CNN is so desperate to try and put a negative spin on anything and everything Trump-related that it often doesn’t realize (or doesn’t care?) how stupid and offensive it comes off while doing so. Here is one of the more recent examples. President Trump, who enjoys historically high support for a Republican among black voters, signals to the GOP it must do a much better job of reaching out to the black community. CNN then rushes out and labels black Americans as felons. CNN, a network dominated by rich white people, is seemingly blind to its own deeply rooted world-view racism. If you are a person of color, you cannot exist without the government – and you’re most likely a felon.
That’s CNN’s twisted version of logic.
The unhinged anti-Trump left continues to hurl “racism” accusations at Donald Trump, a man who not so long ago stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of Rosa Parks and Al Sharpton. As president, the accusations are even more ridiculous given the remarkable record of improvement to minority communities across the nation over the last two years. What was eight years of suffering during the Obama regime has turned into a time of real prosperity, hope, and opportunity for all since Mr. Trump took office.
Racist? Not even close…
Interesting how YouTube was so quick to censor Mr. Watson’s breakdown of the “This Is America” phenomena. (It has since reversed its decision as thousands complained)
Everything he explains here is true. The “This Is America” video is simply layers of “social justice” lies set to music and dance moves that received a significant push from like-minded media forces salivating over its hateful anti-American message. And they wonder why so many Americans are fed up with being called racist, bigoted, and deplorable?
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When the hue of one’s skin allows pure hatred to be called “art” it is troubling enough, but when a former President of the United States purposely chooses that hatred to create the presidential portrait that will hang in the White House, the word “troubling” falls far short of what it really is…