Yes, Trump Is A Racist

As I’ve noted before, Il Trumpe is just a typical frightened, old, bigoted Fox News viewer. The latest installment (boldface mine):

But so many foreigners had flooded into the country since January, he vented to his national security team, that it was making a mockery of his pledge. Friends were calling to say he looked like a fool, Mr. Trump said.

According to six officials who attended or were briefed about the meeting, Mr. Trump then began reading aloud from the document, which his domestic policy adviser, Stephen Miller, had given him just before the meeting. The document listed how many immigrants had received visas to enter the United States in 2017.

More than 2,500 were from Afghanistan, a terrorist haven, the president complained.

Haiti had sent 15,000 people. They “all have AIDS,” he grumbled, according to one person who attended the meeting and another person who was briefed about it by a different person who was there.

Forty thousand had come from Nigeria, Mr. Trump added. Once they had seen the United States, they would never “go back to their huts” in Africa, recalled the two officials, who asked for anonymity to discuss a sensitive conversation in the Oval Office.

Trump has always been a racist–he’s the son of a Klansman who himself has engaged in racial discrimination. But the self-traumatization of being a regular Fox News watcher only has made things worse. All that said, Il Trumpe is of the Republican Party, if not its elites.

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5 Responses to Yes, Trump Is A Racist

  1. jonolan says:

    It’s called fake news, sir. You’re just parroting an unsubstantiated, refuted claim by some “anonymous” source that the NY Times chose to run. You know, the paper whose editor openly admitted and proclaimed that they ran such stories because they hate President Trump.

    • Morbeau says:

      It’s a Choose Your Own Adventure nation. You just pick the stories that fit your personal narrative, and believe whatever best fits your understanding of your Saturday morning cartoon world view. Everything is fine.

  2. John Magoun says:

    One of the problems for those defending the president and denying that he said those things, so that it can become another unresolvable he-said-she-said thing, is that both remarks – the AIDS, the huts – sound exactly like Trump. It’s not proof, but it is probable cause, in the court of public opinion.

    The flip side is how his occasional personal denials of outrageous remarks, or calls for national unity and good will for all, always sound ghostwritten by lawyers, delivered in the flat, slightly scared tone of a hostage-video. He got elected by voicing the fears and hostilities of a large segment of the population, and he knows it. It’s way too late to try denying his own “successful” self at this point.

  3. Min says:

    I grew up in the segregated South, and I have observed racism up close. Yes, Trump is a racist. You don’t have to read slanted anti-Trump news and editorials to get that. All you have to do is look at what Trump does and listen to what he says. “Some, I assume, are good people,” is a dead giveaway. “I have a great relationship with the blacks. I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks.” Maybe not so obvious, but it smells of bullshit. Even Scott Adams, one of Trump’s greatest cheerleaders, admits that Trump is a bullshitter. “Master persuader” is what Adams calls him, while admitting that Trump is a con artist. Following in his father’s footsteps, Trump was racist in his rental practices, breaking the law. (Trump is a notorious scoff-law.) Trump flamed racist sentiment against the Central Park Five, and continued to do so when DNA evidence cleared them. Trump is on record as calling Blacks lazy. Trump is a racist, and an unrepentant one. Even Governor Wallace repented his racism late in life.

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