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Old 01-16-2019, 10:58 AM
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Default Re: Republicans Rebuke Steve King but Face Vexing Question: Why Not Sooner?

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You know what I am? I知 a nationalist, okay? I知 a nationalist. Nationalist. Nothing wrong. Use that word. Use that word." Donald Trump
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In fact there is something wrong with the use of that word because it's a reference to White Nationalism where White (Protestant) Males have controlled the social, economic, and political institutions in the United States since before the nation even existed. It isn't a reference to blacks, Hispanics, Native-Americans, Muslims, women or anyone else in America because none of those demographic groups have ever controlled the social, economic, or political institutions in America.

When Trump refers to "Make America Great Again" it's a reference to white supremacy in the United States because our entire past is based upon White Male Protestant Supremacy. In fact the phrase "Make America Great Again" is attributed to the KKK from decades ago which is why the KKK and Neo-Nazis supported Donald Trump to begin with.
Nowhere in your quote from President Trump does he claim to be a "white nationalist" and despite your wishful thinking "nationalist" and "white nationalist" are not remotely the same thing. Your claim that "Make America Great Again" is a reference to white supremacy is ridicules on its face and is simply evidence of your bias.
So, are you going to walk back your claim or does willful ignorance become lying.
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Default Re: Republicans Rebuke Steve King but Face Vexing Question: Why Not Sooner?

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In fact there is something wrong with the use of that word because it's a reference to White Nationalism where White (Protestant) Males have controlled the social, economic, and political institutions in the United States since before the nation even existed. It isn't a reference to blacks, Hispanics, Native-Americans, Muslims, women or anyone else in America because none of those demographic groups have ever controlled the social, economic, or political institutions in America.

When Trump refers to "Make America Great Again" it's a reference to white supremacy in the United States because our entire past is based upon White Male Protestant Supremacy. In fact the phrase "Make America Great Again" is attributed to the KKK from decades ago which is why the KKK and Neo-Nazis supported Donald Trump to begin with.
Once again, you're attempting baffling with bull s**t. There is a huge difference between nationalist and white nationalist.

The rest of your post is the usual unsupported nonsense.
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Old 01-16-2019, 11:37 AM
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Default Re: Republicans Rebuke Steve King but Face Vexing Question: Why Not Sooner?

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In fact there is something wrong with the use of that word because it's a reference to White Nationalism where White (Protestant) Males have controlled the social, economic, and political institutions in the United States since before the nation even existed. It isn't a reference to blacks, Hispanics, Native-Americans, Muslims, women or anyone else in America because none of those demographic groups have ever controlled the social, economic, or political institutions in America.

When Trump refers to "Make America Great Again" it's a reference to white supremacy in the United States because our entire past is based upon White Male Protestant Supremacy. In fact the phrase "Make America Great Again" is attributed to the KKK from decades ago which is why the KKK and Neo-Nazis supported Donald Trump to begin with.
In other words, he's a White Nationalist because you don't like him and he called himself a Nationalist.

Sorry, you'll have to do better than that slick. You can claim to be the queen on England, but that doesn't make it so.
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