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Trump Supporters Chanting, “Send Her Back”

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How low can we go?

Scary times.

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There needs to be a law against publicly inciting violence against another citizen, particularly if you are in a place of power.

There are way too many crazies out there already who might go after members of the Squad when they are at home, or out shopping, and they don't have the secret service protection that the POTUS has. 

This is going to lead to bloodshed one day. I'm surprised Hillary Clinton has not been attacked by some wingnut yet, but I know that she probably has a lot of personal security people, and Bill still  has the Secret Service, I guess. It must be horrible to live like that , knowing that about 30% of the country hates you enough to want you dead. 

And nearly all of them have guns.

This is an insane country and we have an insane leader. I don't know where we are heading but if we don't get rid of Trump, it definitely isn't in a good direction. 
And I know that's the understatement of the century.

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This is apparently Trump's "campaign strategy" -- divide America into racists and non-racists and set them against each other. Once again, he's showing his base what he thinks appeals to them. And, so far, they're proving him right, so anybody who still defends this president and gets mad if they're called a racist, well, they can basically kiss my ass. Trump's made it clear what he thinks they are, and I'm just agreeing with him.

If Trump wins re-election with this strategy, he'll be winning control of a country that honestly isn't worth having.

I'm not even a fan of "the squad" in particular, but I'm even less of a fan of "go back to Africa" racist shit. Agree with Omar or not (and mostly I don't), she's an American citizen.

A lot of people somehow think they're "special" just because they were born here. It's a thing all too typical of most conservatives I know -- most of their "pride" comes from just belonging to something by accident of birth. It's not an achievement, it's not anything they had anything to do with, but it's all they've got. I work with several conservatives who've raised drug addicts and thieves and are, basically, about as big a failure as anyone can be at the most important job they had -- being parents. They come to work crying because their shitty kid's in jail again or having to go back to rehab or whatever... and yet they're "proud" of themselves because they're white, or Southern, or whatever... things they had nothing to do with. And they want everyone else to be "sent back." And all the while they keep "proudly" voting for things that keep our states last in all the good things and first in all the lousy ones.

I'm fed up with it. Trump's base are America's worst people. I get that some people were aggressively indoctrinated via a campaign of relentless bullshit to hate Hillary/Democrats and voted for him out of a stupid belief that he'd "turn presidential later" or whatever. That's a mistake, and it was dumb. But anybody who's watching what he's doing now, and still supporting him? Fuck 'em. Not a worthless human being in the pack anymore. A MAGA hat and a horse's tail are no different, because they have the same thing under each of 'em.

I know Trump's trying to brand all Dems as "socialists" or whatever, hogwash that that is. It'll probably work for him, at least to a degree, because his base are stupid and see only black and white, no grey. And they're comfortable getting led into racism in the bargain, because they'll always rationalize it away, the same way a lot of Germans did in the 30's. That's where we are, and, unfortunately, that's who a lot of our citizens are. They don't stand for a damn thing, because they're cowards. Their politics are a fraud, and their religion especially is a fraud. Evangelicals supporting the things Trump does? That's all the proof anyone will ever need that Jesus is a scam and Christians are just another tribal cult, not "the good people." They had to choose between two masters, and they picked Trump. That's it, it's done.

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Why don't they do the

who's going to pay for it

MEXICO!!!

chant anymore?

WHY?

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"I didn't say that, they did."

Lying sack of shit.


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Next time Trump is out with Melania I hope people start chanting “send her back” at them. - OhNoSheTwint

I’m confused. Would Jesus lock her up or send her back? - David Corn



Trump Supporters Chanting, “Send Her Back” D_rtz410

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From FB:

Copied from a friend’s page. She’s obviously had it. Feel free to share and let those in your orbit know how you feel.

“You know how horrible he is. You know the tweets are racist. I know you know because you’re too smart not to know. Even if it’s just a nagging feeling in your gut, even if the cognitive dissonance you feel after having voted for him won’t let you admit it, you know it. And I know you know it. And if, after all of this, you still support him, still make excuses for him, are still ok with him, then I’m not ok with you. You are not the kind of person with whom I want to associate myself. You don’t hold the same basic American and human views that I do.
You may say, “Well, I don’t like him personally, and I’M not like that, BUT he’s done...” No. Just, no. Values aren’t transactional. Values are at the core of the kind of person you are. You don’t trade your values and morals for political capital and if you find that you can, then they weren’t really your values to begin with. Turning a blind eye to evil is tacit endorsement of evil. Doing it knowingly to get something out of it is even worse. You can claim not to be “that kind of person; a racist, a misogynist, a ‘whatever’,” but supporting him means you are ok enough with what he’s done to “let it slide” to get what you want, and that basically makes you “that kind of person.”
There are scores of other people; decent, moral, reasonable people who could lead you and represent your interests, but you’re selling your soul to follow an immoral, racist conman. Please know that that’s how I and others like me see you. Don’t be fooled by the everyday friendliness and polite conversation that we offer. We do it because we’re decent human beings. But this is how we see you.
Because we know that you know.
And you should know better.”

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Thanks for sharing this, FT. Have passed on to a group of friends. It's absolutely spot on, though virtually guaranteed to end relationships (and I guess that's the point).

I know one of the friends I emailed it to will be tempted to send it to her own Trump-loving sister, but won't, though I don't doubt that Trump's very existence has devastated countless other families.

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Floridatexan wrote:
From FB:

Copied from a friend’s page. She’s obviously had it. Feel free to share and let those in your orbit know how you feel.

“You know how horrible he is. You know the tweets are racist. I know you know because you’re too smart not to know. Even if it’s just a nagging feeling in your gut, even if the cognitive dissonance you feel after having voted for him won’t let you admit it, you know it. And I know you know it. And if, after all of this, you still support him, still make excuses for him, are still ok with him, then I’m not ok with you. You are not the kind of person with whom I want to associate myself. You don’t hold the same basic American and human views that I do.
You may say, “Well, I don’t like him personally, and I’M not like that, BUT he’s done...” No. Just, no. Values aren’t transactional. Values are at the core of the kind of person you are. You don’t trade your values and morals for political capital and if you find that you can, then they weren’t really your values to begin with. Turning a blind eye to evil is tacit endorsement of evil. Doing it knowingly to get something out of it is even worse. You can claim not to be “that kind of person; a racist, a misogynist, a ‘whatever’,” but supporting him means you are ok enough with what he’s done to “let it slide” to get what you want, and that basically makes you “that kind of person.”
There are scores of other people; decent, moral, reasonable people who could lead you and represent your interests, but you’re selling your soul to follow an immoral, racist conman. Please know that that’s how I and others like me see you. Don’t be fooled by the everyday friendliness and polite conversation that we offer. We do it because we’re decent human beings. But this is how we see you.
Because we know that you know.
And you should know better.”


Yep. Pretty well sums it up.

It was dumb to get misled into voting for this clown, but I guess they thought he'd "become more presidential" or whatever.

But now that they see what he is, and what he does, and that he's trying to set people against each other just for his own gain, even if he's got to tear the country apart and embolden hate groups to do it... well, that's not just dumb, that's evil. And clinging to the mistake just to avoid having to admit they got duped is weak. They're trying to make excuses, but the excuses don't work. There's no excuse for any of it. After a point, people have to make a decision about what they stand for, what they're going to support, and what kind of person they're going to be. And that point got passed a long time ago. Anybody still supporting this is part of it. They own it. And they can be treated as such.

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Duh but da economy iz doing grate and we have enuf people of color here already. After we get rid of dem we can kick out da English, Irish, Italians, Germans, Polish and Canadians. That will leave just us Amerikans. Yippie! Twisted Evil

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Here's a clip, posted on my Canadian friend's FaceBook page. I posted it to mine too.

https://nowthisnews.com/videos/politics/marshall-curry-on-nazism-and-documentary-a-night-at-the-garden

Also, you can watch the YouTube footage.



DJT and Stephen Miller have edged the national conversation into very dangerous territory. Not only have they perverted Christianity, but also patriotism. More obvious speaking out is now required. As Edmund Burke said: The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

Some (I love the term "church-goers") church-goers have been duped into thinking these nationalist views reflect Christian views. I'm wondering if the Nazi thing will be a tad more unpleasant to swallow? Of course, DJT doesn't call himself a Nazi, but how long can they overlook this?

Interesting, in his shadow boxing comments re the rally-of-the-chant, first he said he cut them right off, started talking "quickly", then he said, Well, HE didn't say those things, it was the crowd! Then he realized that he'd just thrown his supporters under the bus so he then called them Patriots! OMG, what next?

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He isn't Hitler but he has full support of Hitler's worshipers.


Trump Supporters Chanting, “Send Her Back” Laura-10

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin%27s_law

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PkrBum wrote:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin%27s_law

DJT is creating a toxic stew of racism and ultra right-wing fascist leaning dog whistles and his followers are falling right in line. The documentary I posted just shows how Americans are not immune to influences of this type and we need to be aware of it.

This was not a fictional movie. Twenty thousand people, some of whom apparently thought they were going to a pro-American rally, ended up looking at swastikas and hearing white supremacist speeches. Frighteningly, they largely agreed with what was going on. They applauded the beating of a protester, not unlike the crowds at some of DJT's rallies, who supported the same types of actions. Remember, even DJT encouraged such activity and waxed nostalgic for the days when beating people at rallies was common place.

Yes indeed. I can see where comparisons to Nazis may come into play, and for very good reason.     

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