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Olderscout66:  How long before the Republican Base realizes the fact their Party makes things worse for non-whites does NOT mean they make things better for non-rich whites?

 

 

Things aren't better in the material sense, but these people get satisfaction from seeing Trump stick it to the people they hate. Their reaction to children being dragged away screaming from their parents? "Bout **bleep** time!"

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Were Stephan Miller petition to have his name changed to Jim Crow, the Court would rule his behavior had rendered the change Moot.

 

How long before the Republican Base realizes the fact their Party makes things worse for non-whites does NOT mean they make things better for non-rich whites?

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Yup.  When the Trump administration took over, he had four well-known racist/bigots in his circle:

 

Steve Bannon

Michael Flynn

Sebastian Gorka

Stephen Miller

 

Still need Miller gone.  

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https://www.salon.com/2018/06/20/why-wont-the-mainstream-media-tell-the-truth-about-racist-ghoul-ste...

 

Why won’t the mainstream media tell the truth about racist ghoul Stephen Miller?

 

Stephen Miller is a white supremacist with a long record of racist words and deeds. Ignoring that is negligence

 

 

When the news media provides facts without context it does the public a disservice. This is one of the core principles captured by the dictate of the five W's -- who, what, where, when and why -- taught in every high school-level journalism class. It would seem that the New York Times has neglected that basic rule.

 

Last Saturday, the flagship newspaper of establishment journalism focused on White House senior adviser Stephen Miller's role in the Trump administration's decision to hold thousands of refugee and immigrant children as de facto political hostages in prison camps and warehouses.

 

Nowhere in the New York Times story was there any explanation or discussion of Stephen Miller's background, his values or what other motivations could drive him to be so enthusiastically cruel toward nonwhite children and their families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

 

This information is readily available: The Times made a choice not to include it.

 

Stephen Miller -- like other Trump advisers such as Michael Anton, Sebastian Gorka and Steve Bannon -- is a white supremacist. Like other members of the so-called alt-right (a collection of far-right extremists that includes neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan and other racists) Miller hides behind Trumpian slogans about making America great again and neutral-sounding terms such as "nationalism" and "populism" to advance a policy agenda where nonwhites are treated as second-class citizens and white people are empowered above all other groups.

 

Miller is also the principal architect of the Trump administration's proposed immigration "reforms," which would effectively turn the clock back to the 1920s and 1930s, a time when nonwhites were effectively not allowed to immigrate to the United States.

 

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White supremacists and bigots like Stephen Miller and Donald Trump wear suits and ties. Today's most dangerous white supremacists and racists are not adorned in neo-Nazi regalia or KKK robes. Too many people -- even journalists and reporters who ought to know better -- must be confronted with cartoon-like extremists in order to finally, and grudgingly, acknowledge the existence of racism and white supremacy in America. The proof of racism is not in how one dresses. It lies rather in words and deeds -- and in the case of Donald Trump and Stephen Miller, the policies they advance.

 

 

 

Making America Great Again with Jim Crow 2.0, and the " liberal " " Main Stream Media "  gives them a  pass on it.

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