As a non-partisan American, it’s hard to believe anything in the news anymore. Because I threw away my team jersey in 2012 I can “see” both sides of an argument politically. I recommend it to everyone, as it’s liberating. I also recommend the American Voter should do their own homework and not just swallow what they’ve been spoon-fed for the past few decades.
First, for those virtue signalers who subtly or otherwise, are happy about Trump contracting Covid-19, let me ask you this: Do you believe the 200,000+ people who have died are to blame as well? Your comments suggest that masks and social distancing are the cure and therefore the sick/dying/dead did something wrong and therefore deserved to get the virus. Kinda like saying “she dressed provocatively and deserved to get raped.”
I notice you are the same people who claim President Trump is a meanie, or a racist (which I’ll get to in a sec) yet you’re the first people to say HORRIBLE THINGS and wish a man ill will, or death. Who’s the hateful one here?
Second; as for white supremacy, I watched this disgusting display from members of the White House Press Corps, and was livid. Since taking office these so-called journalists, whose leftist democratic dogma live within them,( <—– see what I did there?) have tried to steer the narrative for low-information voters susceptible to their hate. The press conference was about the October 1st shooting in Vegas, and judge Barrett’s nomination. Yet the very first question asked was one that has been answered over and over again for the past twenty years: Will President Trump denounce white supremacy?
For you “journalists” out there who refuse to do your homework, Here are TWENTY examples of him denouncing white supremacy and hate groups going back to 2000.
For those of you who identify as democrats and/or anti-Trumpers, and wish to express your visceral hatred of the man, can you please do us all a favor? When you’re spewing your feelings about Donald Trump, can you do it based on facts and not fiction? I understand he’s not a typical politician. Actually, he’s not a politician at all. He’s bombastic, loud and as Ben Shapiro says, he’s great at making word salads.
But Donald Trump is NOT a white supremacist.
If you want to see what a real racist looks like, let’s take a look at Joe Biden’s 47 year record on the subject:
“In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
“Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” I find this one exceptionally repugnant. He’s telling black people what to think here.
“You got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.” That’s what he thought of President Obama!
“He was a mentor, a friend and a guide.” Joe Biden’s words at Robert KKK Byrd’s funeral.
And finally, Judge Clarence Thomas summed up Joe Biden’s party in his opening statement at the Anita Hill hearing: “This is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in anyway dane to think for themselves.”
Clearly, the only racist running for President in 2020 is Joe Biden.