*Donald Trump, Jr. says y’all didn’t think his dad was racist when you were attending his events, and asking him for charity dollars. Well! He may have a point.
That line of reasoning is no different from the one where he states how he has watched his dad his “whole life.” He knows rappers and all kinds of African American people from Jesse Jackson to Al Sharpton.
OK. That’s two.
Thing is, this dude probably needs to look up the meaning of the word racist. He should pay particular attention to the part that explains a racist …believes that a particular race is superior to another. He seems too damn old to think that just because someone knows Black people, they can’t be racist.
…and do you really know someone just because you posed in a picture with them? Have they been over your house for dinner? Watched a little TV with you? Called you and had a nice conversation…on a few occasions?
I personally have never heard Trump, Jr. speak, at least not at length. It seems I’ve missed very little. But what do you expect? He’s defending his father for goodness sake?
You will really love the part in the video below where Trump, Jr. talks about racism. He says the word is thrown around so much by people angered by the fact that something is not going their way (I’m paraphrasing intentionally because I want you to see the video) that it carries little weight when those truly affected by it brings it up.
Now in truth that’s an argument I’ve used about many things. It’s just one that doesn’t sound right coming out of his mouth. Continue reading