When I say America?
I MEAN America….
The Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff of the US Military expresses regret on the state of race in his country…
The U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams relates that was a black man?…He has been pulled aside by cops because of the color of his skin…
Athletes that knelt to point to racism have been ostisized …
Republicans in the US Senate have a committee that is supporting more reforms for law enforcement…And dealing with Confederate names for military bases ….
A US Senator from a Red state marched in ‘Black Lives Matter’ demonstration ….
Overt 100, 000 American’s have taken to the streets over the last month to protest the death of a black man by a police officer, who actually knew the guy and had prior conflicts with him, situations of racism in some police actions and dissatisfaction with a President that is STILL insensitive and continues to persue political actions based on racism in broad daylight with a smirk….
Donald Trump had a miracle happen in the election of 2016….
He seems to think even with a mountain of odds stacked against this time?
He just gonna pull out a win….
Or he just don’t want the job anymore and he’s trying make sure he gets fired by voters …
He HAS always been a creature of a different universe ….
Though Trump has long sought to exploit class resentment and racial tensions for political gain, his decision to continue to do so in the wake of the death of George Floyd — an unarmed black man killed in Minneapolis policy custody — has left some in his orbit uneasy, and Democrats eager to capitalize on what some say is a racist president revealing his true beliefs.
Trump in recent weeks has repeatedly signaled that his sympathies lie with the police over the protesters, whom he has broadly portrayed as members of a loosely affiliated anti-fascist movement known as antifa, though the vast majority of the demonstrators across the country have been peaceful. Since Floyd’s death, he has tweeted about “LAW & ORDER!” more than a dozen times.
In a roundtable Thursday in Dallas, Trump proclaimed that the nation’s problems with racism will be solved “very easily. It will go quickly and it will go very easily.”
“Americans are good and virtuous people,” Trump said. “We have to work together to confront bigotry and prejudice wherever they appear. But we’ll make no progress and heal no wounds by falsely labeling tens of millions of decent Americans as racists or bigots.”
Trump this week interjected himself into an emerging debate over renaming military bases named after Confederate generals, opposing the idea and casting the issue as one of “heritage.” He also announced that his first rally since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered most the country will be in Tulsa on Juneteenth — the June 19 holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. The Oklahoma city is the site of the 1921 Tulsa massacre, one of the worst episodes of racial violence in the country’s history.
“This isn’t just a wink to white supremacists — he’s throwing them a welcome home party,” tweeted Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.), a potential running mate to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
The Trump campaign on Thursday also released a new 30-second ad portraying the president as a tough-on-crime patriot, while depicting Biden as a radical leftist who won’t stand up to Black Lives Matter protesters and demands from some on the left to “Defund the Police.”….