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Trump's 'good genes' comment at Bemidji rally draws condemnation

 

Bemidji MN remarks about "good genes" compared to "race science." 

 

President Donald Trump’s praise of a nearly all white crowd’s “good genes” came during a Friday night rally in Bemidji where he also sharpened attacks on refugees.

 

He opened his speech by calling the group “hardworking American patriots” and raising alarms that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would flood the state with Somali refugees. Trump said near the end of his wide-ranging, nearly two-hour speech that the state was pioneered by men and women who were tough and strong and braved the wilderness and winters to build a better life.

 

“You have good genes, you know that, right?” Trump said. “You have good genes. A lot of it is about the genes, isn’t it, don’t you believe? The racehorse theory. You think we’re so different? You have good genes in Minnesota.”

 

Some heard echoes of language Nazis used to justify their genetic superiority and which led to the killing of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust.

 

“For Minnesota Jews, it’s chilling to hear this language, which echoes the ‘race science’ used by the Nazis to justify the extermination of so many of our ancestors,” Carin Mrotz, executive director of Jewish Community Action, said in an e-mail Monday. “But we recognize that the president is choosing this language intentionally, celebrating the supposed genetic superiority of European immigrants here in Minnesota on stolen Native land that has become home to immigrants from all over the world, to sow division and hatred between us.”

 

Beltrami County GOP Chairman Rich Siegert described criticisms of Trump’s “good genes” remarks as overreaching.

 

“I can’t buy into that one at all, and I’m not going to criticize Trump for saying that because I think it’s just a manner of speech,” he said. Siegert interprets the “good genes” remarks to mean “we’ve got people up here that have a good mentality and they’re thinking positively and they’re thinking the way [Trump is] thinking, that’s what it is.”

 

He said he’s sure there are a lot of good Somalis, and that there was no intent to say “that Somalis are bad people. They’ve got a different culture and different beliefs.”

 

At the rally, the president said that Biden would fill the state with refugees from dangerous countries, echoing previous attacks on U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who came to the country as a refugee from Somalia.

 

“Are you having a good time with your refugees?” Trump asked. As a supporter shouted “Omar!” he continued, “Omar, that’s a beauty. How the hell did she win the election?”

 

Bemidji, a town of 15,000, is 80% white and surrounded by the Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth Indian reservations.

 

It is the seat of Beltrami County, where commissioners voted 3-2 in January against allowing refugee resettlement after the Trump administration instituted a policy giving local communities a say in whether to take new refugees. Beltrami County was one of the few localities in the nation to vote against permitting new refugees, though a federal judge soon blocked the White House from enforcing the executive order.

 

Trump has vowed to win Minnesota this year, something no other Republican presidential candidate has done since Richard Nixon. His campaign is counting on a strong showing in rural areas like Beltrami County, where Trump got 50.6% of the vote in 2016, beating Hillary Clinton by nearly 10 percentage points.

 

Trump has attributed his own success over the years to good genes, even well before he became president.

 

But Veena Iyer likened Trump’s comments in Bemidji to eugenics advocates, including Nazis and U.S. policymakers, who about 100 years ago built an immigration system based on racial quotas.

 

“This statement hearkens to eras both in our own country and in other nations’ histories that we do not as a nation, as a state, as a community want to go back to because they don’t reflect our values,” said Iyer, executive director of the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota. “…At the end of the day, there’s no reason that we should have any leader in our country in whatever context rallying a group of people based on their ‘good genes.’ ”

 

Opponents of refugee resettlement in Beltrami County pointed to the financial burden as a top reason. They noted that the county must first take care of its own residents in need before tending to outsiders. While commissioners who voted against refugee resettlement did not return phone messages Monday, Commissioner Tim Sumner pointed to racism as a deeper reason.

 

“I think it goes further than financial,” said Sumner, who voted to allow refugee resettlement and is a member of the Red Lake Nation. “Let’s be honest, it’s racism is what it is. And for the president to come to Bemidji, which is surrounded by three tribal nations, to spew hatred and racism is uncalled for, especially when we’re a county and a community that’s still dealing with racism and still trying to move forward from this refugee [vote].”

 

Trump's 'good genes' comment at Bemidji rally draws condemnation 


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I'm sure that Trump's many followers would loudly disagree, but I have a very real suspicion that this year's COVID is working to the benefit of those who believe in population control and ethnic cleansing.  In particular,  I think Trump's nonchalance when it comes to the fact that over 200,000 American people have already died due to this plague and that many more will surely die due to his failure to act at the beginning and even now, proves that the economy and  Trump's "reviews" (how he is perceived in the media) are of the greater importance to him.  To heck with "the people"!  To him they are expendable and/or nothing more than collateral damage and perhaps even worse--the mass killing of black, brown, infirmed, and elderly persons is to the greater good as he seeks to "make America great again."  

 

Thus to sum it up,  I christen Herr Trump our first, one, and only.....

AMERICAN HILTER!

 

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@LydiaN586309 wrote:

I'm sure that Trump's many followers would loudly disagree, but I have a very real suspicion that this year's COVID is working to the benefit of those who believe in population control and ethnic cleansing.  In particular,  I think Trump's nonchalance when it comes to the fact that over 200,000 American people have already died due to this plague and that many more will surely die due to his failure to act at the beginning and even now, proves that the economy and  Trump's "reviews" (how he is perceived in the media) are of the greater importance to him.  To heck with "the people"!  To him they are expendable and/or nothing more than collateral damage and perhaps even worse--the mass killing of black, brown, infirmed, and elderly persons is to the greater good as he seeks to "make America great again."  

 

Thus to sum it up,  I christen Herr Trump our first, one, and only.....

AMERICAN HILTER!

 


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"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in DC, 1/27/2017
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That’s a good point by Lydia. Whether it’s termed population control, genocide, ethnic cleansing, or sociopathic, just look at numbers:

-how many immigrants have died at the Southern border from cruelty

-at least 3,000 Puerto Ricans from inaction

-205,000 from the virus, from inaction with more to come

-if healthcare is done away with, how many might die from that uncaring action

 

There is a unfeeling killer loose, and he’s called trump and his gang of criminals. 

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When Hitler Comparisons Lose Their Meaning

I've been tracking Hitler comparisons online off and on in the media for the past decade. Following are just a small portion of the folks who've been compared to Hitler by various commentators, along with relevant links. There's something about seeing the full list at once that demonstrates just how ridiculous the use of Hitler as a rhetorical tool has become.

 

  1. U.S. President Donald Trump
  2. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
  3. Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness
  4. Flint, Mich., City Council President Monica Galloway
  5. The kid in "EuroTrip"
  6. First Lady Michelle Obama
  7. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
  8. Hallandale Beach, Fla. Mayor Keith London
  9. Auckland, NZ, Mayor Phil Goff
  10. South African politician Julius Malema
  11. Movie director Michael Bay
  12. Conservative talk host Glenn Beck
  13. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders
  14. Pope Benedict XVI
  15. German politician Björn Höcke
  16. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
  17. Terrorist Osama bin Laden
  18. Concordia University Business Professor Hodai Hemami Shahla
  19. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  20. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer
  21. U.S. President George W. Bush
  22. U.S. President Jimmy Carter
  23. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
  24. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro
  25. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
  26. U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney
  27. Ugandan Dictator Idi Amin
  28. U.S. President Bill Clinton
  29. Naturalist Charles Darwin
  30. Syrian Dictator Bashar Al-Assad
  31. Animator Walt Disney
  32. King Leopold II of Belgium
  33. Chinese President Jiang Zemin
  34. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
  35. Climate activist Greta Thunberg
  36. Conservative writer Dinesh D'Souza
  37. Filipino kleptocrat Ferdinand Marcos
  38. Filipino strongman Rodrigo Duterte
  39. Poker champion Annie Duke
  40. White supremacist Richard Spencer
  41. Equatoguinean President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
  42. Halloween celebrant Bryant Goldbach
  43. North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Sung
  44. North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-il
  45. North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un
  46. Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore
  47. Roman Emperor Nero
  48. Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein
  49. Christian Messiah Jesus
  50. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
  51. Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg
  52. U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy
  53. U.S. President Abraham Lincoln
  54. Entertainment Software Association founder Doug Lowenstein
  55. Financier Bernie Madoff
  56. Murderer Charles Manson
  57. Conservative Christian activist Ginny Maziarka
  58. U.S. Senator John McCain
  59. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert McNamara
  60. German Chancellor Angela Merkel
  61. PETA president Ingrid Newkirk
  62. U.S. President Richard Nixon
  63. U.S. President Barack Obama
  64. U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
  65. Italian comedian and politician Beppe Grillo
  66. Russian Dictator Vladimir Putin
  67. Rhodesia and Rhodes Scholarship founder Cecil Rhodes
  68. Zimbabwean Dictator Robert Mugabe
  69. University of Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez
  70. U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  71. U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld
  72. Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger
  73. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
  74. Roman Catholic nun Mother Teresa
  75. Slain abortion doctor George Tiller
  76. Leonardo the Cat

https://www.trustsignals.com/blog/rhetoric-gone-wrong-75-people-and-a-cat-whove-been-compared-to-hit...

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@sunluvngal wrote:

When Hitler Comparisons Lose Their Meaning

I've been tracking Hitler comparisons online off and on in the media for the past decade. Following are just a small portion of the folks who've been compared to Hitler by various commentators, along with relevant links.

 

You've been busy over the last 4 years.  Maybe you should compare trumps fascism with other fascist leaders in the world.


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in DC, 1/27/2017
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Anyone who studies Trump knows he idolizes dictators such as Kim Jong Un and Vladimir. Trump's rallies are patterned after Hitler's rallies, the similarities are stunning. 

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Except in Trump World, it's no secret that Trump admires dictators. Hitler is probably near the top of his list. Trump definitely copies the type of rallies Hitler had and he also treats the Free Press in the same manner as Hitler did in the early 1930s. 

 

Trump, just like Hitler in the early 1930s, is a wanna be dictator.

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Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 

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@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


So are you talking about Levi's or Wranglers?  ROFLMAO !!!!!

 

He did praise them for having good "genes".


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Donny Bonespurs IS dumb enough to WRITE "you have good jeans" when praising people's ancestors, but not sure even a moron like tRump would praise people's casual clothing as showing a connection to their forebears. His supporters, obviously.

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@Olderscout66    You keep on speaking about Trunp, and disregarding the people that completely believe what he says. Do you realize that they are as much fault as he is? 
He is only preaching to his choir and his choir is responding to his preaching.

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

@Olderscout66    You keep on speaking about Trunp, and disregarding the people that completely believe what he says. Do you realize that they are as much fault as he is? NO!  They are MORE at fault....they give him control and power and ignore logic and his lies!


He is only preaching to his choir and his choir is responding to his preaching.  And why is that?  Because they are listening and slurping up the lies and the slop.  It's disgusting and pathetic!



"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in DC, 1/27/2017
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This morning I heard a talk show finally start talking about trump, and his being a fascist authoritarian...at least two years late, but still pleasantly surprised. 
Perhaps we will hear more of that discussion in the media, along with the increasing reporting of trump lying...time to roll, with the election coming up soon!

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@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.

 

 

 

 

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@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 

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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!

 

 

 

 

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Reminds me of the McCarthy Era.( Mid 50's)

 

People were fired in the Government.

Actors, Scriptwriters, were blacklisted in Hollywood and Broadway for being "UnAmerican"

Books were taken out of Public Libraries (The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand, etc)

 

The biggest role of a Fascist is to control the message to the people, and disparage the free press.(Tweets re the main message communicator from Trump to his base)

 

They need control of one media outlet (Fox) to galvanize a base. 

Trump has his tweets and Fox, and will not give objective credence to anything else.

 

Also, Fascists need corrupt generals to help them( Barr, West Wing, Putin, Mitch McConnel, Lindsay Graham,etc)

Fascists need undying loyalty to survive.

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@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 

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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!

 

 

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

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 

You are getting sleepy.
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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!

 

 

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

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!


It's reason and logic only to liberal schizophrenics.

 

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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!


It's reason and logic only to liberal schizophrenics.

 


Wrong again .... It's reason and logic to ALL intelligent informed people, which includes "liberals" of course!

 

It's also rule of law in court.

 

 

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@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!


It's reason and logic only to liberal schizophrenics.

 


Wrong again .... It's reason and logic to ALL intelligent informed people, which includes "liberals" of course!

 

It's also rule of law in court.

 

 


Since you persuade nobody, talk to the hand.

 

TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg

 

 

 

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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!


It's reason and logic only to liberal schizophrenics.

 


Wrong again .... It's reason and logic to ALL intelligent informed people, which includes "liberals" of course!

 

It's also rule of law in court.

 

 


Since you persuade nobody, talk to the hand.

A typical reply from Trump supporters who refuse to allow facts to get in the way of what they would like to believe!

TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg

Yup .... Trump supporters do indeed say "no" to facts!!!

 

 


 

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

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

Prove that he didn't say, "You have good jeans."

 


It's logistically impossible to prove a negative.


1. You are confusing "logistically" with "logically".

2. It is possible to prove negative claims that are made with well defined limits.  For example, "There is nothing in the box." can be proven by opening the box.

3. The "limits" are every time someone claims to have heard Trump say "genes."

 


It's impossible to prove a negative .... logistically or logically or any other way!


Prove it.

 


An absurd request ..... 

 

What you're promoting is the fallacy that "everything a person says is true unless it can be proven wrong". 

 

That's obviously impossible!


Nonsense.

 


No .... It's reason and logic .... Things that are obviously foreign to Trump supporters!


It's reason and logic only to liberal schizophrenics.

 


Wrong again .... It's reason and logic to ALL intelligent informed people, which includes "liberals" of course!

 

It's also rule of law in court.

 

 


Since you persuade nobody, talk to the hand.

A typical reply from Trump supporters who refuse to allow facts to get in the way of what they would like to believe!

TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg

Yup .... Trump supporters do indeed say "no" to facts!!!

 

 


 


TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg

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@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@aruzinsky wrote:

@myexper wrote:

Wrong again .... It's reason and logic to ALL intelligent informed people, which includes "liberals" of course!

 

It's also rule of law in court.

 

 


Since you persuade nobody, talk to the hand.

A typical reply from Trump supporters who refuse to allow facts to get in the way of what they would like to believe!

TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg

Yup .... Trump supporters do indeed say "no" to facts!!!

 

 


 


TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg


The white flag of Trump supporters!!!

 

 

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Trump supporter symbol for "don't show me any facts":


TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg


 


Man learns from history that man learns nothing from history.
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@ChasKy53 wrote:
Trump supporter symbol for "don't show me any facts":


TalkToTheHandEmoji.jpg


 


Wrong as always.  It is the Trump symbol for don't bother me with your irrational whining.

 

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