Monday, August 07, 2017

13 Reasons white supremacists love the president.

Image result for trump tv imagesNow that the president has his own news network, I want to remind my fellow Americans that we elected a racist to be our president. I have to do it now before (thanks to his shiny new network) he declares that to be "fake news" as well.

This article is old, but nothing in it is fake news. "Believe me!"

"Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump may have failed to disavow the Ku Klux Klan in late February, but he’ll have you know he is not racist. In fact, he claims to be “the least racist person that you have ever met,” and last summer he pulled out the old standby about not having a racist bone in his body.

But he hasn’t given us a lot of reason to believe that. In fact, despite Trump’s protests to the contrary, he has a long history of saying and doing racist things. It’s not really surprising that he’s won the support and praise of the country’s white supremacists.

Here’s a running list of some of the most glaringly racist things associated with Trump. We’re sure we’ll be adding to it soon.

Trump’s retaliation against the parents of a Muslim U.S. Army officer who died while serving in the Iraq War was a clear low point in a campaign full of hateful rhetoric.
Khizr Khan, the father of the late Army Captain Humayun Khan, spoke out against Trump’s bigoted rhetoric and disregard for civil liberties at the Democratic National Convention on July 28. It quickly became the most memorable moment of the convention.
“Let me ask you, have you even read the U.S. Constitution?” Khan asked Trump before pulling a copy of the document from his jacket pocket and holding it up. “I will gladly lend you my copy,” he declared.
Khan’s wife Ghazala Khan, who wears a Muslim head scarf, stood at his side during the speech but did not speak.
In response to the devastating speech, Trump seized on Ghazala Khan’s silence to insinuate that she was forbidden from speaking due to the couple’s Islamic faith.
“If you look at his wife, she was standing there. She had nothing to say. She probably, maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say. You tell me,” Trump said in an interview with ABC News that first appeared on July 30.
Ghazala Khan explained in an op-ed in the Washington Post the following day that she could not speak because of grief over her son.
“Walking onto the convention stage, with a huge picture of my son behind me, I could hardly control myself. What mother could?” she wrote. “Donald Trump has children whom he loves. Does he really need to wonder why I did not speak?”

He claimed a judge was biased because “he’s a Mexican”

In May, Trump implied that Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge presiding over a class action against the for-profit Trump University, could not fairly hear the case because of his Mexican heritage.
He’s a Mexican,” Trump told CNN of Curiel. “We’re building a wall between here and Mexico. The answer is, he is giving us very unfair rulings — rulings that people can’t even believe.”
Curiel, it should be noted, is an American citizen who was born in Indiana. And as a prosecutor in the late 1990s, he went after Mexican drug cartels, making him a target for assassination by a Tijuana drug lord.
Even members of Trump’s own party slammed the racist remarks.
“Claiming a person can’t do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment,” House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a reaction to Trump’s comments, though he clarified that he still endorses the nominee.
The comments against Curiel didn’t sit well with the American public either. According to a YouGov poll released in June, 51 percent of those surveyed agreed that Trump’s comments were not only wrong, but also racist.Fifty-seven percent of Americans think Trump was wrong to complain against the judge, while just 20 percent think he was right to do so.
When asked whether he would trust a Muslim judge, in light of his proposed restrictions on Muslim immigration, Trump suggested that such a judge might not be fair to him either.

The Justice Department sued his company ― twice ― for not renting to black people

When Trump was serving as the president of his family’s real estate company, the Trump Management Corporation, in 1973, the Justice Department sued the company for alleged racial discrimination against black people looking to rent apartments in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.
The lawsuit charged that the company quoted different rental terms and conditions to black rental candidates than it did with white candidates, and that the company lied to black applicants about apartments not being available. Trump called those accusations “absolutely ridiculous” and sued the Justice Department for $100 million in damages for defamation.
Without admitting wrongdoing, the Trump Management Corporation settled the original lawsuit two years later and promised not to discriminate against black people, Puerto Ricans or other minorities. Trump also agreed to send weekly vacancy lists for his 15,000 apartments to the New York Urban League, a civil rights group, and to allow the NYUL to present qualified applicants for vacancies in certain Trump properties.
Just three years after that, the Justice Department sued the Trump Management Corporation again for allegedly discriminating against black applicants by telling them apartments weren’t available.

In fact, discrimination against black people has been a pattern in his career

Workers at Trump’s casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey, have accused him of racism over the years. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission fined the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino $200,000 in 1992 because managers would remove African-American card dealers at the request of a certain big-spending gambler. A state appeals court upheld the fine.
The first-person account of at least one black Trump casino employee in Atlantic City suggests the racist practices were consistent with Trump’s personal behavior toward black workers.
“When Donald and Ivana came to the casino, the bosses would order all the black people off the floor,” Kip Brown, a former employee at Trump’s Castle, told the New Yorker for a September article. “It was the eighties, I was a teen-ager, but I remember it: they put us all in the back.”
Trump disparaged his black casino employees as “lazy” in vividly bigoted terms, according to a 1991 book by John O’Donnell, a former president of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.
“And isn’t it funny. I’ve got black accountants at Trump Castle and Trump Plaza. Black guys counting my money! I hate it,” O’Donnell recalled Trump saying. “The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.”
“I think the guy is lazy,” Trump said of a black employee, according to O’Donnell. “And it’s probably not his fault because laziness is a trait in blacks. It really is, I believe that. It’s not anything they can control.”
Trump has also faced charges of reneging on commitments to hire black people. In 1996, 20 African Americans in Indiana sued Trump for failing to honor a promise to hire mostly minority workers for a riverboat casino on Lake Michigan.

He refused to condemn the white supremacists who are campaigning for him

Three times in a row on Feb. 28, Trump sidestepped opportunities to renounce white nationalist and former KKK leader David Duke, who told his radio audience last week that voting for any candidate other than Trump is “really treason to your heritage.”
When asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper if he would condemn Duke and say he didn’t want a vote from him or any other white supremacists, Trump claimed that he didn’t know anything about white supremacists or about Duke himself. When Tapper pressed him twice more, Trump said he couldn’t condemn a group he hadn’t yet researched.
By Feb. 29, Trump was saying that in fact he does disavow Duke, and that the only reason he didn’t do so on CNN was because of a “lousy earpiece.” Video of the exchange, however, shows Trump responding quickly to Tapper’s questions with no apparent difficulty in hearing.
It’s preposterous to think that Trump doesn’t know about white supremacist groups or their sometimes violent support of him. Reports of neo-Nazi groups rallying around Trump go back as far as August.
His white supremacist fan club includes the Daily Stormer, a leading neo-Nazi news site; Richard Spencer, director of the National Policy Institute, which aims to promote the “heritage, identity, and future of European people”; Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance, a Virginia-based white nationalist magazine; Michael Hill, head of the League of the South, an Alabama-based white supremacist secessionist group; and Brad Griffin, a member of Hill’s League of the South and author of the popular white supremacist blog Hunter Wallace.
A leader of the Virginia KKK who is backing Trump told a local TV reporter earlier this month, “The reason a lot of Klan members like Donald Trump is because a lot of what he believes, we believe in.”
And most recently, the Trump campaign announced that one of its California primary delegates was William Johnson, chair of the white nationalist American Freedom Party. The Trump campaign subsequently said his inclusion was a mistake, and Johnson withdrew his name at their request.

He questions whether President Obama was born in the United States

Long before calling Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists,” Trump was a leading proponent of “birtherism,” the racist conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and is thus an illegitimate president. Trump claimed in 2011to have sent people to Hawaii to investigate whether Obama was really born there. He insisted at the time that the researchers “cannot believe what they are finding.”
Obama ultimately got the better of Trump, releasing his long-form birth certificate and relentlessly mocking the real estate mogul about it at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner that year.
But Trump continues to insinuate that the president was not born in the country.
“I don’t know where he was born,” Trump said in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. (Again, for the record: He was born in Hawaii.)

He treats racial groups as monoliths

Like many racial instigators, Trump often answers accusations of bigotry by loudly protesting that he actually loves the group in question. But that’s just as uncomfortable to hear, because he’s still treating all the members of the group — all the individual human beings — as essentially the same and interchangeable. Language is telling, here: Virtually every time Trump mentions a minority group, he uses the definite article the, as in “the Hispanics,” “the Muslims” and “the blacks.”
In that sense, Trump’s defensive explanations are of a piece with his slander of minorities. Both rely on essentializing racial and ethnic groups, blurring them into simple, monolithic entities, instead of acknowledging that there’s as much variety among Muslims and Latinos and black people as there is among white people.
How did Trump respond to the outrage last year that followed his characterization of Mexican immigrants as criminals and rapists?
“I’ll take jobs back from China, I’ll take jobs back from Japan,” Trump said during his visit to the U.S.-Mexican border in July. “The Hispanics are going to get those jobs, and they’re going to love Trump.”
“The Hispanics are going to get those jobs, and they’re going to love Trump.”Donald Trump, July 2015
How did Trump respond to critics of his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S.?
“I’m doing good for the Muslims,” Trump told CNN in December. “Many Muslim friends of mine are in agreement with me. They say, ‘Donald, you brought something up to the fore that is so brilliant and so fantastic.’”
Not long before he called for a blanket ban on Muslims entering the country, Trump was proclaiming his affection for “the Muslims,” disagreeing with rival candidate Ben Carson’s claim in September that being a Muslim should disqualify someone from running for president.
“I love the Muslims. I think they’re great people,” Trump said, insisting that he would be willing to name a Muslim to his presidential cabinet.
How did Trump respond to the people who called him out for funding an investigation into whether Obama was born in the United States?
“I have a great relationship with the blacks,” Trump said in April 2011. “I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks.”
Even when Trump has dropped the definite article “the,” his attempts at praising minority groups he has previously slandered have been offensive.
Look no further than the infamous Cinco de Mayo taco bowl tweet:
ormer Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) had a good breakdown of everything that was wrong with Trump’s comment.
“It’s like eating a watermelon and saying ‘I love African-Americans,’” Bush quipped.

He trashed Native Americans, too

In 1993, when Trump wanted to open a casino in Bridgeport, Connecticut, that would compete with one owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Nation, a local Native American tribe, he told the House subcommittee on Native American Affairs that “they don’t look like Indians to me... They don’t look like Indians to Indians.”
Trump then elaborated on those remarks, which were unearthed last year in the Hartford Courant, by saying the mafia had infiltrated Indian casinos

He encouraged the mob justice that resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of the Central Park Five

In 1989, Trump took out full-page ads in four New York City-area newspapers calling for the return of the death penalty in New York and the expansion of police authority in response to the infamous case of a woman who was beaten and raped while jogging in Manhattan’s Central Park.
“They should be forced to suffer and, when they kill, they should be executed for their crimes,” Trump wrote, referring to the Central Park attackers and other violent criminals. “I want to hate these murderers and I always will.”
The public outrage over the Central Park jogger rape, at a time when the city was struggling with high crime, led to the wrongful conviction of five teenagers of color known as the Central Park Five.
The men’s convictions were overturned in 2002, after they’d already spent years in prison, when DNA evidence showed they did not commit the crime. Today, their case is considered a cautionary tale about a politicized criminal justice process.
Trump, however, still thinks the men are guilty.

He condoned the beating of a Black Lives Matter protester

At a November campaign rally in Alabama, Trump supporters physically attacked an African-American protester after the man began chanting “Black lives matter.” Video of the incident shows the assailants kicking the man after he has already fallen to the ground.
The following day, Trump implied that the attackers were justified.
“Maybe [the protester] should have been roughed up,” he mused. “It was absolutely disgusting what he was doing.
rump’s dismissive attitude toward the protester is part of a larger, troubling pattern of instigating violence toward protesters at campaign events that has singled out people of color.
One reason Trump may have exhibited special disdain for that particular demonstrator in November, however, is because he believes the entire Black Lives Matter movement lacks legitimate policy grievances. He alluded to these views in an interview with the New York Times magazine this week when he described Ferguson, Missouri, as one of the most dangerous places in America. The small St. Louis suburb is not even in the top 20 highest-crime municipalities in the country.

He called supporters who beat up a homeless Latino man “passionate”

Trump’s racial incitement has already inspired hate crimes. Two brothers arrested in Boston last summer for beating up a homeless Latino man cited Trump’s anti-immigrant message when explaining why they did it.  
“Donald Trump was right — all these illegals need to be deported,” one of the men reportedly told police officers.
Trump did not even bother to distance himself from them. Instead, he suggested that the men were well-intentioned and had simply gotten carried away.
“I will say that people who are following me are very passionate,” Trump said. “They love this country and they want this country to be great again. They are passionate.

He stereotyped Jews and shared an anti-Semitic meme created by white supremacists

When Trump addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition in December, he tried to relate to the crowd by invoking the stereotype of Jews as talented and cunning businesspeople.
“I’m a negotiator, like you folks,” Trump told the crowd, touting his book The Art of the Deal.
“Is there anyone who doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room?” Trump said. “Perhaps more than any room I’ve spoken to.”
But that wasn’t even the most offensive thing Trump told his Jewish audience. He implied that he had little chance of earning the Jewish Republican group’s support, because his fealty could not be bought with campaign donations.
“You’re not going to support me, because I don’t want your money,” he said. “You want to control your own politician.”
Ironically, Trump has many close Jewish family members. His daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism in 2009 before marrying the real estate mogul Jared Kushner. Trump and Kushner raise their two children in an observant Jewish home.
Then in July, Trump tweeted an anti-Semitic Hillary Clinton meme that featured a photo of her over a backdrop of $100 bills with a six-pointed Jewish Star of David next to her face.
“Crooked Hillary - - Makes History!” he wrote in the tweet, which also read “Most Corrupt Candidate Ever” over the star.
The holy symbol was co-opted by the Nazis during World War II when they forced Jews to sew it onto their clothing. Using the symbol over a pile of money is blatantly anti-Semitic and re-enforces hateful stereotypes of Jewish greed.
“The sheriff’s badge ― which is available under Microsoft’s ‘shapes’ ― fit with the theme of corrupt Hillary and that is why I selected it,” he said in a statement.
Mic, however, discovered that the the meme was actually created by white supremacists and could be found on a neo-Nazi forum more than a week before Trump shared it. Additionally, a watermark on the image leads to a Twitter account that regularly tweets racist, sexist political memes.

He treats African-American supporters as tokens to dispel the idea he is racist

At a campaign appearance in California in June, Trump boasted that he had a black supporter in the crowd, saying “look at my African American over here.”
“Look at him,” Trump continued. “Are you the greatest?”
Trump went on to imply that the media  conceals his appeal among African Americans by not covering the crowd more attentively.
“We have tremendous African-American support,” he said. “The reason is I’m going to bring jobs back to our country.”
In fact, Trump has the lowest level of African-American support of any Republican presidential nominee since 1948, according to FiveThirtyEight. As of the most recent polling, just 2 percent of black voters plan to vote for him ― fewer than the percentage who plan to vote for Green Party candidate Jill Stein or Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson.
It’s may not be surprising that Trump has brought so much racial animus into the 2016 election cycle, given his family history. His father, Fred Trump, was the target of folk singer Woody Guthrie’s lyrics after Guthrie lived for two years in a building owned by Trump pere: “I suppose / Old Man Trump knows / Just how much / Racial hate / He stirred up / In the bloodpot of human hearts.”
And last fall, a news report from 1927 surfaced on the site Boing Boing, revealing that Fred Trump was arrested that year following a KKK riot in Queens. It’s not clear exactly what the elder Trump was doing there or what role he may have played in the riot. Donald Trump, for his part, has categorically denied (except when he’s ambiguously denied) that anything of the sort ever happened." [Source]  
The guy says that he is the "least racist person ever." 
If that's the case, I would hate to see what a real racist looks like.


Trumpophobia said...

Wow, you are lazy.

David Hasselhoff said...

Whenever you swim in the ocean, remember this: statistically you're more likely to be killed by Hillary Clinton than a shark.

Stalkers are stupid said...

Here's the 13 most important reasons:

Whooteemoos are stupid as shit.
Whooteemoos are obsessed with dumb shit.
Whooteemos obsessed over an ain't shit PEEOTUS.
Whoteemoos have shit for brains.
Whooteemoos are jealous as shit of successful minorities that took their coal mining jobs.
Whooteemoos are paranoid as shit.
Whooteemoos are entitled as shit.
Whooteemoos ain't shit.

Repeat that last one 5 more times.

Flying Junior said...

Hopelessly Conservative said:

Call me cautious, but I am going to withhold judgment on this unfortunate development until T. Boone Pickens and Warren Buffet each pledge at least $10 million to invest in this venture. It might also be prudent to wait until Trump TV is offered as part of the basic cable line-up on ComCast or Spectrum.

Limpbaugh said...

David Hasselhoff - a potential DNC lawsuit witness was found dead on a beach in Debbie Wasserman Schultz's district.

Limpbaugh said...

Our choice was a racist game show host or a corrupt war monger. You can thank the DNC and establishment media for that. At least Republicans went outside of their establishment. Hillary voted to authorize the war that Khizr Khan's son died in, even though the intelligence that Iraq had destroyed their WMDs after the Gulf War came in while her husband was president. People need to rationalize that their family members deaths weren't wasted and the Democrats exploited that. The Hispanic judge was biased. Podesta wrote about the judge's wife visiting him while he was the head of the Hillary campaign. Add that to Trump's racist rhetoric and policies against Latinos, and of course the judge was biased. Trump did desegregate his Palm Beach club when he bought it and he worked to get other country clubs to do the same. Most racists think there are "the good ones" so I don't think Trump isn't a racist, but the media doesn't report anything that conflicts with their narrative agenda.

White supremacists have voted for Republicans ever since Reagan, and longer. The Southern Strategy was a gradual process that culminated its trickle down to the masses with Reagan. A lot of people who voted for Obama voted for Trump because of jobs. After seeing what NAFTA did, people didn't want the TPP. Hillary is John McCain in a pantsuit. That's why he voted for her. The media's original Republican choice, Jeb Bush, did too. She wanted to escalate the proxy war in Syria with things like a no fly zone. That means nobody flies but us, and we shoot down Russian planes. Trump ended our secret program to recruit, arm, train, and pay ISIS, and Syria is quickly being liberated. No establishment candidate that the media wanted from either party would have done that. I have no idea what Trump will do from here on out, but so far it looks like our choice was racism here or kill people and support terrorism overseas.

Progress! said...

With Trump TV, the American government will finally have a suitable propaganda network to brainwash its own people!

At last, we American citizens will have the opportunity to live like the peoples of such wonderful nations as Russia, Iran, and Venezuela, who get their news straight from their god figures/leaders, free from any pesky critical questions posed by adversarial journalists. We will have the privilege of hearing them tell us how incredibly great they are, totally unfiltered!

Soon we will be rid of useless and tedious democracy, once and for all.

Anonymous said...

@ Yisheng (we know it's you, Tubby):

You're just jealous you're not white (or at least mulatto).

It's OK. We love reading your posts, anyway. You know the old line about 1,000 monkeys with a 1,000 typewriters? Well, that's you.


Anonymous said...

Big Dick Trump has his own TV network now.

Oh, hell yeah.

field negro said...

Did a trump supporter call me lazy? Now that's irony.☺

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PBS/NPR said...

Progress! said...
"With Trump TV, the American government will finally have a suitable propaganda network to brainwash its own people!"

Hey, we're not suitable enough for you?

And what about ABC/CBS/NBC/CNN/MSNBC?

Anonymous said...

Did you really need to provide "proof" that Trump is racist...??????
Everybody knows that most white men are racist. Their biggest target is black boys and men.
They became jealous the minute they saw a black man's face and body.

This white author says it all..READ FOLKS...READ!!!!
Book: Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, and Unequal
Author: Andrew Hacker, (0p) ISBN 978-0-684-19148-5

mike from iowa said...

Limpaw who hasn't actually ever posted a factual fact strikes out again and it only took one pitch. What a piker.

Pay attention, twerp. Not a single congressweasel of either party voted for a war with Iraq. Congress voted to give dumbfuck dumbass dubya authorization to use any and all available options as HE saw fit. Of course the dumbfucker chose war because that is what the NEOcons had planned since 1998.

There was no vote to go to war with Iraq!

mike from iowa said...

Passed Senate without amendment (10/11/2002)
Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002 - Expresses support for the President's efforts to: (1) strictly enforce through the United Nations Security Council all relevant Security Council resolutions regarding Iraq; and (2) obtain prompt and decisive action by the Security Council to ensure that Iraq abandons its strategy of delay, evasion, and noncompliance and promptly and strictly complies with all relevant Security Council resolutions.

Authorizes the President to use the U.S. armed forces to: (1) defend U.S. national security against the continuing threat posed by Iraq; and (2) enforce all relevant Security Council resolutions regarding Iraq. Directs the President, prior to or as soon as possible (but no later than 48 hours) after exercising such authority, to make available to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President pro tempore of the Senate his determination that: (1) reliance on further diplomatic or peaceful means alone will not achieve the above purposes; and (2) acting pursuant to this joint resolution is consistent with the United States and other countries continuing to take necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Declares that this section is intended to constitute specific statutory authorization for use of the armed forces, consistent with requirements of the War Powers Resolution.

This is what congress voted on There is no declaration of war to be voted for or against.

Manny Manson said...

stooge from iowa said...

"Voting to authorize the use of force has nothing to do with the use of force"

It's like if you tell a firing squad to "fire!" and they execute a prisoner, then you say "I had nothing to do with that execution, I didn't shoot anyone, I merely told them that they could".

You are a fucking sad joke of a human being.

Bold, James Bold said...

There's only one reason that Feeled would fail to call out a member of the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association ("La Raza" meaning mixed Euro-Indio, which means NO African descent) a "non-racist".

That's because he hates White people, and will do anything he can to denigrate, dispossess and damage them.  He supports the Mexican equivalent of the KKK for the sole reason that it advances that goal.

White people have figured this out, and are fed up.  This will not end well for you.

Anonymous said...

"Everybody knows that most white men are racist."

Unlike every other person on the planet.

Yisheng isn't Racist said...

Whooteemoos are stupid as shit.
Whooteemoos are obsessed with dumb shit.
Whooteemos obsessed over an ain't shit PEEOTUS.
Whoteemoos have shit for brains.
Whooteemoos are jealous as shit of successful minorities that took their coal mining jobs.
Whooteemoos are paranoid as shit.
Whooteemoos are entitled as shit.
Whooteemoos ain't shit.

anotherbozo said...

A powerful indictment of policies driven by "white resentment" written by an A-A Studies prof at Emory University appeared in the NY Times this Sun. Give it a look:

All the way to the bank said...

"an A-A Studies prof at Emory University"

Now there's someone who can offer a reasonable and clear-eyed opinion on racial matters!


Stalkers Ain't Shit said...

field negro said...
Did a trump supporter call me lazy? Now that's irony.☺

Would have been MORE ironic if it had called you fat too, LOL!!!


mike from iowa said...

Fake Noize leaked classified info on spy satellites and Drumpfuck Drumpf re-tweeted the same. We know who the leaker is. Time for a firing squad for the mangle apricot and his followers.

Fat, lazy Yīshēng said...

I resent white success.


Joke party said...

Democrats turn against immigration point system after Trump gives support

Democrats who several years ago voted to end the government’s green-card giveaways and to institute a point system for selecting some new immigrants are quickly backing away now that President Trump has embraced the idea.

One Democratic leader called it “anti-immigrant,” and another called it a betrayal of the principles of the Statue of Liberty.

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dinthebeast said...

President four-year-old doesn't need to go to all of the trouble of setting up his own network, all he has to do he has already done: put Ajit Pai in charge of the FCC so he can further deregulate broadcast TV so Sinclair Broadcasting can own 75% of local news broadcasters and demand that they broadcast pro-Trump propaganda.
They are already doing so now, with the main propagandist being Boris Epshteyn, whose "Bottom Line With Boris" propaganda segments are "must run" at Sinclair owned stations at least nine times weekly.
The deregulation would allow Sinclair to buy up one of its rivals and thus own 75% of all local broadcast stations.
They did this because local news is one of the last remaining news sources with audiences who trust the information being broadcast, so they knew they needed to get in and fuck that up too, so they can finally lie without impediment across all media platforms.

And as to whether president four-year-old is a racist, that doesn't matter. What matters are the blatantly racist policies he is enacting. LBJ was probably a racist, also, but as president he enacted policies that helped non-white people. Like the Rude Pundit wrote about the infighting among Democrats:
"If my house is ever on fire, I won't give a shit who comes to put it out. I won't ask them who they voted for, I won't ask them where they're from, I won't ask a goddamned thing except that they put the fire out."

-Doug in Oakland

CNN is ISIS said...

dinthebeast said...
President four-year-old doesn't need to go to all of the trouble of setting up his own network, all he has to do he has already done: put Ajit Pai in charge of the FCC so he can further deregulate broadcast TV so Sinclair Broadcasting can own 75% of local news broadcasters and demand that they broadcast pro-Trump propaganda.

First, deregulating broadcast TV is the direct opposite of asserting state control. Obama used the FCC into intimidating broadcast networks into squashing stories unfavorable to his political agenda. I agree that you do not want one company controlling 75% of any one media source, but private control is always better than state control.

Secondly, six corporations own 90% of the world's media.. Just one of those, the smallest one, is what you would call 'conservative' - News Corp, which owns Fox, WSJ, and the NY Post. The other five broadcast 100% globalist propaganda indistinguishable from the Clinton/Obama/DNC/Eurocrat/AIPAC/Google/Liberal-progressive party line.

If somehow some podunk local TV news organization somehow stopped screeching the anti-Trump line and started going soft on the President, the net effect would be next to nothing compared to the unified monolithic message slammed into your head every day by the corporate media.

But you can't even abide that. You must insist on ALL information distribution sources conforming to the same narrative, lest your little heart be troubled by an inconvenient bit of news.

Talk about four-year-olds. You fucking commie bastard.

anotherbozo said...

@Anonymous All the way to the bank:

Read the essay, then report back to us on any one fact you think is unfairly categorized.

As if!


Limpbaugh said...

CNN is ISIS is right. Reagan stopped enforcement of the Fairness Doctrine, Clinton allowed the six corporations to buy up all the small media outlets with his Telecommunications Act, and Fox News won the right to lie for all news organizations. They all want war for their military industrial complex sponsors. The so called "liberal media" helped sell us the Iraq War and then continued to downplay the Bush Administration's war crimes. They are afraid of Trump because he didn't come up through the ranks and they don't know what he will do. PNAC Committee founder Bill Kristol almost peed his pants on MSNBC he was so afraid. For all they knew, Trump might have a real 9/11 investigation. But the most recent example I know of was Kim dot Com expounding on his offer to testify before congress that Seth Rich was the DNC leaker, if he gets immunity from prosecution for his involvement with the leak. The only harm that could come from that is it might refute the false narrative we are fed and expose the DNC. They don't want us to know the truth. We are supposed to accept that the Russians did it without seeing any proof. The government never even saw the DNC servers. The DNC wouldn't let them. The only analysis of the supposedly hacked servers came from a private company. By the way, CNN really is ISIS. The last time we shot down a Syrian plane, CNN said we were protecting anti Assad rebels who were fighting ISIS. Yeah, sure... They can tell people anything.

Yisheng = nigger said...

Everybody who loves Trump is a retard.
Every retard loves Trump.

Facts of Life said...

Black Lives Matters protesters deserve to be beaten.

Gay White Man said...

Yes, Trump is a piece of shit, but maybe you blacks should focus on the criminality of your youth before worrying about other people's problems, most of which pale in comparison to the problems in your "community."

Lance Cockstrong said...

White supremacists have a hard on for Butt Trumpet, or at least what passes for a hard on with their micro dicks.

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Stalkers Ain't Shit said...

Are you whooteemoos ready to get your guns off the rack of your F150s and go to Korea and kill a bunch of slant eyes?


Yīggēr said...

In 1945, Hiroshima was a pile of smoldering radioactive waste, and Detroit was the richest city in the world, the manufacturing capital of America, the aresenal of democracy, the Paris of the West. It was also 90% white.

In 2017, Hiroshima is a modern, safe city, home to millions of productive citizens, and Detroit is a festering, crumbling ruin, the murder capital of America. It's also 90% black.

You can rebuild a city after it has been bombed to rubble, but negroes will destroy it forever.

If we really hated North Korea, we'd send them a bunch of negroes.

Bold, James Bold said...

"If we really hated North Korea, we'd send them a bunch of negroes."

The starving North Koreans would thank us for the long pig.

Hey, that's win/win!

Stalkers smell like possum shit said...

Koreans >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Vietcong in looks.


mike from iowa said...

They can tell people anything.

So can you, Goober.

Anonymous said...

Fuck the gooks and chinks!

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