PC Magazine: Trump Practices Divide and Rule Upon Minorities Rather Than Unite and Submit, by Steve Sailer. PC magazine Slate criticizes Trump’s recent speeches:
While mouthing platitudes about inclusiveness, he systematically courts certain minorities — or, rather, courts white voters who are skittish about supporting a racist — by pledging to protect them from other minorities. Even when he poses as the candidate of love and unity, Trump reveals himself as the candidate of hostility and division.
Sailer’s retort says so much about our current political scene:
In contrast, a good, moral white person like Hillary unites all minorities by telling them to hate white people.
Sure, black, Hispanics, Chinese, Hindus, Muslims, and American Indians might not have much in common, but they can all unite around hating white people.
Fearing and loathing white people is the KKKrazy Glue that holds together the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes.
But of course Hillary is a white person, so she doesn’t mean white people, she means white men.
Actually, let’s refine it to straight white men. Sure, a Muslim murdered 49 gays in Orlando in June, but, really, when you think about it, it was caused by straight white men.
And if they wear dresses, they’re on the good team too.
The irony of this is that the Democratic Party exists specifically as a coalition-of-the-fringes party. So how dare Trump try to splinter off one of the fringes?
[T]he hypocritical dishonesty inherent in [the Slate] article is clear for all to see. The Dems have been running on an openly anti white male platform since at least 2012. Did these scumguzzlers really think there would be no backlash? We are living in interesting times. I want to hear predictions for 2020.