The No Good, Morally Bankrupt, White Supremacist Loving Racist President America Deserves
After more than 200 years of searching, America may have finally elected a president it truly deserves – a thoughtless, idiotic, bigoted, racist, white-supremacist-loving, morally bankrupt, no good, unintelligent, minority-hating president.
A president who is openly hostile to the ideals of America. One that believes and openly espouses hatred for minorities. A president who believes that America should never have been united.
Yes, Trump is that kind of president.
Welcome to Trump’s America!
If you are still agonizing over Trump’s reluctance to forcefully speak up against the neo-fascists and white supremacists who tore Charlottesville, VA apart over the weekend, and in the process laid bare America’s soul, then stop.
Trump is a neo-fascist and white supremacist. He has always believed that white is the superior race. His father believed it, his mother believed it. He believes it and perhaps, his children believe it as well.
When he was elected in 2016, Trump’s goal was never to be president of all Americans. It was always to represent a certain segment of American society.
Look at the people he surrounded himself with in the White House – Stephen Bannon, Sebastian Gorka, and Stephen Miller, all known racists, bigots, neo-fascists and white supremacists.
As a nation, United States was built on racism, deprivation, discrimination and subjugation.
The white slave owners who founded a brand new nation and designed its constitution in 1787 did so with the intention of keeping the white race on top, and everyone else serving them.
The goal was never unification of the races.
Sure over the last few decades, Americans pretended that progress was being made. Civil rights, Brown v. Board of Education. Equal rights and non-discrimination laws, all bandages, happened.
And all that time, America was tacitly allowing separation and discrimination in its cities, homes, schools, offices, malls and everywhere else it possibly could.
Get out of your home and drive around your city. What do you see? White schools for white kids, and black and brown schools for black and brown kids.
White schools have better amenities, more resources and teachers that teach with respect while black and brown schools are laboratories where the goal is to move the kids out with the least amount of preparation for the future.
White churches and black churches. White malls and black malls. White areas of town and black areas of town. To go to church on Sunday morning in America is to learn about two different Jesuses.
How many times in the past few years have white supremacists said something really stupid and Republican leaders kept quiet?
Current president Donald Trump in 2014 and 2015 said former president Barack Obama, the first black president of the United States, elected by millions of Americans, was an impostor who did not earn his Harvard College degree and was not born in this country.
Trump said Obama needed to prove he was a U.S. citizen and qualified to be president by producing his birth certificate and his Harvard degree or no one should accept him as the president.
No other U.S. president has had to face the humiliation of proving their citizenship or their educational qualification.
In 2013 Trump tweeted that “you won’t see another black president for generations” because Obama “has done such a poor job.”
Sadly, because president Obama has done such a poor job as president, you won’t see another black president for generations!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 25, 2014
His thinking was that Blacks were doomed because Obama wasn’t such a great president but he never said anything about George Bush whom most people consider the worse president ever elected – before we elected Trump.
An 'extremely credible source' has called my office and told me that @BarackObama's birth certificate is a fraud.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2012
Republican and evangelical leaders were too timid to call Trump out for his blatant racism. They loved winning elections more than they loved the truth. They cheered him on.
The party rewarded him with the presidency. Americans rewarded the Republican Party with the U.S. House and Senate for being too cowardly to condemn what they knew was blatantly false.
In 1787 when the U.S. constitution was written, white supremacy was purposely enshrined in the constitution. Blacks were treated as slaves and given the value of three-fifth of Whites. Native Americans were not even regarded as Americans. They belonged to “other nations” and treated as aliens.
At the end of the civil war, Southerners pursued Jim Crow laws that ensured Blacks were completely disenfranchised and could not hold landed properties or build wealth in any meaningful way.
Even Adolf Hitler acknowledged the beauty of the American racist system for Whites saying his Mein Kampf was crafted after the U.S. system that favored Whites over other races.
To fully understand what happened in Virginia over the weekend and Trump’s reaction to the events, you need to look back to America’s history and the history of the Trump family.
While Trump’s initial reaction may have been surprising to some Americans, the reality is that to most observers of Trump’s family history, it wasn’t all that surprising.
Donald Trump has the unenviable distinction of being the only U.S. president to have a father who was arrested for supporting the KKK. Trump Sr. was arrested in Queens, NY in 1927.
Back in 1963, 17-year old Donald Trump watched his father discriminate against Blacks by refusing to rent to them in his New York apartment buildings. Trump himself later did the same thing in New York and Connecticut. He was sued by the U.S. government for discriminating against Blacks.
Instead of trying to make amends, Trump sued the government contending that he was a victim of “reverse discrimination.”
“I asked him what to do and he says, ‘Take the application and put it in a drawer and leave it there,’” Mr. Leibowitz, a Trump real estate agent in 1963 recently recalled in an interview about his interaction with Trump’s father.
“His father was his idol,” Mr. Leibowitz said of Donald Trump, the current U.S. President. “Anytime he would come into the building, Donald would be by his side.”
Don’t be surprised that Trump has refused to explicitly condemn the neo-nazis and white supremacists. He loves them and believes in their goal.
Trump is one of them. He is a racist and white supremacist.
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