The above photo, published in rare newspapers and hard to find on the Web now, says it all. This is an AP photo of (probably paid) anti-Trump agitators in Eugene, Oregon, a few days ago.
While mainstream media editorialists, en masse, decry presidential candidate Donald Trump’s lack of “good manners,” they seem to ignore and sometimes even celebrate the equally outrageous and even un-American lack of “good manners” shown by those who oppose Trump and his supporters.
Lack of respect for Trump as a presidential candidate, chosen by millions of Americans, is apparently approved by the media, at the same time that “journalists” criticize Obama-friendly comedians who, in their opinion, disrespect Obama and the office of the presidency by referring to Obama using a variation on the n-word, albeit as a joke.
In a display of amazing bias, the mainstream media accuse Trump of being “responsible” for the “incendiary” tone of the current campaign cycle, as if the vitriolic language directed at President George W. Bush by his political opponents (as well as liberal “protesters”) was never uttered. And let’s not forget the images.
How about the treatment that Governor Sarah Palin got in the media and by those who opposed her candidacy? Who can forget how reporters rushed to Alaska to pore through her trash or how they “crowd-sourced” examination of her email, looking for anything with which to smear her? Who can forget the ridicule that her children, including the child with Down Syndrome, received on social media and even in the “news”?
Let’s talk about disrespecting the office of the presidency. Remember this?
It’s not a “one off.” Obama has been photographed “flipping off” John McCain, Hillary Clinton, and Chuck Todd, among others.
How about Obama disrespecting the famous Resolute Desk? Hardly presidential.
But let’s get back to the photo at the top of this post–the photo that says it all. In case you can’t read the signs carried by the anti-Trump agitators, here’s what some signs say:
America was never great.
Good night white pride.
Make America Aztlán again.
Make America Mexico again.
Protesters in California recently carried similar signs (specifically, asking some unnamed someone to “make America Mexico again”). They also waved Mexican flags as they burned an American flag, but only after taking it from Trump supporters.
So much for respecting your fellow citizens (?) and their equal right to free speech.
Yet it is Trump and his supporters who are called racist, bigoted, and un-American. Is it any wonder that so many ordinary people support Trump and oppose these bigoted, racist, and anti-American (paid) protesters?
For those who do not understand the widespread support for Trump, the photo at the top of this post should explain it all. We the People know that
America is the greatest nation this world has ever known. Only in the United States of America are the PEOPLE paramount. Only here are our God-given individual rights protected by the Constitution.
Only in America would these “protesters” be able to behave as they do, without repercussion. In fact, these protesters are being treated with kid gloves.
These are truths:
America was never Mexico.
America was never the mythical Aztlán.
If black and brown Americans can be proud of their heritage, then so can white Americans.
We are all “persons of color” and we are all Americans: black, white, brown, yellow, red, or any combination or shade in between (if we’re citizens, that is).
What we see displayed by these anti-Trump protesters is the result of decades of indoctrination by liberal academics who seek to divide us for political reasons. So far, their sneaky agenda has worked. And yet, the tide seems to be turning.
Those who always seek to divide us along lines of race, sex, color, and gender must face this inconvenient truth: We the People are the deciders.
We the People of the United States–the citizens, that is–are speaking.
Hear us roar.