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 One example of the President "playing footsie" with Nazis please.

 


 You're welcome.


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And the hatred goes on from who blame it on our President and Republicans.  Makes no sense....

 

Three hate-filled nut-jobs All far right extremists and bigots, the stregnth of Conservatives....went over the edge this week.  Yep, it's a "thin line".  Yesterday's "trump supporters/Great People" are tomorrows headlines....Minority poverty is at a historic low this week. Look at what gets all the attention. Yep, you should do something about that instead of whinning about what gets headlines.  That shows how Trump hatred is the prime motivator for some. Yes, trump and his supporters hatred is indeed, a motivator for the.....uh.....er.....Right.  Shame!


 


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I'm sure our Founding Fathers are been rolling over in their graves this past week. Horrifically bad week. When does it stop??!! These are NOT normal times we live in sadly.


I am sure that the Founding Fathers would be shocked to see these horrific acts being used as partisan tools.


WRONG! What would disgust the Founding Fathers is a political party that encourages violence against our citizens and then defends the perpatrators and denies their connection to the horrific events their rhetoric has caused.

 

They would be equally disgusted by a Free Press that refuses to report on the cause of the horror while allowing that cause "equal time" to defend their acts and divert blame to those who cannot defend themselves.

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The partisanship you speak of is coming from Trump. First he denounces violence, then he again attacks the media and blames them for the problem. Trump has weaponized politics like no other, and unfortunately this won't change until he is gone sadly.
And I say,  the sooner Trader Trump is gone and forgotten the better.  But the "forgotten" part is only wishful thinking.  The PTSD will smother this nation's people for a long, long time to come.

 

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 One example of the President "playing footsie" with Nazis please.

 

You seem to have missed the concept that George Soros is commented on for his actions, not his religion. Janet Yellen was Chair of the Fed - surely her actions in that position can be considered apart from her religion. And so on. Now, in addition to the left seeing everything through their racial prism, they now have a religious prism.

 

Read the text above your post, read the article.

 

Those are not my words, it's a snip from the article, note the italics.

 

Are you seriously defending the Trump/ Republican / FOX NEWS conspiracy theories and incitement to violence concerning George Soros and Janet Yella ?

 

Are you a terrorist too?

 

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The partisanship you speak of is coming from Trump. First he denounces violence, then he again attacks the media and blames them for the problem. Trump has weaponized politics like no other, and unfortunately this won't change until he is gone sadly.
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@Tom5678 wrote:

I'm sure our Founding Fathers are been rolling over in their graves this past week. Horrifically bad week. When does it stop??!! These are NOT normal times we live in sadly.


I am sure that the Founding Fathers would be shocked to see these horrific acts being used as partisan tools.

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 blame it on our President and Republicans.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/wp/2018/10/27/the-slaughter-in-pittsburgh-was-not...

 

The slaughter in Pittsburgh was not ‘unimaginable.’ It was inevitable.

 

Donald Trump and his surrogates have been playing footsie with American neo-Nazis for months: tweeting their memes, retweeting their messages, appearing on their radio shows. After an Oct. 13 speech in which Trump warned that Hillary Clinton “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty” and that “a global power structure” is conspiring against ordinary Americans, the Anti-Defamation League urged Trump to “avoid rhetoric and tropes that historically have been used against Jews.”

 

Well, Trump just gave his reply. On Friday, he released a closing ad for his campaign repeating offending lines from that speech, this time illustrated with images of prominent Jews: financier George Soros (accompanying the words “those who control the levers of power”), Fed Chair Janet Yellen (with the words “global special interests”) and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (following the “global power structure” quote). The ad shows Hillary Clinton and says she partners “with these people who don’t have your good in mind.”

 

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Donald Trump and his surrogates have been playing footsie with American neo-Nazis for months: 

 

Years not months.

 

 One example of the President "playing footsie" with Nazis please.

 

You seem to have missed the concept that George Soros is commented on for his actions, not his religion. Janet Yellen was Chair of the Fed - surely her actions in that position can be considered apart from her religion. And so on. Now, in addition to the left seeing everything through their racial prism, they now have a religious prism.

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I'm sure our Founding Fathers are been rolling over in their graves this past week. Horrifically bad week. When does it stop??!! These are NOT normal times we live in sadly.

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 blame it on our President and Republicans.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/wp/2018/10/27/the-slaughter-in-pittsburgh-was-not...

 

The slaughter in Pittsburgh was not ‘unimaginable.’ It was inevitable.

 

Donald Trump and his surrogates have been playing footsie with American neo-Nazis for months: tweeting their memes, retweeting their messages, appearing on their radio shows. After an Oct. 13 speech in which Trump warned that Hillary Clinton “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty” and that “a global power structure” is conspiring against ordinary Americans, the Anti-Defamation League urged Trump to “avoid rhetoric and tropes that historically have been used against Jews.”

 

Well, Trump just gave his reply. On Friday, he released a closing ad for his campaign repeating offending lines from that speech, this time illustrated with images of prominent Jews: financier George Soros (accompanying the words “those who control the levers of power”), Fed Chair Janet Yellen (with the words “global special interests”) and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (following the “global power structure” quote). The ad shows Hillary Clinton and says she partners “with these people who don’t have your good in mind.”

 

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Donald Trump and his surrogates have been playing footsie with American neo-Nazis for months: 

 

Years not months.

 

 

 

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