Liberals, Democrats and the legacy media are forever prattling about how the “toxic rhetoric” of President Trump before and after his election has inspired a culture of violence expressed most recently in their view in the flurry of packages sent to leading Democrats containing amateur night explosive devices some of which could only explode if you used a real explosive to set them off.
Words do have consequences and can inspire the unhinged, but nowhere in Trump’s rhetoric are urgings to build and deliver explosive devices to your political opponents, not even those who urge their followers to “get in the face” of Republicans in their Congressional offices or favorite eateries.
References - David - Duke - Attempt - Trump
Despite their constant references to David Duke in an attempt to paint Trump as racist, Trump did not seek any political endorsement from the likes of Duke, repudiated it when it came, and whose record of black empowerment in terms of rising employment, home ownership, and small business formation, reflected in rising black support in the polls, belies the racism accusations.
Following the Democrat’s own reasoning one can credibly say by embracing noted anti-Semites Louis Farakhan and Al Sharpton Democrats have been enablers of the deadly anti-Semitic hate most recently seen in the horrific massacre at a synagogue in Pittsburgh:
President - Donald - Trump - Pounding - Service
President Donald Trump took a pounding at the service for Aretha Franklin. The Rev. Al Sharpton took Trump to task for supposedly demonstrating a lack of respect by saying, “She worked for me on numerous occasions.” Other speakers took shots at the president either by name or by implication for his supposed racism and bigotry.
Onstage, in the front row, sat Sharpton, Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and former President Bill Clinton, all of whom know a thing or two about racism and bigotry. Their careers depend on exaggerating...
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