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Neo-Nazis celebrate Trump

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Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...

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You can't separate Trump from his supporters who literally idolize their cult leader. None of the following bothers them at all, I suspect they actually love it.

 

  • Trump hired at least 3 White Nationalists to work in the White House
  • Trump is a pathological liar
  • Trump insults people, countries, and organizations every day of the week
  • Trump can completely change his position on an issue within 24-48 hours.

We have one Trump supporter in this forum, who in every thread about Nazis and KKK members, spends his time defending them.

 

 

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

You can't separate Trump from his supporters who literally idolize their cult leader. None of the following bothers them at all, I suspect they actually love it.

 

  • Trump hired at least 3 White Nationalists to work in the White House
  • Trump is a pathological liar
  • Trump insults people, countries, and organizations every day of the week
  • Trump can completely change his position on an issue within 24-48 hours.

We have one Trump supporter in this forum, who in every thread about Nazis and KKK members, spends his time defending them.

 

 


Just one correction - Trump can completely change his position on an issue multiple times in the same sentence he doesn't need a whole hour.

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 Trump supporters celebrate his crudeness, is ignorance, and his vulgarity, while the rest of the world denounces him and thinks that Americans are stupid for having elected him.

 

Is this how one makes America great again? I think not.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

 Trump supporters celebrate his crudeness, is ignorance, and his vulgarity, while the rest of the world denounces him and thinks that Americans are stupid for having elected him.

 

Is this how one makes America great again? I think not.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


I have not seen any examples of that "celebrating". Any examples you might offer - or just more hate filled kudo trolling?

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

 Trump supporters celebrate his crudeness, is ignorance, and his vulgarity, while the rest of the world denounces him and thinks that Americans are stupid for having elected him.

 

Is this how one makes America great again? I think not.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Trump supporters WANT to do all the vile and foul things Donny does, but they can't get away with it. So they live vicariously by cheering a gutless, uneducable, misogynistic racist because, thanks to THEM, he CAN get away with it.

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@Olderscout66—Hmm,  do you think this has something to do with Steven Spencer thanking trump  for giving his racist buddies “a voice”?

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

You can't separate Trump from his supporters who literally idolize their cult leader. None of the following bothers them at all, I suspect they actually love it.

 

  • Trump hired at least 3 White Nationalists to work in the White House
  • Trump is a pathological liar
  • Trump insults people, countries, and organizations every day of the week
  • Trump can completely change his position on an issue within 24-48 hours.

We have one Trump supporter in this forum, who in every thread about Nazis and KKK members, spends his time defending them.

 

 http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2017/aug/15/are-there-white-nationalists-white-house...

 

Who is that poster? I have not seen such "defense".

 

I have seen defense of the Constitutional rights of American citizens to free speech no matter how repulsive. But Nazis and Kluxers - nah!


 

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@CriticalThinking—People  who support Trump and his vile disgusting, black hearted hatred and racism, do so because they believe the same.  

When one lives in the heart of hatred and racism, one cannot see past that black abyss.

 They do not see that the majority of the world sees their beliefs  as disgusting and immoral, they only see and hear those negative and ignorant responses and actions of those like them who share the same lack of morals, insight,  and ignorance. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

@CriticalThinking—People  who support Trump and his vile disgusting, black hearted hatred and racism, do so because they believe the same.  

When one lives in the heart of hatred and racism, one cannot see past that black abyss.

 They do not see that the majority of the world sees their beliefs  as disgusting and immoral, they only see and hear those negative and ignorant responses and actions of those like them who share the same lack of morals, insight,  and ignorance. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


More elitism - speaking for the world. By the way, I hope you noticed the following with regards to the post you are "Yeah, me tooing".

 

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2017/aug/15/are-there-white-nationalists-white-house...

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It is important to understand how Trump operates.

His intention, when making a provocative statement, is that those who agree with the statement see it as stated, and those who disagree will see it as just clumsiness on his part. He has had some success with this because many of his followers are unable to discern what he is doing. His allies cooperate in promoting it.

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@xrepub wrote:

It is important to understand how Trump operates.

His intention, when making a provocative statement, is that those who agree with the statement see it as stated, and those who disagree will see it as just clumsiness on his part. He has had some success with this because many of his followers are unable to discern what he is doing. His allies cooperate in promoting it.


Just to advance a healthy discussion, I'll offer an alternative thought:

Der Trumper is dumb as a box of rocks and is not capable of such "strategic thought".

 

His entire life proves this - the staff on The Apprentice spent frantic hours concocting reasons for the caprecious firings lil' Donny made to keep him from being exposed as a total dunce who just liked to say "YOU'RE FIRED". Now the leadership of the GOP has developed group amnesia and refuses to admit Donny called other Nations "sh**holes" (and of course the GOPers here will fall in line as well)

 

His one and only attempt to actual manage a business was the casino in Atlantic City, a business he ran into the ground, losing a BILLION DOLLARS of his investors money, while paying himself $81Million for his total failure running a CASINO. It got so bad that no western bank would lend him money, then Deutsche Bank handed him $130MILLION for Donny's overseas Real Estate scams, and a few days ago Der Trumper ordered the cancellation of tens of millions in fines President Obama had imposed on DB for their CONVICTION for money laundering for Russian Mob/Oligarchs/Government

 

He and a bunch of GOPers won the election because Russian Psy-Ops experts from the FSB (nee' KGB)  constructed over 200,000 very cleverly designed anti-Hillary messages sent to highly selective audience of lofos in the 4 swing States he had to win in the final weeks of the campaign. That much has been proven, we don't know how long the KGB had been searching out the lofo's all during the campaign. The Russian campaign of deceit drove thousands of lofos who hadn't voted in DECADES to the polls where they pulled the Straight Republican handle.

 

Lemontop is a gutless draftdodging preppytwit so deep in hock to the Russians he will do whatever Putin tells him (like be nice to DB and trash NATO) and listens to the last person who talks to him, which is how the GOPerLords like Bannon and Fox totally control his actions.

 

Now he's destroyed Americas influence on an entire Continant - Africa-  just weeks after he did the same thing in the Mideast with his moving the embassy to Jerusalem and in Asia when he walked away from the Pacific Trade Talks, leaving a nice "hole" that is now filled with Russian and Chinese diplomats. Oh yeah, he's done the same with America's image in Latin America.

 

Republicans have managed to elect a clone of the character Cartman from South Park, AND THEY'RE GLAD! Need more reason to get them out of office next November?

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@Olderscout66 wrote:

 


@xrepub wrote:

It is important to understand how Trump operates.

His intention, when making a provocative statement, is that those who agree with the statement see it as stated, and those who disagree will see it as just clumsiness on his part. He has had some success with this because many of his followers are unable to discern what he is doing. His allies cooperate in promoting it.


Just to advance a healthy discussion, I'll offer an alternative thought:

Der Trumper is dumb as a box of rocks and is not capable of such "strategic thought".

 

His entire life proves this - the staff on The Apprentice spent frantic hours concocting reasons for the caprecious firings lil' Donny made to keep him from being exposed as a total dunce who just liked to say "YOU'RE FIRED". Now the leadership of the GOP has developed group amnesia and refuses to admit Donny called other Nations "sh**holes" (and of course the GOPers here will fall in line as well)

 

His one and only attempt to actual manage a business was the casino in Atlantic City, a business he ran into the ground, losing a BILLION DOLLARS of his investors money, while paying himself $81Million for his total failure running a CASINO. It got so bad that no western bank would lend him money, then Deutsche Bank handed him $130MILLION for Donny's overseas Real Estate scams, and a few days ago Der Trumper ordered the cancellation of tens of millions in fines President Obama had imposed on DB for their CONVICTION for money laundering for Russian Mob/Oligarchs/Government

 

He and a bunch of GOPers won the election because Russian Psy-Ops experts from the FSB (nee' KGB)  constructed over 200,000 very cleverly designed anti-Hillary messages sent to highly selective audience of lofos in the 4 swing States he had to win in the final weeks of the campaign. That much has been proven, we don't know how long the KGB had been searching out the lofo's all during the campaign. The Russian campaign of deceit drove thousands of lofos who hadn't voted in DECADES to the polls where they pulled the Straight Republican handle.

 

Lemontop is a gutless draftdodging preppytwit so deep in hock to the Russians he will do whatever Putin tells him (like be nice to DB and trash NATO) and listens to the last person who talks to him, which is how the GOPerLords like Bannon and Fox totally control his actions.

 

Now he's destroyed Americas influence on an entire Continant - Africa-  just weeks after he did the same thing in the Mideast with his moving the embassy to Jerusalem and in Asia when he walked away from the Pacific Trade Talks, leaving a nice "hole" that is now filled with Russian and Chinese diplomats. Oh yeah, he's done the same with America's image in Latin America.

 

Republicans have managed to elect a clone of the character Cartman from South Park, AND THEY'RE GLAD! Need more reason to get them out of office next November?


How do you see those neo-Nazis (the topic) related to Pacific trade talks, Latin America, The Apprentice, Atlantic City, the FSB, Putin, and Fox??

 

Maybe you should stick to South Park and the Reagan Tax Scam.

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I cannot argue with the premise that Trump may be as dumb as a bag of rocks, he certainly has never demonstrated any intellectual ability. Some have said that he has an emotional intelligence, and that could explain his successful campaign for president. Some define "emotional intelligence" as the ability to influence the emotions of others. He has generated support from those who prefer reacting emotionally to thinking.

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@xrepub—-Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand the emotions of those around you  and to act accordingly.  I’m not really sure that Trump truly possesses this, as it was Steve Bannon who made him aware that there was a small and ignorant minority of the people in this country who would clamor for a border wall and who detested and were frightened with regard to people of color.

I also believe it is why three white nationalist were brought into the White House, there to remind trump of the emotions of his less than honorable base.

 

There are absolute signs of Aspburger’s syndrome in trump. One of the salient symptoms of this disorder is the inability to pick up on social and emotional cues from others, which is abundantly clear in this fool who is occupying the People’s House. 

 

In an unrelated topic brought up in this thread – – hysterical that one poster proclaims there are no neo-Nazis, while at the same time subjecting us with ridiculous claims of NeoMarxism.  

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

@xrepub—-Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand the emotions of those around you  and to act accordingly.  I’m not really sure that Trump truly possesses this, as it was Steve Bannon who made him aware that there was a small and ignorant minority of the people in this country who would clamor for a border wall and who detested and were frightened with regard to people of color.

I also believe it is why three white nationalist were brought into the White House, there to remind trump of the emotions of his less than honorable base.

 

There are absolute signs of Aspburger’s syndrome in trump. One of the salient symptoms of this disorder is the inability to pick up on social and emotional cues from others, which is abundantly clear in this fool who is occupying the People’s House. 

 

In an unrelated topic brought up in this thread – – hysterical that one poster proclaims there are no neo-Nazis, while at the same time subjecting us with ridiculous claims of NeoMarxism.  

 

Gee, I miss having a real president! 


A delusional poster claims that someone has posted that there are no neoNazis and then claims to be able to analyse the President from "afar".

 

I'd repeat the "hysterical" comment, but it isn't - it's sad what hatred can do to a person's ability to think objectively.

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Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating

 

There are no ' Neo-Nazis"  there are just Nazis.

 

I put white supremacists under the same label, American races laws provided the blueprint for Hitler and his crew.

 

AKA as today's Republican party.

 

Of which Republicans have elected Trump as their Fuhrer.

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@gruffstuff wrote:

Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating

 

There are no ' Neo-Nazis"  there are just Nazis.

 

I put white supremacists under the same label, American races laws provided the blueprint for Hitler and his crew.

 

AKA as today's Republican party.

 

Of which Republicans have elected Trump as their Fuhrer.


What Republican policies or agenda items do you consider "white supremacist"? Rational discussion requires more than simply typing "Fuhrer" to make a point.

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What Republican policies or agenda items do you consider "white supremacist"? 

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/11/opinion/white-supremacy-caucus.html?_r=0

 

The White Supremacy Caucus

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/aug/19/republican-party-white-supremacists-charlottes...

 

How the Republican party quietly does the bidding of white supremacists

 

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2017/08/the_gop_might_rebuke_trump_s_hatefu...

 

The GOP Can’t Hide From Charlottesville

Even as the party rebukes Donald Trump’s remarks, it continues to enable his racist policies.

 

https://www.usnews.com/opinion/thomas-jefferson-street/articles/2017-08-30/the-republican-party-not-...

 

The GOP's DACA Disgrace 

 

The party has long embraced white supremacy. Its anti-immigrant crusade is the latest evidence.

 

https://www.salon.com/2017/09/08/republicans-hit-peak-racial-hypocrisy-their-condemnation-of-white-s...

 

Republicans hit peak racial hypocrisy: Their condemnation of white supremacy is laughable Leading Republicans have fled from Trump’s racism. But their party has been a white-identity club for 50 years

 

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/08/how-the-gop-can-prove-it-isnt-a-party-for-white-racists...

 

How the GOP Can Prove It Isn’t a Party for White Supremacists

 

For the Republican Party to truly distance itself from the cause of white supremacy, however, it is going to have to do a lot more than that. Trump’s failure to describe the “events in Charlottesville for what they were was a moral abomination. But so is congressional Republicans’ daily failure to describe Trump for who he is — or the party of Lincoln, for what it has become.

 

For half-a-century, the GOP has deliberately exploited — and inflamed — white racial animus, as a means of obtaining political power. That isn’t partisan hyperbole; it’s historical fact. In 1964, the Democratic Party’s embrace of civil rights left most of the white South (and hefty portions of the white North) without a political home. This development provided Republicans with a great opportunity, so long as they were sufficiently cynical — or reactionary — to exploit it.

 

Richard Nixon was both. “We’ll go after the racists,” Nixon’s special counsel John Ehrlichman wrote, summarizing the spirit of his boss’s 1968 campaign. “The subliminal appeal to the anti-black voter was always present in Nixon’s statements and speeches.”

 

After the election, Nixon’s chief of staff H.R. Haldeman wrote in his diary that the president had told him, “[Y]ou have to face the fact that the whole problem is really the blacks. The key is to devise a system that recognized this while not appearing to.” The system they settled on became known as the Southern Strategy. Its core premise was that the GOP had everything to gain from polarizing the electorate along racial lines, and that this could be done through the deployment of coded appeals to white racists — “dog whistles” that right-thinking fiscal conservatives could effortlessly ignore.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/08/17/heres-what-white-supremacy-looks-and-s...

 

Here’s what white supremacy looks and sounds like now. (It’s not your grandfather’s KKK.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@gruffstuff wrote:

Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating

 

There are no ' Neo-Nazis"  there are just Nazis.

 

I put white supremacists under the same label, American races laws provided the blueprint for Hitler and his crew.

 

AKA as today's Republican party.

 

Of which Republicans have elected Trump as their Fuhrer.


What Republican policies or agenda items do you consider "white supremacist"? Rational discussion requires more than simply typing "Fuhrer" to make a point.


One will find and be able to engage the services of a virginal prostitute before one finds that one can engage in a "rational discussion" with a trump voter, supporter or follower.

 

"Rational trump voter" is a mythical "oxyrepublicanism".

 

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Isn't it just great to see scum like David Duke ecstatic over Trump? Birds of a feather really do flock together.

 

 

David Duke @DrDavidDuke 8h8 hours ago

 
 

Just as the most ardent Trump supporters were about to give up on him in despair -- he restores a lot of love in us by saying blunt but truthful things that no other President in our lifetime would dare say! NO DACA! NO COMPROMISE - NO **bleep** America! Hail Trump!

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@xrepub wrote:

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Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...


It appears that the neoNazis and other white supremacist are on the same page as our left wind posters. They too saw comments about dysfunctional nations as racist. They probably also think that **bleep**house is a race.

 

Ah, the ignorance of the neoNazis etal!!!

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@rk9152 wrote:

@xrepub wrote:

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Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...


It appears that the neoNazis and other white supremacist are on the same page as our left wind posters. They too saw comments about dysfunctional nations as racist. They probably also think that **bleep**house is a race.

 

Ah, the ignorance of the neoNazis etal!!!


Ah, the ignorance of anyone who believes what you just posted !!!


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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@xrepub wrote:

"

Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...


It appears that the neoNazis and other white supremacist are on the same page as our left wind posters. They too saw comments about dysfunctional nations as racist. They probably also think that **bleep**house is a race.

 

Ah, the ignorance of the neoNazis etal!!!


Ah, the ignorance of anyone who believes what you just posted !!!


An adult involved in a discussion would have added, "....because....". Much is to be learned from my post - for those interested in discussion beyond the schoolyard level.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@xrepub wrote:

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Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...


It appears that the neoNazis and other white supremacist are on the same page as our left wind posters. They too saw comments about dysfunctional nations as racist. They probably also think that **bleep**house is a race.

 

Ah, the ignorance of the neoNazis etal!!!


Ah, the ignorance of anyone who believes what you just posted !!!


An adult involved in a discussion would have added, "....because....". Much is to be learned from my post - for those interested in discussion beyond the schoolyard level.


Anything that falls into the category of "because", including hard facts, is wasted on extreme Right Wingers and the Alt Right. Anything within the realm of "because" just brings about more denial and more repetitive trollish questions of the "schoolyard" level.


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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@xrepub wrote:

"

Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "**bleep**hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday

White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.

“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.

 

The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."

 

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/368807-neo-nazis-celebrate-trump-**bleep**hole-comm...


It appears that the neoNazis and other white supremacist are on the same page as our left wind posters. They too saw comments about dysfunctional nations as racist. They probably also think that **bleep**house is a race.

 

Ah, the ignorance of the neoNazis etal!!!


Ah, the ignorance of anyone who believes what you just posted !!!


An adult involved in a discussion would have added, "....because....". Much is to be learned from my post - for those interested in discussion beyond the schoolyard level.


Anything that falls into the category of "because", including hard facts, is wasted on extreme Right Wingers and the Alt Right. Anything within the realm of "because" just brings about more denial and more repetitive trollish questions of the "schoolyard" level.


Try a rational "because" every now and then just to see what happens.

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So the admitted racists think Trump is racist, and they are thrilled.


The anti-racists think Trump is racist, and they are enraged. 

 

It's only the closet racists who think they are fooling others by saying Trump didn't mean what he said he meant.  

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@NerdyMom wrote:

So the admitted racists think Trump is racist, and they are thrilled.


The anti-racists think Trump is racist, and they are enraged. 

 

It's only the closet racists who think they are fooling others by saying Trump didn't mean what he said he meant.  


Gosh golly and gee whillikers!

"Closet racists who think they are fooling others by saying trump didn't mean what he said he meant."

Well, yes - now that it is considered - conservatives/trump-suckers really are that pathetically obtuse, aren't they?

 

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Closet racists—David Duke doesn’t think he’s a racist—he just thinks his ideas are how the things should be,

 

Of course, Duke, trump, and those who say trump did nothing wrong, are clearly racists. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

Closet racists—David Duke doesn’t think he’s a racist—he just thinks his ideas are how the things should be,

 

Of course, Duke, trump, and those who say trump did nothing wrong, are clearly racists. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


I think that the President's words about certain nations are totally accurate. As has been pointed out, their citizens are desperate to get out.

 

So, since I agree with that - does that make me a racist?

 

If not, what are you talking about?

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@rk9152 wrote:

@phyllisc6781 wrote:

Closet racists—David Duke doesn’t think he’s a racist—he just thinks his ideas are how the things should be,

 

Of course, Duke, trump, and those who say trump did nothing wrong, are clearly racists. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


I think that the President's words about certain nations are totally accurate. As has been pointed out, their citizens are desperate to get out.

 

So, since I agree with that - does that make me a racist?

 

If not, what are you talking about?


The example you just gave would not "make" anyone a racist. The way people look at things doesn't "make" them a racist. Being a racist "makes" people look at things a certain way. Does this answer your question?


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