"Mocking Haley, Trump Adds to His Long History of Racist Attacks"
"Trump lobbed his latest racially charged attack at former Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina, the daughter of Indian immigrants... referring to her as “Nimbra”... Both are racist dog whistles, much like his continued focus on Mr. Obama’s middle name, Hussein, and add to a long history of racially incendiary statements from the campaign trail." - NY Times
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Trump racist dog whistles
In February 2011, Trump started pushing the racist lie that Mr. Obama was not a U.S. citizen when he was testing the waters of a potential presidential campaign. Sean Hannity, the Fox News host, discussed the so-called birther issue on almost a nightly basis that April, until Mr. Obama showed reporters his birth certificate later that month.
Trump questioned the citizenship of Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, the first Latino senator from the state, who was born in Canada. Mr. Cruz’s mother is American, which automatically conferred citizenship. - NY Times
Trump Mocks Debbie Dingell for 'Crying' Over Her Husband’s Funeral
Trump insinuated at a campaign rally ,that John Dingell was 'looking up' at the world from hell, inciting widespread controversy and backlash due to his comment. At the time, Debbie Dingell responded to Trump by saying, “You brought me down in a way you can never imagine, and your hurtful words just made my healing much harder.” - MSN
More Trump Insults
Women: 'Megyn Kelly Had 'Blood Coming Out Of Her ... Wherever' - HuffPost
Generals: Trump Floats the Idea of Executing Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley - The Atlantic
Anti-Semitism: "There were “very fine” people among neo-Nazi marchers chanting “Jews will not replace us!” - Washington Post
Trump incites violence
Trump’s rhetoric is dangerous, not just because it is the exact sort that incites violence against public officials but also because it shows just how numb the country has grown toward threats more typical of broken, authoritarian regimes. The United States is not just careening toward a significant risk of political violence around the 2024 presidential election. It’s also mostly oblivious to where it’s headed." - The Atlantic
TakeAway: Enough with MAGA racist insults and violence. Restore public decency. Vote for Democrats.
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