They’ve moved away from “Russian Collusion” and “Obstruction of Justice” in record speed.
It is astonishing to watch how quickly Donald Trump, who was a pop-culture icon for 30 years, was lauded in rap songs, made cameo appearances in movies, and was a meme before memes existed with his catchphrase, “You’re Fired!” has been transformed so completely into a white supremacist who is inciting and winking at the mass murder of American citizens.
What’s even more shocking is that this isn’t just happening on the Opinion pages, or in random comments sections, but by the individuals that are running for the opportunity to challenge President Trump in 2020.
They’re falling all over themselves in order to clearly state that they think that Donald Trump is racist.
It’s not just those polling at 1% or less like Julián Castro and Amy Klobuchar, but the ones at the top of the heap are doing it as well.
ClashDaily did a whole article on Joe Biden standing by his claim that President Trump said that the “fine people on both sides” included white supremacists and neo-Nazis — also known as the Charlottesville Hoax.
Senator Elizabeth (Pocahontas) Warren(D-MA) made sure that she tweeted it out clearly, “Today I was asked whether the president is a white supremacist. I said yes.” She has said that President Trump has “given aid and comfort to white supremacists” with a “wink and a nod” citing his comments in the wake of the Charlottesville protests.
Today I was asked whether the president is a white supremacist. I said yes.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) August 8, 2019
Robert Francis O’Rourke who is “taking a break” from his campaign in order to support his hometown of El Paso, Texas, which, it just so happens, is the focus of the entire Media(D) at the moment, has made it clear that he also believes that President Trump is a white supremacist.
O’Rourke has also said that President Trump called Klansmen and neo-Nazis “very fine people” when speaking to Jake Tapper on CNN.
.@jacobsoboroff: "Is the president a white supremacist?"
Beto O'Rourke: "He is." pic.twitter.com/fdArfgX6tP
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 7, 2019
Angry Bernie concurs. He also said that Trump “coddles Nazis and Klansmen.”
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) August 4, 2019
Kamala Harris won’t clearly state facts, just in case she needs to change them later, so she just said that President Trump is “clearly a racist.”
.@KamalaHarris at a Vegas church this morning stops short of calling @realDonaldTrump a white nationalist & doesn’t say his words incite violence. She says Trump is “clearly a racist” and his words have consequences pic.twitter.com/uoBEPbS8Vk
— Kyung Lah (@KyungLahCNN) August 4, 2019
She did continue to spread the lie that President Trump called neo-Nazis “fine people.”
Trump promised affordable health care, then tried to rip care away from millions.
Said he was for working people, then passed a tax bill benefitting the top 1% & corporations.
He’s ripped babies from their parents & called neo-Nazis "fine people." It’s time for a new president.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) June 15, 2019
Obama’s HUD Secretary, Julián Castro, has said that “no one” has built a political career on “dividing people along racial and ethnic lines as Donald Trump.”
"I don't think that there's been anybody who has been more successful at building his political career on dividing people along racial and ethnic lines as Donald Trump has." -2020 Dem. presidential candidate @JulianCastro on the President's racist remarks. https://t.co/0Kgz5rmyyv pic.twitter.com/qRQTAw5kDY
— CNN (@CNN) July 20, 2019
Senator Amy Klobuchar said that the tweets criticizing “The Squad” was “clearly racist.”
Amy Klobuchar on Trump tweet: "I thought that that tweet was clearly racist." pic.twitter.com/zsjnMJKyTN
— The Hill (@thehill) July 16, 2019
Cory Booker’s campaign is calling for all Trump rallies to be canceled because they “inspire white nationalist attacks like the one in El Paso.”
— Erin Turmelle (@erinturmelle) August 6, 2019
Even the El Paso shooter has said that his views were his own and not inspired by Trump.
Mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg, has said that Republicans are “enabling” Trump’s “naked racism.”
Where are they getting this from?
Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert and self-proclaimed “Master Persuader” has explained it like it’s two movies playing on one screen.
In Movie One, President Trump is absolutely, definitely a racist, and any honest person can see it in the way he talks, the people who support him, and his policy proposals. For the viewers of this movie, Trump’s alleged racism is a fact, not an opinion. Therefore, logically, all Trump supporters must be racists because they support a racist president. This view of reality is promoted by CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, Washington Post, ABC, NBC, NPR, and essentially all of the left-leaning press.
In Movie Two, President Trump promised the country he would not be politically correct if elected, and sure enough, he is not. He goes hard at all critics, with uncautious language, and that makes it easy for his political foes to cherry pick the times he criticizes women and people of color, framing those instances as some sort of pattern. Viewers of Movie Two are confused about whether the viewers of Movie One are lying, stupid, brainwashed, or mentally ill.
Source: Scott Adams Says
Adams then takes real-world examples and filters them through each “movie” to see which one is the reality. Guess which one fits the bill better?
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Do they actually think that this strategy will work?
They’ve literally called all Republican presidents and presidential candidates in recent memory racist, but once he’s out of office, or has been defeated, they turn on the current Republican and say, “if only he were like so-and-so.”
Do you think it will work this time?