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1) True Obama had to deal with racism like all people do, but he decided to deal with it by being racist against white people, as my link points out.
2) Trump didn't insult all minorities, Muslims, and Mexicans either
3) HuffPo is about as biased a source as can be found on the internet. Your link is nothing more than a political hit piece made up of distortions and unverifiable accounts. Of course HuffPo wouldn't do anything to undermine their guy, in fact they went out of their way to excuse almost all of Obama's many faults. That doesn't mean that examples of Obama's racism don't exist, as my link makes clear.
4) I have no idea what you are referring to, you'll have to be more specific.
4) Nevermind, I just found the thread. There is no relation to this thread, however; Trump's name wasn't even mentioned in the article referenced.
1) I would say calling Trump a racist is a bridge too far.
2) Most minority groups, by definition, are racist groups
3) You are correct, they're not all false, some are simply inconsequential
4) I disagree, the King article demonstrates nothing more than King's thoughts and beliefs. Shall we also paint an entire party's beliefs with Sheila Jackson Lee's comments and say half the country doesn't know we haven't landed people on Mars yet, or that the Constitution is over 400 years old
Undoubtedly there are many more racists, and more active racists on the left than on the right. The right castigates and disavows their racists, the left embraces them.
Trump supporters want to ban muslims and Mexicans due to stereotypes. That's racist.
All of you Trump supporters who say that You
are not racists: lets be honest, it is clearly targeting muslims. Maybe
it makes you feel better about yourselves that you are not racists, but
if you turn off the lights and no one is watching, you can admit it to
yourself. I believe bulk of Trump supporters are in fact racists
whether they admit it or not publically to themselves. Just being