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@williamb39198 wrote:

@alferdpacker

It’s such a disappointment that those within our own society that are willing to throw all of their rights and freedoms out the window in order to support this wanna be dictator. We stand in the road waving a large sign stating “the bridge is out” and they just keep driving to their demise. The problem is that they want to take us with them.  No thanks. 

Don’t want a dictator, not now, not ever. 


What freedoms have been thrown out the window???

 

Now back to the topic - do you agree that it is a fraud??

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

@BigLib— Frightening how easily far right wingers fanatics and cultists exclude historical fact from their ludicrous ststements, isn’t it??

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


What do you think of the "ststements" such as the outright lie that is the topic?


How ridiculously and childishly trump like to call out the innocent and very human mistakes in others while ignoring the devious, dangerous, and disgusting behavior of the cultists and their “god.”

Outright lie” of topic?  Seems reality and truth eludes supporters as much as it eludes the moronic racist in the WH. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

The whole thing fizzled—maybe too much police presence scared the cowardly white nationalists away.

 

trump welcomed racists onto the WH lawn last year when he called them “fine people”, when he told America Hispanics were rapists and drug dealers, and when he redlined blacks decades ago. He is, as a sitting racist US president, the head of the KKK and all other such hate groups.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


The topic is a ..... misrepresentation of truth.

No ... your reply is a denial of truth!

 

The C-ville reference is a ...... misrepresentation of truth.

No .... your reply is an evasion from the truth!

 

 

So, it would appear the post is no more than one more meaningless spouting of hatred.

Actually, the REAL "hatred" is spouted by the Nazis, white supremacists and KKKers that Trump supports instead of condemning.

And 'looking the other way' on Trump's support for these vile organizations is an extension of that "hatred".


 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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@rk9152 wrote:

When did the President say he was "fine with Nazis gathering on his lawn"?


He implied it when he obviously condoned it and never condemned their actions of murdering and severely injuring numerous people last year!

 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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@alferdpacker

It’s such a disappointment that those within our own society that are willing to throw all of their rights and freedoms out the window in order to support this wanna be dictator. We stand in the road waving a large sign stating “the bridge is out” and they just keep driving to their demise. The problem is that they want to take us with them.  No thanks. 

Don’t want a dictator, not now, not ever. 

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@rk9152 wrote:


What do you think of the "ststements" such as the outright lie that is the topic?


Trump tells lies about immigrants and immigration - he started the lying - his despicable supporters tell his lies again - and lie some more when they claim his lies should be believed...

 

Of course trump is a nazi deep down in his heart...

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@phyllisc6781 wrote:

@BigLib— Frightening how easily far right wingers fanatics and cultists exclude historical fact from their ludicrous ststements, isn’t it??

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


What do you think of the "ststements" such as the outright lie that is the topic?

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@BigLib— Frightening how easily far right wingers, fanatics, and cultists exclude historical fact from their ludicrous statements, isn’t it??

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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I fail to see how having a president, who has a documented history of discriminating against black people clear back to the 1970s, betters America.

 

 Edit: And let's be clear here - his history of discriminating against black people even back in the 1970s wasn't about any blankhole countries, these were AMERICANS.

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (11 pages of lies and growing)
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@rk9152 wrote:

@BigLib wrote:

Something to chew on:

 

"If Trump had demonstrated a real desire to unify rather than polarize the country during the course of his presidency, that tweet could be taken at face value. And his stubborn refusal to explicitly identify white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis as a pestilence could be seen as cold-blooded, calculated courting of a core part of his political base.

 

Doing any of that would misunderstand and misrepresent who the president is, however. He has been jumping into racist divides and has been a race-baiter for most of his 72 years – long before he entered the White House. I suspect that it’s hard for Trump to overtly condemn behavior he happily engages in himself.

 

Trump and his father ran a housing business that was sanctioned by the Justice Department in the 1970s for discriminating against prospective tenants of color. He paid for newspaper ads in 1989 condemning black and Latino teenagers accused of assaulting a white jogger in Central Park, stoking racial animosities to keep himself in the public eye. (Long after the teenagers were exonerated, Trump continued to insist on their guilt.)

 

Trump saddled Barack Obama with bogus citizenship charges while embracing birtherism, and he attacked a federal judge by emphasizing his Mexican heritage. He opened the White House to Steve Bannon, the former steward of Breitbart, a white-nationalist journal of record. He has refused to distance himself from white supremacists like Duke. ("I know nothing about David Duke; I know nothing about white supremacists," he has said.)
 
In White House meetings, Trump has inveighed against allowing immigrants from *bleep*hole countries” — noting that, unlike residents of Norway, Haitians all had AIDS and Nigerians lived in “huts.” He has unapologetically retweeted white nationalists, and for years has praised himself and others for being successful because of “good genes.”

 

We shouldn’t expect any of this to change. The president is who he is, and many in his political party seems content to let him have his way. But on the anniversary of the tragedies and obscenities involved in the Charlottesville march, the rest of us can remind ourselves why the president has set such a terrible and dispiriting example."

 

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-08-12/trump-still-fails-to-condemn-racism-a-year-after-...

 

You're probably right - he isn't going to change.

 

True - He could never manage to change even to save his life.

 

He will continue to fail to humanely, morally and ethically protect our borders,

 

he will continue to dis-honestly describe nations where people are making dangerous trips to escape, and so on.

 

So, remember to continue to oppose traitor trump -

 

our nation will continue to deteriorate be better for under his grossly dishonest and treasonous Presidency.

 

But - as to the fraud topic - do you support such untruths being pushed?

 

Fraud topic?  Untruths?

Given that trump and his supporters are fraudulent and untruthful - it is best to dismiss such liars, crackpots, and treason mongers...


 


 

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