Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Why Trump Will Not Condemn White Supremacy Groups
It is not difficult to see why Donald Trump will not condemn White supremacy groups. Whatever they are called--KKK, white Supremacists, neo-Nazis, they all share the same ideology, and that is, that white is supreme above all other races. To this extent, White Supremacy is the right umbrella term for them all.
But Trump cannot condemn what he is a apart of.He rightly called them thugs, because they are. However, listening to Trump and seeing him act, he sounds and appears like one of them. The only difference is that he lives in a tower, the Trump Tower, and of course now, the White House. Does anybody need to see more than what was obvious during the 2016 presidential campaign to understand any more that Trump just could have been part of the thuggery that happened on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia?
Donald Trump's speech on Saturday was in support of the White Supremacist groups, his speech on Monday was in support of the White Supremacist groups. If you were a member of any of these Hate groups, Saturday and Monday, this is what you hear; first, there's enough blame on all sides, so we are not guilty of anything. Then on Monday, you heard; "Bear with me, I must make this speech to placate the agitators. They (White House people) are making me do it. You know I'm with you all the way.
"Beat the crap out of him, I will pay the legal fees." That is the mentality of a mob leader, and sounds very thug-like.
The KKK, the White Supremacists, the Neo-Nazis as they are separately called, but all one and the same believe they own the world. Does not Donald Trump think, feel, and act that way? Doesn't he think he can do or say anything and get away with it?
It is extremely sad, because the highest office in the United States and used to be in the world should not be occupied by a person of a base mentality. This will become in history the saddest period of American history. Thankfully, it will not last.