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Here is something else to reflect on for trump and all of his trumpbots after they beat- down they took in the midterm elections. And for how mainstream conservatives will respond.
He demanded that Republicans end by demonizing immigrants. On October 31—six days before the midterms and four days after a man enraged by Jewish support for the immigrant caravan murdered 11 people in Pittsburgh—Trump tweeted out an ad about the caravan.
When Paul Ryan called him the Sunday before Election Day to implore him to talk about the economy, Trump instead boasted that his focus on immigration was rousing the GOP base.
He was probably right. His strategy worked, in part, because he understood something about the respectable people in his party: Bigotry involves ascribing negative characteristics to an entire racial, religious, or ethnic group.
As William Saletan has noted in Slateit begins with a man declaring, in a heavy Spanish accent, that he wants to kill police.
The ad also shows what appears to be a Nicaraguan flag, and a mass of people violently pushing against a fence. Even Fox eventually rejected the ad. This is semantic nonsense. But he is the worst of the worst, a vicious and unrepentant killer.
This is staggeringly naive.
The president has a history on race, and the ad can reasonably be viewed in the context of it. The Washington-based former news anchor Derek McGinty then tweeted a question: Do you think that was racist?
What makes all this so depressing is that National Review and Erick Erickson once actually did challenge Trump.
But their actions also reflected the fact that Erickson and National Review take conservatism seriously. So they half-heartedly waved the whole thing away. Which is just what Trump expects. Bullies can sense cowardice.
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Actually, now that I think about it, they probably already have.A collection of quotes by Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, taken from her many writings. Reveals her attitudes and beliefs regarding sterilization, racial purification, marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, adultery, fornication, teen sex, racism, eugenics, homosexuality, the rights of the mentally ill and indigent, etc.
The Sources page at vetconnexx.com offers links and source material written by and pertaining to William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, the African American activist, writer, and scholar. The research is conducted by Dr.
Robert Williams. Negro (plural Negroes) is a dated term historically used to denote persons considered to be of Negroid heritage. The term can be construed as offensive, inoffensive, or completely neutral, largely depending on the region where it is used.
It has various equivalents in other European languages. The word Negro fell out of favor by the early s. However, many older African Americans initially found the term black more offensive than Negro.
The term Negro is still used in some historical contexts, such as the songs known as Negro spirituals. The word “Negro” is used in the English-speaking world to refer to a person of black ancestry or appearance.
It has been used for people of African ancestry as well as people from other places. The word negro means 'black' in Spanish and Portuguese. May 03, · West Virginia Republican US Senate candidate Don Blankenship escalated his racial attacks on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a new ad ahead of Tuesday's primary.