Skip to comments.WTF MSM!? NY Times celebrates MLK Day by calling Trump racist multiple times
Posted on 01/15/2018 12:26:23 PM PST by E. Pluribus Unum
NY Times full-bore Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. To celebrate the day, over the long weekend the New York Times dedicated not one, not two, but three pieces to declaring President Donald Trump a racist. First up we have Donald Trumps racism: The definitive list. Then theres Charles M. Blows piece, Trump is a racist. Period. This piece has the helpful URL trump-racist-shithole. Then theres The heartbeat of racism is denial. The last one is great: If you deny you are a racist, it means you are one.
Flake-out When Josef Stalin wasnt jailing political opponents, he was killing them. Yet thats the man that Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., is now set to compare President Trump to. In a speech that Flake plans to make this week on the Senate floor, he will equate Trumps attacks on the media with Stalin. This is just getting absolutely ridiculous.
Speaking of racist, paging Chris Cuomo. Raj Shah is the White House deputy press secretary. He is the person who sent out the original statement regarding the shithole comments. Referring to Shah, Cuomo said, Remember
we went to the White House when it happened, Raj whatever-his-name-is didnt back off the words. The Daily Caller has the video.
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If Trump were Stalin, Flake would be fertilizer by now, or in Siberia.
WABC Radio is doing the same thing to celebrate. They are going down to Harlem at the top of every hour to get people’s opinions on Trump’s “racist” and “vulgur” statements.
But I'd be happy for 'em to have an MLK parade on Serial Adulterers Day.
In case of rain, it could be held on Plagiarizers Day.
Actually that was WOR Radio. WABC probably doing it too.
What one sees in others is but a reflection of ones’ own heart.
“Trump is a racist” is all over the MSM today. The Media really, really need to die.
Don’t know, and don’t care to know, much about a MLK day.
However, we’re celebrating Robert E. Lee’s birthday today in these parts.
What does “racist” or “racism” even MEAN, any more?
Like “Nazi” (which a contraction of the German term for “National Socialism”), the meaning has become only to denote “somebody I don’t like”.
Nothing to do with the original characteristics of the persons the words were meant to describe.
Sad, sad, sad, that the NYT would use Martin King's birthday to spread lies, racial hatred, and class envy. Have they no shame?
Does Trump have more illegitimate kids than MLK? No; he doesn’t.
It’s part of the strategery to drive black turnout in 2020 all the way up to 101%, like they did in the Doug Jones race.
- Hammer home day after day after day that Trump is RAAAAACIST.
- Run Oprah for the Democrats.
I think they called his s remark “vile” in a headline yesterday or two days ago. They didn’t put quotes around it. The haters eat this stuff up and feel justified in all their misdirected vitriol.
Never go full retard.
A lot of companies took away Columbus Day when they gave their employees Martin Luther King Day. As my supervisor said at the time, we lost a beautiful fall weekend and gained one in the coldest part of the winter.
Oh well, the skiers liked it.
They are all on the same distribution list for their marching orders.
My dad knew a guy who owned a machine shop.
One of his employees came to him to argue that they should be off on Good Friday.
The owner thought about it, and decided that he could afford the additional day off. But instead of designating Good Friday he put it to a vote.
Long story short, the plant is now closed each year on the first day of Pennsylvania deer season.
I’m just waiting for MLK day to be over with. It is a hate-filled race baiting occasion, and black racists in particular use the occasion to go off the deep end with their hate on this day.
Because what MLK day has become, I will NEVER attend a ceremony, “unity march,” or any other event.
Yes, MLK was a womanizer (where's Hollyweird?), but I believe he did some good things for people of color. At least his efforts were peaceful, unlike BLM. Standing by for incoming...
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