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Discussion in 'General' started by rico x hood, Oct 4, 2012.
He gotta go through this phase first:
In the hair while hosting his show.
As an African who has had to listen to my brothers put down AAs in more than one occasion by espousing all the right wing arguments justifying the condition of Blacks in this country, it warms my soul to hear all the flabbergasted reactions to the fact that White right wingers are more than happy to use the same arguments against the "good negroes" or to excuse the ones that do.
Let it be an opportunity to learn from what things are and not what you wish things were.
I mean it's funny but don't be paging me all Willy nilly.
Surprised he hasn't deleted this yet after Graham's fellow S.C. republican senator confirmed the quotes in the WaPo were accurate
They are white, Mr. Trump.
The funny thing is most are probably his 'base', who love to cut off their nose to spite their face, or racism.
Time to get on this Mckey D's diet
Yes.. it is them
This broad doesn't live in The Real World.
She's a biscuit girl
She was scum on her season. RIP PEDRO
Neo-Nazis celebrate Trump ‘s---hole’ comment: He’s ‘on the same page as us’
Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists are celebrating President Trump's reported comments referring to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "****hole countries," according to statements collected by The New York Times on Friday
White supremacist Richard Spencer, an organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year, lambasted conservatives defending the president on Fox News for pretending the remark was not racial in nature.
“It’s obviously all about race, and to their credit, liberals point out the obvious,” he told The Times.
The Daily Stormer, the largest neo-Nazi website online, welcomed Trump's reported remark, saying it was evidence he was "more or less on the same page with us."
“This is encouraging and refreshing, as it indicates Trump is more or less on the same page as us with regards to race and immigration,” the site said.
The Washington Post first reported — and Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) later confirmed — that during a Thursday meeting on immigration reform, Trump told lawmakers in the Oval Office that the U.S. should take in fewer immigrants from "****hole countries" and more from places like Norway.
The White House did not initially deny Trump made the remarks, but the president tweeted early Friday that the story was false.
"Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems," Trump tweeted.
On Friday, Trump ignored a question shouted from White House reporter April Ryan over whether he was a racist while leaving an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. White House spokesman Raj Shah rejected claims that the president is racist in a statement to The Times.
"This president fights tirelessly for all Americans, regardless of race, religion, gender or background,” Shah said. “Any suggestion otherwise is simply insulting and belies all the results he’s delivered for minorities throughout this country.”
The president has faced criticism in the past for perceived racist comments, such as blaming "both sides" for the violence in Charlottesville that erupted after attendees of Spencer's rally clashed with counterprotesters.
And also from about an hour ago, O'Keefe of Project Veritas claims Trump wanted him to "get inside" Columbia University to get Obama's college records
He can kiss his show goodbye.
@quell you wanna come through and condemn these comments as well?
Since you claim to have zero tolerance for racism and Nazis
Not my guy Chris..
until our president steps down for making much worse comments both in private and in public, I'm not going to call for other people to lose their jobs over tasteless jokes.
now when trump steps down or jumps off a bridge or whatever else it takes, then I'll be all in on firing Chris Matthews.