the side of petty black criminals, but he also disparaged the police.

As a biracial person who was raised in the Muslim faith, and later converted to Christianity, Obama was ideally suited to lead our diverse nation, but his bias against white people only served to widen the chasm that separates us.

So long Obama! Good bye Obama Phones and Obamacare! Adios leading from behind! Hasta la vista pandering to Muslim despots! Bye “if I had a son he would look like Trayvon Martin.” Goodbye identity politics.

Obama planted the toxic seed that led to the rise of Donald Trump, proving the maxim that he that sows the wind will reap the whirlwind.

Thanks to Obama instead of living in a post-racial America we are awaking to a nightmare.

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