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    dont call trump a racist?

    first things first.

    Trump is a racist. Now, some might not agree and that's fine. But, if you've got an argument to make that he isn't , just present it. Don't go having a tantrum by the very sight of the word "racist". Especially, if you've just ignored it being used when it was directed at someone from the other side of the political spectrum. Like, for instance, Obama, or Eric Holder, or BLM, or anyone that some on the right call "social justice warriors". The evidence of Trump's racism is overwhelming. It's been used in court decisions for decades. Most recently in a ruling regarding DACA. https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...s-judge-339512

    Additional evidence:
    1. Discriminating against African Americans in housing.
    2. Saying he doesn't want black bankers counting his money.
    3. Saying a judge couldn't do his job because he's "a Mexican".
    4. Retweeting white supremacist messages.
    5. Claiming that white supremacist are "good people".
    6. Saying "they're sending their rapist"....
    7. Folding to the white supremacist wing in his party on immigration.
    8. Removed African American's from the floor of his casino's when high rollers showed up.

    On and on and on.

    So again, if you've got an argument to make that Trump is not a racist, kindly just bloody make it.
    Don't go having a tantrum just because it's someone you don't like using the word "racist". Don't try to shut the discussion down, in the way you see some right-wingers claim any use of the word "racist" does. Don't make ridiculous arguments claiming that calling out racism is, itself, racist. Don't harass people based on ignorance of the topic. Don't do what happened here recently to Michael Steele. Where he was told he wasn't being "graceful" enough in the face of having his race used to discredit his service to the RNC. Like he said..."how do you think that makes African American's feel"? He's been a member of the party for over 40 years. Yet, he's feeling as if he's not wanted since Trump was elected. So are others , who happen to be black.

    What I'm saying is don't be a coward. Stand your ground and make your case like an adult. Not with infantile, drive by, right-wing fringe , absurd talking points - or personal attacks. State your case plainly in a reasonable manner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the watchman View Post
    first things first.

    Trump is a racist. Now, some might not agree and that's fine. But, if you've got an argument to make that he isn't , just present it. Don't go having a tantrum by the very sight of the word "racist". Especially, if you've just ignored it being used when it was directed at someone from the other side of the political spectrum. Like, for instance, Obama, or Eric Holder, or BLM, or anyone that some on the right call "social justice warriors". The evidence of Trump's racism is overwhelming. It's been used in court decisions for decades. Most recently in a ruling regarding DACA. https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...s-judge-339512

    Additional evidence:
    1. Discriminating against African Americans in housing.
    2. Saying he doesn't want black bankers counting his money.
    3. Saying a judge couldn't do his job because he's "a Mexican".
    4. Retweeting white supremacist messages.
    5. Claiming that white supremacist are "good people".
    6. Saying "they're sending their rapist"....
    7. Folding to the white supremacist wing in his party on immigration.
    8. Removed African American's from the floor of his casino's when high rollers showed up.

    On and on and on.

    So again, if you've got an argument to make that Trump is not a racist, kindly just bloody make it.
    Don't go having a tantrum just because it's someone you don't like using the word "racist". Don't try to shut the discussion down, in the way you see some right-wingers claim any use of the word "racist" does. Don't make ridiculous arguments claiming that calling out racism is, itself, racist. Don't harass people based on ignorance of the topic. Don't do what happened here recently to Michael Steele. Where he was told he wasn't being "graceful" enough in the face of having his race used to discredit his service to the RNC. Like he said..."how do you think that makes African American's feel"? He's been a member of the party for over 40 years. Yet, he's feeling as if he's not wanted since Trump was elected. So are others , who happen to be black.

    What I'm saying is don't be a coward. Stand your ground and make your case like an adult. Not with infantile, drive by, right-wing fringe , absurd talking points - or personal attacks. State your case plainly in a reasonable manner.
    If I want to know if a Trump supporter is racist, I have an easy yet remarkably sure-fire way to find out. Works like a charm.

    Ask me about it if you're interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BitterPill View Post
    If I want to know if a Trump supporter is racist, I have an easy yet remarkably sure-fire way to find out. Works like a charm.

    Ask me about it if you're interested.
    too easy. Trump once said that being lazy is an African American trait. Ask them to dispute whether or not that racist.
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