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‘Nothing Less Than a Civil War’: These White Voters on the Far Right See Doom Without Trump


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“They label us white nationalists, or white supremacists,” volunteered Guy Taiho Decker, who drove from California to attend the event. A right-wing protester, he has previously been arrested on charges of making terrorist threats.

 

“There’s no such thing as a white supremacist, just like there’s no such thing as a unicorn,” Mr. Decker said. “We’re patriots.”

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/28/us/politics/trump-2020-trumpstock.html

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Just now, Scout said:

Perhaps it is a good thing that those Trump voters come out from under their rocks so people

who are deciding their votes see what they are if they too vote Trump.

 

 

Exactly, why I posted the article. We're still living in the wake of Trump calling nazis fine people.

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11 minutes ago, harryramar said:

weaklings need a strongman to make them feel whole and complete.

when trump is booted out by either the senate or the voters, perhaps they can resettle in Jonestown, Guyana.

I hear the grape koolaid is to die for!

 

LOL.....LOL......

Good one !!                         😊

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4 minutes ago, kking said:

How is Trump a white supremacist?

 

His attacks on Obama, for starters. 

 

 In Trump’s eyes, Barack Obama wasn’t simply a bad president, he was illegitimate and inferior, a person who couldn’t possibly be as talented as the world thought he was. He questioned whether Obama had actually attended his prestigious colleges and insisted that Obama’s memoir was too well-written for him to have written it, that it must have been written by a white man. - NYTimes editorial

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Just now, Scout said:

 

His attacks on Obama, for starters. 

 

 In Trump’s eyes, Barack Obama wasn’t simply a bad president, he was illegitimate and inferior, a person who couldn’t possibly be as talented as the world thought he was. He questioned whether Obama had actually attended his prestigious colleges and insisted that Obama’s memoir was too well-written for him to have written it, that it must have been written by a white man. - NYTimes editorial

 

Literally none of those criticisms has anything to do with race. 

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3 minutes ago, Scout said:

 

His attacks on Obama, for starters. 

 

 In Trump’s eyes, Barack Obama wasn’t simply a bad president, he was illegitimate and inferior, a person who couldn’t possibly be as talented as the world thought he was. He questioned whether Obama had actually attended his prestigious colleges and insisted that Obama’s memoir was too well-written for him to have written it, that it must have been written by a white man. - NYTimes editorial

 

Trump demanded Obama provide a birth certificate. 

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1 minute ago, kking said:

 

Literally none of those criticisms has anything to do with race. 

 

And literally none of those criticisms were made of white people. 

Not the birther business or questioning college credentials.  Just criticisms aimed at the black guy.

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In a campaign appearance in San Diego on May 27, the candidate went on at length about two federal lawsuits filed against him and his real estate investing program. He said Curiel, who is presiding over those two class-action suits, was a “hater” and referred to the Indiana-born judge as a Mexican. 

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2 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

From now on, it's "kkking."

I'm with you on that.  He must be terribly uninformed to have to ask why Trump is labeled a white supremacist. 

 

Remember when he said hispanics were rapists?

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“They ought to look into Judge Curiel,” he said.

The attacks continued this past week, with Trump telling the Wall Street Journal that Curiel’s ethnic heritage — his parents were Mexican immigrants — made him biased.

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