Are Democrats a hate group?
- The GameLv 71 week agoFavorite Answer
The truest definition of a hate group,...yes.
- sirjester099Lv 61 week ago
Sure we are! I hate green beans, anchovies, and tofu!
- 1 week ago
No not all thare is good and bad in every group. In thare Perspective they are the heroes and the Republicans are villains and vice versa
- 1 week ago
ES and CNN look at what they talk about daily , how to hurt America again ya never hear any positive news
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- JohnLv 41 week ago
Groups are not individuals. You have to prove the democratic group above the intelligence of an idiot before you can claim the democratic group is at all responsible for what it does.
You can't do that.
Your a moron.
- Anonymous1 week ago
No, and there's not really any way to conclude that. While Democrats are as prone to partisanship as anyone, hatred, except perhaps of Donald Trump, is not one of their defining aspects. Even when we talk about interactions with the other party, Democrats mostly view them as people who are wrong, but who should benefit from Democratic policies. In fact, in some case, the primary beneficiaries of Democratic policies would be Republican voters.
OTOH, one can argue that Republicans are a hate group. This, of course, applies to the increasing importance of racial and religious bigotry within the GOP. The animating force of American conservatism used to be support for the free market and anti-communism. But in the era of Trump it's increasingly become white ethnic grievance. Trump won the primary specifically because he was willing to openly voice racial opinions which other Republicans were only willing to hint at. His vision of the GOP as a party of angry white people screaming at black and brown people is becoming the dominant one. In some ways its much more dominant than support for free market capitalism. After all, Republicans sometimes do reject free market capitalism, such as when Bush instituted a massive expansion of Medicare. But they are finding it increasingly difficult to buck white supremacy.
But the Republican party as a hate group idea goes beyond that. It's not just that Republicans are increasingly intolerant of racial and religious minorities. It's that they also hate Americans who disagree with them. We've seen in recent years that the GOP has become more troll-ish. Instead of supporting policies because they think they will be good for the nation, they often support them because they will "trigger the libs". That's become one of the highest values of conservatism. There are conservatives who actually argue that it would be okay if Trump had conspired with Russia because that would have stopped Hillary Clinton from being president. These people hate liberals more than they love their country. I don't think that it's an exaggeration to say that the primary, overwhelming, animating force of the modern GOP is hatred and anger.
- regeruggedLv 71 week ago
Certainly Democrats in the House are in that category.
- Full Circle 33Lv 71 week ago
They are in the present day
- 1 week ago
Not primarily, no.
However, they want power so badly that anyone who gets in their way needs to be removed by whatever means necessary. To some that can appear hateful.
- ShoeniceLv 51 week ago
Of course they are, look at Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters.
They are all haters and hate my country.
- Ron AkiaLv 61 week ago
As the proud organizers of Antifa they most definitely are. I can't imagine how anyone could even think otherwise.