Why cant liberals ever back up their claim that Trump is racist?

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  • 4 weeks ago
    Best Answer

    Note that they have nothing. Cummings called Baltimore "drug-infested" in 1999, and Gary the shit4brainz isn't calling Cummings, racist, is Gary.

    Anonymous twit:

    1.) Show evidence Trump had anything to do with the decision.

    2.) hearsay

    3.) So?

    4.) Note that you did not give the whole quote, because you are LYING.

    5.) Yeah, those kindly gang members, FU

    6.)Yeah, because there is no Muslim terrorism in the world

    7.) AS you talk about old white men? FU

    The rest of your worthless hearsay is not worth addressing as you likely copied it from another hate-filed leftist who whines about racism and then curses people for being white.

    • Manny
      Lv 5
      4 weeks agoReport

      199? Damn, Cummings has been in the game for quite a while, LOL…

  • 4 weeks ago

    Because you wont turn off

    fox News and watch the real news.

  • He refused to rent apartments to African Americans because of their race. Walking definition of racism.

    • Inquizetif
      Lv 7
      4 weeks agoReport

      Also you do know that President Trump worked to pass legislation to reduce the African American prison population, something that every Democrat refused to do. Strange that a racist would work to benefit the people they supposedly despise.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Probably because when in your political circles, something is blindly believed without debate who needs to back it up?

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  • Pearl
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    cause hes not racist

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Trump’s real-estate company tried to avoid renting apartments to African-Americans in the 1970s and gave preferential treatment to whites, according to the federal government. 

    Trump treated black employees at his casinos differently from whites, according to multiple sources. A former hotel executive said Trump criticized a black accountant: “Black guys counting my money! I hate it. … I think that the guy is lazy. And it’s probably not his fault, because laziness is a trait in blacks.” 

    In 1989, Trump took out ads in New York newspapers urging the death penalty for five black and Latino teenagers accused of raping a white woman in Central Park; he argued they were guilty as late as June 2019, more than 15 years after DNA evidence had exonerated them. 

    In 1989, on NBC, Trump said: “I think sometimes a black may think they don’t have an advantage or this and that. I’ve said on one occasion, even about myself, if I were starting off today, I would love to be a well-educated black, because I really believe they do have an actual advantage.” 

    He began his 2016 presidential campaign with a speech disparaging Mexican immigrants as criminals and “rapists.” 

    He uses the gang MS-13 to disparage all immigrants. Among many other statements, he has suggested that Obama’s protection of the Dreamers — otherwise law-abiding immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally as children — contributed to the spread of MS-13. 

    In December 2015, Trump called for a “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,” including refusing to readmit Muslim-American citizens who were outside of the country at the time. 

    Trump said a federal judge hearing a case about Trump University was biased because of the judge’s Mexican heritage. 

    In June 2017, Trump said 15,000 recent immigrants from Haiti “all have AIDS” and that 40,000 Nigerians, once seeing the United States, would never “go back to their huts” in Africa. 

    At the White House on Jan. 11, Trump vulgarly called for less immigration from Haiti and Africa and more from Norway. 

    Trump regularly demonized dark-skinned immigrants before the 2018 midterm elections, and his campaign produced an ad — about a caravan of migrants traveling through Mexico — that was so racist even Fox News declined to air it. He claimed that the same caravan included “criminals and unknown Middle Easterners.” 

    During a White House meeting in 2018, he referred to some undocumented immigrants as “animals” and later said they would “pour into and infest our country.” He also claimed, without evidence, that migrants were bringing diseases into the country. 

    He spent years suggesting that the nation’s first black president was born not in the United States but in Kenya, a lie that Trump still has not acknowledged as such. 

    Trump called Obama (who was editor in chief of the Harvard Law Review) “a terrible student, terrible.” 

    Trump frequently claimed that Obama did not work hard as president. 

    Trump falsely claimed that President Obama “issued a statement for Kwanzaa but failed to issue one for Christmas.” 

    He often casts heavily black American cities as dystopian war zones. In a 2016 debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump said, “Our inner cities, African Americans, Hispanics are living in hell because it’s so dangerous. You walk down the street, you get shot.” Trump also said to black voters: “You’re living in poverty; your schools are no good; you have no jobs.” 

    He frequently offers false crime statistics to exaggerate urban crime, including about Oakland, Philadelphia and Ferguson, Mo. 

    He is quick to highlight crimes committed by dark-skinned people, sometimes exaggerating or lying about them (such as a claim about growing crime from “radical Islamic terror” in Britain). He is very slow to decry hate crimes committed by whites against dark-skinned people (such as the killing of an Indian man in Kansas last year). 

    He frequently criticizes prominent African-Americans for being unpatriotic, ungrateful and disrespectful.

    He called Puerto Ricans who criticized his administration’s response to Hurricane Maria “politically motivated ingrates.” 

    He also has a pattern of criticizing African-Americans as unintelligent or racist. 

    In July 2019, Trump suggested that four minority Democratic congresswomen, all of whom are American citizens and three of whom were born in the United States, should “go back” to “the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.” 

    He has retweeted white nationalists without apology. 

    He called some of those who marched alongside white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., last August “very fine people.” 

    After David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, endorsed him, Trump was reluctant to disavow Duke even when asked directly on television. 

    Trump hired Steve Bannon as his campaign head and later White House chief strategist. Under Bannon’s leadership, the website Breitbart made white nationalism a central theme. It featured a section, for example, on “black crime.” 

    Trump has endorsed or praised politicians who have made racist statements, defended the Confederacy or associated with white supremacists, including Roy Moore in Alabama. 

    Trump pardoned – and fulsomely praises – Joe Arpaio, the Arizona sheriff sanctioned for racially profiling Latinos and for keeping immigrants in brutal prison conditions. 

    In the 1990s, Trump took out advertisements alleging that the “Mohawk Indian record of criminal activity is well documented.” At the time, he was fighting competition for his casino business. 

    In a 1993 radio interview, he suggested that Native Americans in Connecticut were faking their ancestry. “I think I might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians that are trying to open up the reservations.” 

    In a November 2017 meeting with Navajo veterans of World War II, Trump mocked Senator Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas.” 

    In a Feb. 2019 tweet about Elizabeth Warren, Trump appeared to mock the Trail of Tears, a forced exodus that killed thousands of Native Americans. 

    Trump has trafficked in anti-Semitic caricatures, including the tweeting of a six-pointed star alongside a pile of cash. He has also been reluctant to condemn anti-Semitic attacks on journalists from his supporters, and he echoed neo-Nazi conspiracy theories by saying that Hillary Clinton “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special interest friends and her donors.” 

    In a White House meeting with a Korean-American intelligence analyst briefing him on Pakistan, Trump wondered aloud why she was not working on North Korea policy. 

    Trump once referred to a Hispanic Miss Universe as “Miss Housekeeping.” 

    At a June 2016 campaign rally, Trump pointed to one attendee and said: “Oh, look at my African-American over here. Look at him.” 

    According to Michael Cohen, his former lawyer, Trump has privately made disparaging remarks about minority neighborhoods in Chicago, countries run by black people, an African-American contestant on “The Apprentice” and African-American voters. 

    Trump has nominated or appointed multiple people with a history of making racist comments. 

    Trump parroted a racist conspiracy theory about the alleged killing of white South African farmers.

  • 4 weeks ago

    They do, all of the time..but you have selective perception and chose not to hear it. You can lead a Trump supporter to evidence, but you can't make them look at it, or read the truth.

    • sandplant16
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      4 weeks agoReport

      It would be redundant and take up too much space. Adequately provided by other answers before mine. If you didn't read theirs, why would you want to read mine?

  • Trump on 7/27: "Cumming[s] District is a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess."

    On 7/28: "If Elijah Cummings would focus more of his energy on helping...people...perhaps progress could be made."

    Today: "My warmest condolences." “His work will be very hard to replace.” There you go. His racism in clear VIEW!

    • Mo4 weeks agoReport

      Is this a joke? How is any of that racism? Do you understand what the word racist means??

  • 4 weeks ago

    All Liberals can ever whine about is how one of President Trump's companies was sued for not renting to African Americans, over 40 years ago. Liberals never mention that this was a government campaign that targeted hundreds of companies or that Trump was not involved with the company's day-to-day operations. Liberals think that saying that his behaviour makes his racism self-evident is enough to label him as a racist, even with record low African American unemployment and after President Trump worked to pass legislation that will reduce the African American prison population (Something that Obama and every other Democrat refused to do). But Bill Clinton saying of Obama "A few years back this guy would be getting our coffee" and Hillary's description of young African Americans as "Superpredators" is NOT racist. Some Democrats with no self-respect still try to convince people that President Trump called racists "Very fine people" even though that lie is easily debunked by video recordings of his speech. Democrats love their racists and anti-Semites even as they pathetically label every Republican voter as a racist, as Democrats have done for decades.

  • Manny
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    Sure, but you'll reject it either way, because it comes from his once loyal pistol-carrying "Fixer" who would take a bullet for him.

    He made it clear that once they were slumming, Trump made a comment that only blacks could live like this.

    There's also the Central Park Five fiasco calling for their execution. He's yet to apologize despite them being acquitted.

    Oh, and saying all illegals are MS-13 and "not human, but animals."

    Source(s): Yup. But you wouldn't know what racism is if it sodomized you. You probably haven't even SEEN a minority in real life.
    • Manny
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