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rick315875 62M
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10/23/2019 8:35 am

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Donald Trump


It is my opinion that Donald Trump's racist tweet compares his impeachment inquiry the lynching of Black slaves! The most disgusting thing I've ever heard! As if he was like a black slave being lynched! No comparison! Much more likely (because he advocates for racism bigotry violence and hatred) he would condone and participate in the lynching of blacks!

Trump Faces Backlash For 'Lynching' Tweet
https://youtu.be/50odLfmrCQ8

Trump's Racist Outburst HORRIFIES America
https://youtu.be/ysR6gMrmiho



allrati 49F
108 posts
10/24/2019 7:55 pm

    Quoting  :

If all you claim is true then it is the republicans that have failed their duties and to protect the constitution who held the majority in the house - since they held the majority in the house from 2011-2019 and the senate 2015-current. They failed to find criminality (hint - there was no criminality)


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 3:44 pm

    Quoting forgotforgetting:
    Thank you. His comparison is thus, disingenuous ans inappropriate.
You are welcome. I agree.


forgotforgetting 54M
7250 posts
10/23/2019 3:27 pm

    Quoting rick315875:
    Very intelligent response. The context of the word as used by Donald Trump is to imply a comparison of himself as a superior White man being lynched like a black slave.
Thank you. His comparison is thus, disingenuous ans inappropriate.

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:48 pm

    Quoting  :

The word inherently defines an act of violent murder of a person without due process of law. I find that to be inherently descriptive of racism. To the context of its meaning. The murdering of black people without the due process of law. It continues today with law enforcement murdering black people on the streets of our towns and cities.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:23 pm

    Quoting wackerpp:
    The word lynch in isolation might not mean much but with context and considering the history of our country is extremely loaded.
    Using the word for inconvenient issues (irrespective if you are Red or Blue) is trivializing what our ancestors have gone through.
    Yes, slavery and racism is all our legacy whether we like it or not. We should learn from it and become better.
Donald Trump purposely used that word. Because of its common association with lynching black slaves. And to imply his superiority over blacks.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:18 pm

    Quoting forgotforgetting:
    Linguistically, no word has inherent meaning. All words mean what we, as a society, collectively assign. In this context, it isn't the word itself that troubles, it's how Trump is perceived by those who have historically experienced the most violent implications of the word. From the reaction, one can clearly conclude perception is quite negative.
Very intelligent response. The context of the word as used by Donald Trump is to imply a comparison of himself as a superior White man being lynched like a black slave.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:14 pm

    Quoting  :

This is a discussion about Trump's reference to lynching.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:12 pm

I am disappointed that you support a man who is sexually assaultive towards women. Who obviously doesn't have any respect for women.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:10 pm

    Quoting livtuplz:
    So it was ok when Biden said the same thing about Clinton's impeachment. You dems are a joke. He won't be impeached and dems will lose bad in the next election. Y'all should focus more on what the dems have not done for our country the last 3 years.
We are discussing Trump's impeachment inquiry and his reference to lynching. Not Bill Clinton or Biden.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 2:06 pm

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We are currently discussing Donald Trump. Not Bill Clinton or Obama. I disagree with you. In the context of the word lynching is implied racism. Lynching is when a mob of people kill someone usually by hanging without due process of law. So the word lynching has nothing to do with his situation. He is receiving due process of law to the Constitution United States. Due process by impeachment inquiry. He is using the word to imply is superiority over black people. Comparing himself as a superior White being treated like a black person. Clearly a racist statement.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 12:30 pm

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I agree with you system is definitely broken. I believe the main dysfunction in our government is immoral values.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 12:00 pm

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    So true my friend so uncalled for what he said, and he really should keep his big mouth shut!!
I agree 100 my friend. I think he purposefully said that word in his tweet. He was implying his superiority over blacks by saying the word lynching. Implying that he's being treated like some black person who's being lynched. He's implying a racist belief of superiority over blacks.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 11:55 am

He certainly is.


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 11:20 am

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No my dear. It is inherently racist. To Lynch means a mob of people will kill someone usually by hanging without due process of law. Donald Trump is receiving due process of law through a impeachment inquiry as written in the United States Constitution. Donald Trump implied within his tweet of a lynching. The racism is implied through the word lynching.


thikhead 63M
3161 posts
10/23/2019 11:19 am

    Quoting  :

HIGHLY AGREE on the comment about two parties.

the term "political party" never once appeared in the constitution -

it wasnt the way the system was supposed to work.

the only option for anti-reps is dem, and the only option for anti-dems is rep.

yet its the only thing they agree and work together on -

that a third party will never rise and be able to fairly compete.

i am neither dem nor rep, so i feel my vote counts for absolutely nothing -

thanx to the reps and dems.

wonder if the dinosaurs had such issues?

it doesnt matter now, nor will ours

after we finish destroying ourselves and the planet

while arguing about tweedle-dee vs tweedled-dum political "issues".

what do YOU think ?

"well only get through this if we work together. if we dont, none of us will"


wackerpp 49M
253 posts
10/23/2019 10:04 am

The word lynch in isolation might not mean much but with context and considering the history of our country is extremely loaded.
Using the word for inconvenient issues (irrespective if you are Red or Blue) is trivializing what our ancestors have gone through.
Yes, slavery and racism is all our legacy whether we like it or not. We should learn from it and become better.


forgotforgetting 54M
7250 posts
10/23/2019 9:59 am

    Quoting  :

Linguistically, no word has inherent meaning. All words mean what we, as a society, collectively assign. In this context, it isn't the word itself that troubles, it's how Trump is perceived by those who have historically experienced the most violent implications of the word. From the reaction, one can clearly conclude perception is quite negative.

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde


MissCinders 55F
1525 posts
10/23/2019 9:24 am

TRUMP 2020


livtuplz 51M  
123 posts
10/23/2019 9:18 am

So it was ok when Biden said the same thing about Clinton's impeachment. You dems are a joke. He won't be impeached and dems will lose bad in the next election. Y'all should focus more on what the dems have not done for our country the last 3 years.


Tmptrzz 58F
87310 posts
10/23/2019 8:49 am

So true my friend so uncalled for what he said, and he really should keep his big mouth shut!!

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


thickydicky22 62M
172 posts
10/23/2019 8:47 am

DT is a smuck


rick315875 62M
10877 posts
10/23/2019 8:38 am

political commentary


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