Robert F. Kennedy said: “When you teach a man to hate and fear his brother, when you teach that he is a lesser man because of his color or his beliefs or the policies he pursues, when you teach that those who differ from you threaten your freedom or your job or your family, then you also learn to confront others not as fellow citizens but as enemies — to be met not with cooperation but with conquest, to be subjugated and mastered.”
President Trump is a cruel, dishonest, vindictive racist, who doesn’t appreciate or respect laws, protocol, or rules. On July 27, MSNBC regular Donny Deutsch wondered: “Could it happen here? ...There’s so many stunning parallels to what Hitler was doing in the early phase. Trump’s nonexistent national emergencies and declarations to ignore Congress, the racial scapegoating, the rallies..., he has the Justice Department in his pocket. He has one branch of the government marching blindly behind him.” If impeached, or not re-elected, Deutsch said he believes Trump would most likely refuse to leave office.
The fanatical Trump fan who mailed package bombs to the president’s political opponents is Cesar Sayoc. He admitted to mailing pipe bombs to numerous Democratic politicians and celebrities, who he perceived as Trump’s enemies.
Sayoc’s mother, Madeline Sayoc, requested that Trump tone down his rhetoric. “Our political leaders, like our President Donald Trump, need to recognize that there are many sick people in this country who take their rhetoric and words of ‘War with the Democrats’ to heart.”
Columnist Chuck Pinkey boasted: “The Right has over 300 million guns and a trillion rounds of ammunition.” Mayor Pete Buttigieg suggested that we stop worrying about what people like Pinkey say or write, and stand up for what we consider to be the right policy.
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