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Old Yesterday, 09:53 AM
 
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He has radicalized some among his supporters, IMO and in the opinion of most others. If you are objective, go back through his videos, and you can see it. The pathological lying...usually against non-white citizens. Use of certain terminology to dehumanize non-whites ("infest," "invasion," "send them back," they're murderers and rapists, etc.) And there have been winks of approval to violence (telling cops not to protect the heads of accused perps when putting in police cars, telling rally goers that protesters should be taken out on a stretcher, encouraging supporters to hit or strike, saying that even if he shot someone in the street his supporters would approve, and other instances). Also, the general disrespect and disregard of the rights of others who are not white, like they are. The refusal to provide brown Puerto Rico full disaster assistance, throwing paper towels at them, hiring two guys and a truck to restore all of Puerto Rico's power equipment, etc. Trying to ban all people of a non-Christian, non-white religion from entering the country. Referring to brown/black countries as sh*thole countries, and supporters being fine with that. Putting brown children in cages, and that being seen as a good thing to many supporters. All barriers of decent and even compassionate American behavior removed. This is a known radicalization technique that's been used before.


All lies and exaggeration. Try again. When youíre blaming someone for a mass shooting using made up crap wonít get them to understand
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Old Yesterday, 09:59 AM
 
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What incendiary comments? Usually he is responding to someone. You think youíre all so innocent eh?
Hiding your head in the sand and pretending you don't see it doesn't change the facts. The majority of Americans, however, are not that ignorant. Which is why his disapproval numbers are always, consistently, higher than his approvals.

WE see and hear him, even if you pretend you don't.
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Old Yesterday, 10:05 AM
 
Location: NYC
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Just this morning, again, there are people on TV who Blair Trump for shootings, racism, etc.

First it was Russian collusion and the women who were so called raped or treated badly by Trump. Now it is racism, sexism, etc.

Iím so sick and tired that whatever looney does wrong, gets blamed on Trump.

One female, so called expert or contributor on Fox News said that Trump seems to attack every person of color.

Letís keep it honest and when Hillary verbally attacked Trump and his voters, Trump verbally hit back and as far as I know, Hillary is white!

Liz Warren, claimed to be an Native Indian, but was lying and Trump hit back at her, after she verbally attacked him for whatever could stick and threw everything at him, and Trump hit back and she is white!

Nothing sexism, or you can blame the women of being sexist for attacking a male!

Then we have some people of color who verbally attacked and blame Trump for whatever they can come up with, and Trump hits back. Nothing racism but just words back on policies.

Right now there is huge racism, sexism, and discrimination towards all Trump supporters and voters as well as the entire Trump family. On Top of that we have anti Semitic remarks by people in Congress.

Just call it as it is!

Whatever a mental individual does, horrible crime, is for their own responsibility as well as family and friends who may have know the person was not acting ďnormalĒ.
Trump is consistently on the wrong side of every issue. No one, who has a brain, can deny this, whether you're on the right or left or in the middle. Why whine when he gets called out on it? Just accept that's how it'll be. This is not about putting mustard on a hamburger or wearing short sleeves on a dress. Those are the superfluous things that the right usually complains about in a president. When Trump is critiqued on specific issues, it's for a genuine reason. Continually trying to deflect blame when it is entirely warranted must be tiring.
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Old Yesterday, 10:09 AM
 
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Why not? People blamed Bush, Obama, Clinton, Reagan, and so forth. Many times, they were right.
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Old Yesterday, 10:11 AM
 
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The bottom line is Dems are afraid of losing the black vote so all we are going to hear is Dems calling Trump a racist drumming it into African Americans heads.

And the name calling continues
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Old Yesterday, 10:11 AM
 
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Trump is consistently on the wrong side of every issue. No one, who has a brain, can deny this, whether you're on the right or left or in the middle. Why whine when he gets called out on it? Just accept that's how it'll be. This is not about putting mustard on a hamburger or wearing short sleeves on a dress. Those are the superfluous things that the right usually complains about in a president. When Trump is critiqued on specific issues, it's for a genuine reason. Continually trying to deflect blame when it is entirely warranted must be tiring.


Wrong on every issue? Lmao


Trump is the only one with the balls to call out the problems we have and to call out people who deserve it
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Old Yesterday, 10:14 AM
 
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Wrong on every issue? Lmao


Trump is the only one with the balls to call out the problems we have and to call out people who deserve it
Calling attention to problems is racist by Dems definition

Dems are afraid of losing the black vote so all we are going to hear is Dems calling Trump a racist drumming it into African Americans heads.
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Old Yesterday, 10:20 AM
 
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The bottom line is Dems are afraid of losing the black vote so all we are going to hear is Dems calling Trump a racist drumming it into African Americans heads.

And the name calling continues
Well, since that does seem to be the root cause of everything wrong in America. Such intense political clashing would not exist otherwise.
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Old Yesterday, 10:20 AM
 
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This has been true of every President. Many of them receive heaps of criticism I don't think they fully deserved. The difference is in how the different Presidential characters deal with the criticism. Obama, Bush, Clinton, &c. were mature in response; Trump acts immature. He's just not projecting a good look for a President of a free nation. I don't think he deserves a pass on this. He projects anger and hate, and his supporters behave angry and hateful in turn -- if their leader does it, then it's okay behavior. It's not okay.
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Old Yesterday, 10:21 AM
 
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This has been true of every President. Many of them receive heaps of criticism I don't think they fully deserved. The difference is in how the different Presidential characters deal with the criticism. Obama, Bush, Clinton, &c. were mature in response; Trump acts immature. He's just not projecting a good look for a President of a free nation. I don't think he deserves a pass on this. He projects anger and hate, and his supporters behave angry and hateful in turn -- if their leader does it, then it's okay behavior. It's not okay.
You donít think liberals are acting angry and hateful? You really believe so?
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