Trump displays his racism to the whole world

❝ Donald Trump described El Salvador, Haiti and certain African nations, as “shithole” countries during a meeting with lawmakers on Thursday…

“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Trump said, after being presented with a proposal to restore protections for immigrants from those countries as part of a bipartisan immigration deal, the Washington Post reported, citing aides briefed on the meeting.

❝ The president demanded to know why the US would accept immigrants from these countries rather than places like Norway, whose prime minister he had met with the day before.

Yes, fools and bigots who rush to our Fake President’s defense are as racist as he. Denial is as meaningless as their false professions of loyalty to our Constitution. The chumps who elected this thug can share out the guilt – hoping to diminish and dilute the shame which illustrates that contemptible ailment so profoundly American.

There is a singular standard for judging political candidates for government in 2018 and 2020. Before any other issue, before we may evaluate economics and platforms, those who would contest for elected office must answer the cardinal question of American history: Will you support equal opportunity and equal rights for all citizens of this nation? Will you fight for those rights?

We know Trump’s answer. Over the next few days we’ll see and hear which side politicians and public figures choose to support.

7 thoughts on “Trump displays his racism to the whole world

  1. moss says:

    Just watch this play out on TV. The chumps who voted for Trump think the sun shines out his ass – and they’ll stand in line for their chance to pick up his turds and cash them in as Republican Bitcoin.

    They aren’t just bigots – they’re just plain stupid. They aren’t only ignorant. That excuse goes away when you commit to politics that screw your class and country.

  2. Shithouse Mouse says:

    ● Iowa voters laugh after GOP senator says Trump is standing up for Norway
    ● Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Tuesday negotiations to protect young immigrants enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program have turned into an “s-show” amid the fight over vulgar comments President Trump reportedly made in a White House meeting.
    ● Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen faced heated questions from Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday over her recollections of a White House meeting in which President Trump described some poor nations sending immigrants to the United States as “shithole countries.”
    ● The three strategies Republicans are using to defend (or dodge) Trump’s ‘shithole countries’ comment

  3. Mike says:

    “Trump immigration plan could keep whites in U.S. majority for up to five more years” (Washington Post 2/6/18) Also: “Hispanic immigrants who are registered voters favor Democrats over Republicans, 70 to 18, and registered voters who are Asian immigrants favor Democrats, 50 to 33, according to the most recent data available from the Pew Research Center. (Similar data was not available for African immigrants.) Approximately 78 percent of immigrants from Africa and 65 percent of immigrants from Asia were naturalized within 10 years.” Meanwhile: “There’s a big problem with how the census measures race”

    • Brown dog says:

      In December, the Department of Justice requested that the Census Bureau add a question to the 2020 survey that would ask respondents to reveal whether or not they are U.S. citizens. Since ProPublica first reported the DOJ’s letter, civil rights groups and congressional Democrats have announced their opposition, arguing that in the midst of President Donald Trump’s immigration crackdown, the question will lead many people to opt out of the census, resulting in an inaccurate population count.
      A lot is at stake. The once-a-decade population count determines how House seats are distributed and helps determine where hundreds of billions of federal dollars are spent.
      But one question regarding the December letter remained unclear. The letter was signed by a career staffer in a division of the DOJ whose main function is handling budget and procurement matters. Who, observers wondered, was actually driving the policy change?

    • Untermenschen says:

      In a tweet Tuesday, Trump ramped up his anti-immigration discourse, inaccurately blaming Democrats for allowing migrants to “pour into and infest our Country, like MS-13.”
      Many accused him of using language that has historically stood as precursor to mass genocide, with Nazi Germany serving as a prime example.
      The President’s Tuesday tweet is not the first time he’s invoked racist rhetoric that seemingly dehumanizes his target. In late May, Trump sparked fierce debate for comments he made during a meeting with California lawmakers and officials who oppose their state’s policies on sanctuary cities. (NY Daily News 6/20/18)
      “One crucial factor in creating a cohesive group is to define who is excluded from membership. Nazi propagandists contributed to the regime’s policies by publicly identifying groups for exclusion, inciting hatred or cultivating indifference, and justifying their pariah status to the populace. Nazi propaganda played a crucial role in selling the myth of the “national community” to Germans who longed for unity, national pride and greatness, and a break with the rigid social stratification of the past.” (Defining the Enemy, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)
      “White population aging rapidly in US, dying faster than babies are born, data show” (Fox News 6/21/18) “Meanwhile, minority populations in the U.S. are rising significantly faster thanks to immigration flows and younger population of Hispanic Americans, who are on average 29.3 years old. According to the Census Bureau projection, whites in America will constitute less than 50 percent of the population around 2045, a demographic shift many have foreseen for a long time.”

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