From Steve Sailer” “Mr. Trump has spent his entire campaign painting Mexico as a nation of rapists, drug smugglers and trade hustlers who would have to pay for the 2,000-mile border wall that Mr. Trump was going to build.”
No, Mr. Sailer, Trump has painted SOME ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS who cross the rather open Southern Border as rapists, which they are, drug smugglers, which they are and job-stealing people which they are who enter illegally, which is a crime in every nation on earth.
Why do so many Hillary supporters resort to lying about Trump? It’s almost a visceral, mindless reaction, a Pavlovian response triggered by who knows what because there’s no need to lie about Trump or Hillary.
This comment however seems true: Julian Assange called Hillary “A Demon that is going to put nooses around our necks”
Hillary said: “Hard-working white Americans” prefer her to Obama. In May 2008, Clinton told USA Today that an Associated Press poll showed “Senator Obama’s support among working, hard-working Americans, white Americans, is weakening again, and how whites in both states who had not completed college were supporting me.”
Based on what happened the last time Hillary Clinton ran for President, we should expect that at some point Black people will get thrown under the bus again, especially if it helps Clinton gain or maintain power.
Painting Obama As Not ‘Fundamentally American”.
Throughout the 2008 election season, racist and bigoted smears about Barack Obama circulated online, and bubbled up into mainstream conversation about the campaign in the traditional news media. Two of the most prominent lies about Obama, which persist to this day, were that he is secretly a Muslim (playing on fear-mongering and bigotry about Islam), and that he was not really born in America. Both of these ideas paint Obama as “other” and outside the mainstream, drawing their potency from fears about Black people gaining power. People generally associate these memes with the right wing. But the truth is that for the entire Democratic primary, not only did Hillary Clinton’s campaign do nothing to push back against the racist fear-mongering about Obama, it actually fed this atmosphere and helped it grow. It was a part of their strategy from early in the campaign.
Obama didn’t accept the apology because he believed Clinton’s campaign was circulating emails claiming he was a Muslim. According to Reggie Love, Obama’s personal assistant at the time: “The candidate [Obama] very respectfully told her the apology was kind, but largely meaningless, given the emails it was rumored her camp had been sending out labeling him as a Muslim.”
When Hillary Clinton attacked Obama for having weak support among white people in May 2008, her comments were denounced in no uncertain terms by many prominent Democrats and media commentators. Here is a sampling:
The New York Times (which also endorsed both Clinton’s 2008 and 2016 campaigns):
“Mrs. Clinton will be making a terrible mistake — for herself, her party and for the nation — if she continues to press her candidacy through negative campaigning with disturbing racial undertones … We endorsed Mrs. Clinton, and we know that she has a major contribution to make. But instead of discussing her strong ideas, Mrs. Clinton claimed in an interview with USA Today that she would be the better nominee because a recent poll showed that “Senator Obama’s support among working, hard-working Americans, white Americans, is weakening again.” She added: “There’s a pattern emerging here.” Yes, there is a pattern — a familiar and unpleasant one. It is up to Mrs. Clinton to change it if she hopes to have any shot at winning the nomination or preserving her integrity and her influence if she loses.”
“Racists should decide the Democratic nomination,” Issac J. Bailey wrote Friday in the Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Sun News. “Sen. Hillary Clinton didn’t use those words in an interview with USA Today, but she came close.”
On Salon.com, Joe Conason asked “Was Hillary channeling George Wallace? Hillary’s reckless exploitation of racial division could split the Democratic Party over race — a tragic legacy for the Clintons.”
From the NY Post:
Muriel Offerman, a North Carolina superdelegate who has not disclosed her choice, said, “That should not have been said. I think it drives a wedge, a racial wedge, and that’s not what the Democratic Party’s about.”
In isolation, many of these moments could be explained away as an innocent slip-up or a Clinton surrogate or supporter going off-message. But together, they form an overwhelming and unmistakable pattern
In 1974, after Bill Clinton lost his bid for a Senate seat, Hillary lashed out at campaign manager Paul Fray calling him a, “f*cking Jew bastard!” The outburst was witnessed and confirmed by 3 people.
As First Lady, Hillary called young black men “super-predators” indicating she thought all young black males were violent criminals. She also said, “We have to bring them to heel,” like young blacks are the same as dogs. She’s been incredibly racist yet blacks still support Her.
While Senator Hillary made a joke that disparaged a civil rights icon and demeaned all people from India. “I love this quote. It’s from Mahatma Gandhi. He ran a gas station down in St. Louis for a couple of years. Mr. Gandhi, do you still go to the gas station?” asked Clinton.
During the 2008 democratic primaries Hillary Clinton’s campaign started the “birther” rumors and used Norristown attorney Phil Berg to file charges, questioning Obama’s US citizenship. They even circulated the now famous picture of Obama in full Muslim garb. Somehow Trump’s campaign to get Obama to release his birth certificate is racist, but Hillary’s role in starting the birther movement is not.
In April of this year, 2016 Hillary joined NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio on stage at a democratic fundraiser for a scripted joke about how lazy black people are. The two liberals made reference to “colored people’s time” which is a super-racist way of saying black people are chronically tardy and lethargic.
Trump has said some illegal aliens are criminals, suggested a judge with openly acknowledged ties to La Raza a radical racist Anti-American Pro-Mexican group may be biased, and offered the opinion that America must do more to keep radical Islamic Terrorists from getting into the country. Those things have nothing to do with race yet Hillary and her puppy-dog followers on the Left and especially in the media constantly tell us Trump is a racist.
Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has decades of making anti-Semitic, anti-black, anti-Indian (both Native Americans and Asians), and anti-Latino statements. Why is Trump a racist and Hillary is not?