Senator Elizabeth Warren launched another attack on U.S. President Donald Trump on April 19, describing his election win as partly the result of an “ugly stew of racism” on the MSNBC Rachel Maddow Show. (Snip) She added that xenophobia played a big part in Trump’s election campaign. “He got that people are deeply angry,” she said. “People are right to be angry, but Donald Trump said it’s their fault—those other people. Those people who don’t worship like you, those people who don’t look like you, those people who aren’t the same color as you.” Warren also attacked the president for
Comments: The Indian Princess is on the warpath again.
A tired strategy from the leftist playbook: "They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren´t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."
The fake Indian Princess sure loves to stir that old stew pot, doesn´t Shea? Be careful, Pocahontas, witches are also known to stir the pot. Out hawking her book (gee, what a surprise) so far she apparently only shows up where she has a very sympathetic audience and she can continue to spew her own brand of racism.
Ain´t working anymore sweetie pie. Hussien is 51% WHITE blood. 46 % Arab. The rest is black blood. So 3 ounces of black blood makes him African american. Best fauxcohontis stop smokin that peace pipe. It ain´t working for her
She is ignorant. I´m agnostic, but if my parent, sibling, spouse or child converted to Islam, I´d say they are part of the problem, just as if they announced they became a Nazi, for exactly the same reasons. Warren the Fraud is an enabler of Islamic supremacy.
He did not say those things. He said that he was going to protect and improve life and job opportunities for African Americans. They are in a fight for opportunity with workers abroad who are paid lower wages and he said he was going to fight for these Americans to get better opportunities and have somebody big on their side.
FTA: describing his election win as partly the result of an “ugly stew of racism”
I don´t know about you guys, but I read that as she is saying that, I (me the voter) am the racist for not voting for a white woman. (I know, women isn´t a anthropomorphic race)
But, who am I ? I believe ´words mean things´ when I know by word and deed that the democraps, liberals, progressives, socialists believe words are fluid and change their meaning upon the direction of the wind.
Leftists tend to label anything with which they disagree as racist, making the label meaningless. But racism does exist, and it´s ugly no matter which race is denigrated. I hate it.
Some of us have seen the real thing up close and personal. I got in the faces of two idiots (who turned out to be Klan) on the 18th green of a golf tournament in 1973. I won´t reprise what they said out loud to my friend--you know what they said--but if murder were legal, I´d have taken a sand wedge and beaten their heads in on the spot, in front of 500 spectators. They would have done the same to my friend Butch, or to me.
Liberal idiot making assertions without proof. We don´t have a problem with people because they are different from us. We have a problem with people who avow they hate us and are actively trying to kill us. The fact that the vast majority of them are Muslim is almost incidental, even though a defining issue.
I am very tired of the nasty racist blame game. It is nonsense, and everybody knows it. But I am also very tired of hearing my fellow conservatives attack the physical appearance of everybody they disagree with. Liz may be none too bright, and espouse obnoxious and false opinions, but outwardly, by any objective measure, she is a reasonably attractive, neatly turned out senior citizen. Quit calling her ugly, and ridiculing her outward appearance. That can´t be helped. We can´t all be starlets. And it makes the mockers sound like dim witted sexist troglodytes, who have only one yardstick for gauging human worth. She has many weak points, including serious integrity issues and abysmal economic understanding. Gig her on stuff that matters!
This is so offensive to EVERYONE that voted for Trump. I do not understand how the dims can even think about winning with this message. Sure, maybe she´ll more loons to vote for her in the primaries, but in the general, call us deplorable racists is offensive. As Camille Paglia says, Trump´s reelection is assured if they continue on this rampage.
Ok we´ve already had Clinton´s spawn say that it was sexism that caused her mummy not to be elected. Now this fake squaw harridan breaks out the racism excuse. That´s two from Hillary´s basket of deplorables. What´s next Donnie Lemonade extra sweet from the Clinton News Network blaming homophobia. Or better yet Constitution packing Khizr Khan blaming xenophobia. I do hope that the dumbocrats run Blabbing Eagle in 2020 because President Trump would beat her like an Indian rain dance drum.
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