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Honestly wondering by Jenny Horringwut - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 20:39:02 EST ID:zFzMSPLC No.389599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How is Trump racist? Why is he that bad?
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Archie Trotbanks - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:00:39 EST ID:zA8Zcg02 No.389601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389599
  1. He chose a white supremacist to be chief strategist and senior councilor
  2. He claimed the judge on his for profit Trump university couldn't do his job properly because he was Mexican
  3. He has a history of not renting to black people (and was sued by the Justice Department twice for his practices)
  4. NJ fined him for removing black dealers from his casino
  5. The whole birther thing
  6. He treats racial groups as monoliths (i.e. implying that an individual is indistinguishable from the larger group)
  7. This was particularly jarring when, at a rally, he said, "look at my African American over there."
  8. Also calling Mexicans criminals and rapists
  9. He told congress that some Native Americans running a casino that they "don’t look like Indians to me... They don’t look like Indians to Indians.”

the list goes on...
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Lydia Suvingfetch - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:56:15 EST ID:cBPyNYtq No.389605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389601
  1. why doesn't any one blink when some one picks known black supremecists in similar roles?
2.You took the head line and not the article on that one
3.big deal
4.Netjester wants him dead.
5. Malik Obama tweeted the proof.
6.That's not racist if you judge people based on their merits and achievements instead of a singular race. Since when did color blindness become racist?
7. white people can't say shit to black people or else they are racist for some reason. Just shut the fuck up.
8.again, head line not the article.
9.There are a shit load of people claiming indian decent but look nothing like it. Ethnicity is not like the gender queer shit and even that is real fucked up.

but please do go one about how trump is a racist for loving America first.
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Sidney Nenningpore - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:07:40 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.389607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think /pol/ is being overrun by trolls.
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Shit Hommleson - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:36:16 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.389609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389605
>why doesn't any one blink when some one picks known black supremecists in similar roles?

When.
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Emma Bunlock - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 23:11:26 EST ID:wPIzNzTk No.389611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A wild dipshit appeared! Please go back to your hive of scum and villainy
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Hugh Hizzlehot - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 05:48:40 EST ID:0WPf2+Li No.389614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389607
>is being

try

>has always been
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James Sushnodge - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 08:17:50 EST ID:BRv0D0mL No.389615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389605

So you don't even dispute that he refused to rent to people based on their ethnic makeup, and then wave it away and say "big deal."

Well, if you don't think that's a problem, fair enough, but it sure as hell is a racist thing to do. There isn't any other explanation for it. It's a textbook example of racism in action. You don't get to claim it didn't happen, because it did, and you acknowledge that, but you also don't get to continue believing that he isn't a racist if you accept that reality, so I don't know where the hell you think you're coming from now.
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Archie Trotbanks - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:05:38 EST ID:zA8Zcg02 No.389616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389615
i'm sure most racist people don't think they're racist. they've internalized these feelings enough that they can justify them with any BS, like everything else in that guy's list.
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John Weblingford - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:17:26 EST ID:mtoAMITB No.389617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389599

Is Trump racist? no, no hes not. Is Trump a race? yes, yes he is.
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Jarvis Wommlehark - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:17:52 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.389618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Racism is a real problem we face today in the USA.
As is the accusation of racism.

Racism is a toxic ideology, yet both the Left and the Right champion racism. The saddest part is, racism and the science of racism can help shed light on subjects of debate, however all of the science behind racism has been thrown away and deemed 'unethical' even though it is also true, like the genetic differences between Caucasians and Africans (on average) are seen as 'racist' even though they exist.

But let's focus on the toxicity. Today, we've got hordes of black people who think they're being racially persecuted by whites (used to be extremely true, but today is mostly not-true, yet still exists a little, as well as the after-effects of past racism still exist, for sure). What is their response to this? Champion racism against white people. Demand over-representation of non-whites, demand more opportunities and more education for non-whites, demand that entirely white things be washed away (such as monuments depicting all white people), so on and so forth.

And this is so horrible, because white people and black people really could unite to fix the problems black people face today thanks to the racism of the 18th-20th centuries caused, yet black people are taught and encouraged to just have an anti-white agenda, further dividing whites from blacks and therefore lessening the possibility of black people getting support from the majority.

And then we've got white people. Are us white people responsible for slavery? Meh, not really. We weren't creating/selling slaves, we were just buying slaves, and then we ended up freeing them all and giving them things, like entire countries of their own (Caribbean) as well as equal rights across the West. That being said, is it still true that black people (in the USA) are dealing with poverty and other things they couldn't stave off due to racism in the 18th-20th centuries, and we really should work on correcting those things, on helping give more opportunities to poor blacks while also not doing things like damning white people or forcing over-representation of blacks. I mean, we've got one black supreme court justice, and he disagrees with everything pro-black the Democrats have done for a long time now, always stating the fact that the black community faces a massive problem in that black students are accepted and graduate at a higher rate than their equivalent white students, and then fail significantly more than their equivalent white counterparts in the work place because they're literally less-fit for what they do than their white counterpart, which makes everyone think to themselves, 'is that black guy here because he's good or because of affirmative action? I better not depend on that guy.'

Whites have a lot of anti-black tendencies, for sure. But that being said, they're not entirely unreasonable. Sure, there are some white people who straight up hate black people, and are proud of it, and the same is true about blacks who hate whites. But more than anything, the entire white USA race feels attacked, and they feel attacked because black people have a lot of power in the USA and are wielding that power to demand to be given more stuff, be it money, or food, or jobs, or awards, or pretty much anything they could earn on their own but demand to earn, instead, mostly due to a fear that they're being under-cut due to racism.

Black people are scared of white people because they think we're racist and that we wield all the power, which is only half-true. And white people are pissed off at black people, because they see them wielding both power and racism, and they see it as blatantly racist and corrupt, yet since 2010 onward it became taboo for any white person to claim racism against a non-white person, while claiming racism against a white person is widespread and the accusations are assumed as true, similar to what we see in feminism with false rape accusations; they're always believed to be true, and everybody supports the victim and damns the accused before their fair trial, and then the accused are just thrown under the bus and their innocence becomes insignificant as they become a scapegoat for western fear.

And Obama sure as fuck didn't help with any of this, since racism on both sides seemingly skyrocketed during Obama's extremely divisive and pro-shitty-activist 8 years.
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James Sushnodge - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:18:48 EST ID:BRv0D0mL No.389619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389617

The next evolutionary stage of the human being: a creature addicted to social media, television, their own ego, and the accumulation of money long past any point where it actually provides utility. Makes sense.
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Jarvis Wommlehark - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:22:36 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.389620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But is there any definitive proof Trump is racist?
Pft no. None at all. The Dems can't wrap their head around the fact that conservatives don't consider what Trump does as racist.
Fighting against illegal immigration isn't racist.
Pointing out that illegal immigrants face no vetting process and therefore could be murderers and rapists isn't racist.
Having support from white supremacists doesn't make you racist.

Pretty much the end-all-be-all of this is that the Dems are obsessed with accusing Trump of racism even though there's no concrete evidence. When you pick apart literally any of the dozens of 'racism' accusations Trump gets, you notice that none of them hold up.

But, the Dems would just hate to believe that someone can be white and can love their country and can want strong borders and not be racist.
Fuck, the Dems can't even accept the basic truths of racism, like that Muslim is not a race LOL.
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Fuck Cucklewat - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:33:39 EST ID:Ta8rvEqQ No.389623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
orange men can't be racist. racism is the combination of prejudice and powebeing white.

>>389618
>but today is mostly not-true
maybe in particular bubble of america you live in.
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Hugh Sebbleridge - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:34:57 EST ID:3RUZOfcK No.389624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389601

He has also regularly implied that every single African American neighborhood is a crime infested shithole, which is patently offensive to the African American middle and upper class.
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Ernest Sinningstark - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 12:17:47 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.389628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389620
>But is there any definitive proof Trump is racist?
>Pft no. None at all.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/sep/27/hillary-clinton/true-hillary-clinton-says-federal-government-sued-/
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Oliver Gillystuck - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 16:32:27 EST ID:Vwoc9qnJ No.389639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
not gonna bother. we did this a bazillion times during the election with the same result everytime. anti-trump side provides a bunch of damning cases illustrating this, pro-trump side just says, "that's not enough," no matter how damning the evidence.

>>389605
>big deal
>sarcasm, deflection, misderection, and outright denial
case in point.
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Sidney Nenningpore - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 17:13:51 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.389641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
From Mafia Don: Donald Trumps 40 years of Mob Ties (Wriiten a year before election).

"The case of the undocumented immigrant workers
For example, Mr. Trump recently took issue with one of the other Republican
candidates who brought up that Trump had hired illegal immigrants to work on the
Trump Tower project. The incident happened in 1980 when Trump was demol-
ishing the Bonwit Teller building to make way for Trump Tower. Eventually Trump
was found guilty and made to pay four million dollars over it. Mr. Trump’s rebuttal

to this in the debate was that “things were different then” and “it all worked out
fine.” (Meaning he got his project built cheaper because of being able to pay the
illegal immigrant laborers less.)
Maybe he’s right about things being different then, but they couldn’t have been
that different if he was found guilty and made to pay such a stiff fine.
In any event, let’s allow that almost every builder in New York at the time would
have done almost anything for the chance to use cheap illegal labor on his job
sites. New York construction costs were the highest in the nation and every devel-
oper wanted to reduce them. Using cheap, non-union labor was an obvious way to
do it. The only thing preventing them from doing so was Mob-controlled labor
unions.
But wait. The more important part of this story is not that Trump was using illegal
immigrant labor, but that he was able to do it without incurring trouble from the
labor unions—no picketing and no strikes.
How did that happen? Twelve to fifteen members of the Housewreckers Union
Local 54 of the Laborers International Union, including its president, John
Senyshyn, were working side by side 150 or more undocumented Polish workers at
the site. The first thing to be noted is that the Laborers International Union has
been cited by the FBI as having long been tied to Organized Crime families in both
Chicago and New York.
Trump hired a Polish immigrant named John Kaszycki to supply undocumented
Polish workers Kaszycki’s wife would recruit in Poland and send to the U.S. for the
price of a transportation ticket.
Trump and union president Senyshyn had an ‘arrangement’ for the non-union
members to be allowed to work there so long as union contributions for the 12 or
so union members on the site were not jeopardized. Whatever other compensation
Senyshyn might have received personally from this arrangement is not known.
What is known is that Kaszycki at first was making the required union payments,
but when he fell behind, Trump took over making the payments directly.
The Polish workers were forced to handle asbestos and work on live electrical lines
without even being supplied with the obligatory hard hats. They were paid in cash,
irregularly, at less than half the rate of the union workers with no benefits and no
contributions to the union health and welfare fund. Sometimes they were not paid
at all. And many slept on the site.
Then trouble erupted. A competing faction in the union challenged Senyshyn for
not insisting that Trump pay welfare benefits into the union fund for ALL the work-
ers, including the Poles. At the same time the Poles themselves began protesting
the poor conditions and sporadic pay and began engaging in wildcat strikes. Des-
perate to complete the demolition on schedule, Trump hired his “old friend”
Danny Sullivan as a labor consultant to sort things out. With his connections to
many mob connected unions, Sullivan quickly brought the situation at the site
under control, and went so far as to chastise Trump for jeopardizing his Atlantic
City casino license application by using illegal immigrants. (See Section on Danny
Sullivan.)
The union eventually filed suit against Trump to collect the missing contributions
to its welfare fund. At trial Trump denied knowing about the Polish workers. The
Judge rejected Trump’s assertion, owing to the fact that Trump’s office was directly
across the street from the site and it was easy to identify the Poles as “the ones
without the hardhats.” The jobsite foreman also testified under oath that Trump
once visited the job site and told him, “The Polish guys” were “good hard work-
ers.”
The New York Times reported that after the trial in 1991, Federal Judge Charles
Steward ruled that the Trump organization conspired with a former union leader to
withhold $325,000 in benefit payments to the Union welfare fund. With interest
plus fine this amounted to $4 million. At first Trump appealed this decision, but
later settled with the Union out of court for an undisclosed amount estimated to be
about $4 million. "

NewYorkTimes Routinely wrote about Donald. Probably why he hates them so much.
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Edward Pickstock - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:51:06 EST ID:nSpV6TpJ No.389658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8Zam8cqth8
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Fanny Bonkinfuck - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 23:40:45 EST ID:oENpklLJ No.389769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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