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@lj9807492 wrote:

For those Republicans who insist that Trump is not responsbile for spreading hate, violence and racisim in our country, here is part of an article written by George Will, a staunch conservative political commentator entitled "Trump Set The Environmental Tone That Brought Us To This Point."

"It is not implausible to believe that Trump's year of sulfurous rhetoric - never mind his Monday morning reading, seemingly for the first time, of words the teleprompter told him to recite - can provoke behaviors from susceptible individuals, such as the El Paso shooter. If so, those who marked ballots for Trump should have second or perhaps first thoughts. His Repubican groupies, meanwhile, are complicit. It is quite another thing to have a president who does not merely pollute the social atmosphere with invectives directed at various disfavored minorities; he uses his inflated office not just to shape this atmosphere, but to Be this atmosphere."


These comments have just sadly proven the following to be true.  Why do the Socialist Liberals always have to point the finger at someone else instead of looking within?

 

Hate causes the problems and the HATERS cause these shootings...no matter if they're spewing hate from the Socialist Left, Anti-Fa Supporters or the Right.....stop the HATE, and stop the BIASED Media who SPREADS their HATE, and then the HATERS believe those lies and THEY go out and do vile things like Mass Shootings.  All who spread hate are responsible!

 

“Love in spite of the many reasons to hate.”  Martin Luther King


Protesting to STOP NAZIs is LOVE OF COUNTRY.

Exposing racism and bigotry is LOVE OF COUNTRY

Demanding action to stop mass murder is LOVE OF COUNTRY

Supporting equal treatment under the law is LOVE OF COUNTRY

 

Blaming a minority for all your problems is HATE

Calling an entire regeon a (you know what donny said) is HATE

Telling your opponents to go back where they came from is HATE

Calling Nazis and KKK "good people" is HATE

Tearing infants from their mother's arms is HATE

 

See the difference?

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tRump has been clearly identified as a racist since the 70s when his racist rental policies got him sued by the Feds.

 

Just as a tiger can't hide it's stripes - tRump has never been able to hide his racism - he does lie about it a lot...

 

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@lj9807492 wrote:

For those Republicans who insist that Trump is not responsbile for spreading hate, violence and racisim in our country, here is part of an article written by George Will, a staunch conservative political commentator entitled "Trump Set The Environmental Tone That Brought Us To This Point."

"It is not implausible to believe that Trump's year of sulfurous rhetoric - never mind his Monday morning reading, seemingly for the first time, of words the teleprompter told him to recite - can provoke behaviors from susceptible individuals, such as the El Paso shooter. If so, those who marked ballots for Trump should have second or perhaps first thoughts. His Repubican groupies, meanwhile, are complicit. It is quite another thing to have a president who does not merely pollute the social atmosphere with invectives directed at various disfavored minorities; he uses his inflated office not just to shape this atmosphere, but to Be this atmosphere."


These comments have just sadly proven the following to be true.  Why do the Socialist Liberals always have to point the finger at someone else instead of looking within?

 

Hate causes the problems and the HATERS cause these shootings...no matter if they're spewing hate from the Socialist Left, Anti-Fa Supporters or the Right.....stop the HATE, and stop the BIASED Media who SPREADS their HATE, and then the HATERS believe those lies and THEY go out and do vile things like Mass Shootings.  All who spread hate are responsible!

 

“Love in spite of the many reasons to hate.”  Martin Luther King

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Never figured to be a George Will fan. Nor have I detailed areas where we may disagree. But I never felt of him as being unpatriotic. And now on the subject of trump, he certainly may be an ally, and we may have a common interest...our Country!

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As I read the comments above I was reminded of the hate-filled rhetoric spewed forth by someone with a ridiculous mustache that reminds me of a ridiculous orange comb-over. All this must be confusing to Moscow Mitch.   

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For those Republicans who insist that Trump is not responsbile for spreading hate, violence and racisim in our country, here is part of an article written by George Will, a staunch conservative political commentator entitled "Trump Set The Environmental Tone That Brought Us To This Point."

"It is not implausible to believe that Trump's year of sulfurous rhetoric - never mind his Monday morning reading, seemingly for the first time, of words the teleprompter told him to recite - can provoke behaviors from susceptible individuals, such as the El Paso shooter. If so, those who marked ballots for Trump should have second or perhaps first thoughts. His Repubican groupies, meanwhile, are complicit. It is quite another thing to have a president who does not merely pollute the social atmosphere with invectives directed at various disfavored minorities; he uses his inflated office not just to shape this atmosphere, but to Be this atmosphere."

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