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Friday, April 21, 2017

Does President Trump Have the Courage to Say, “Black Terrorism”?


[Re: “Racist Hate Crime Murders in St. Louis: Black Gunman Walks up to Two White Utility Workers and Executes Them Without a Word, Before Shooting Himself to Death.”]
 

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Friday, April 21, 2017 at 1:35:00 P.M. EDT

Thank God there was only one lone gunman! (Except there isn't—there are more out there). Or that he wasn't a terrorist! Except he was. All these blacks killing whites ARE terrorists!

When Timothy McVeigh and the like did their crimes, it was called "homegrown terrorism." What's happening here is the same, but on a much larger scale. Blacks are committing multiple murders of whites on a daily basis—at a rate much higher than what Muslims (who we're supposed to be concerned about) are doing presently.

Call it what it is: Black terrorism. Can Donald Trump do that? Can he say the words, "Black Terrorism"? He called it right when Hillary Clinton would not say the words, "Islamic Terrorism."

Now can he face the stark truth that keeps repeating in all our cities where the black population has grown to dangerous levels (more than a couple, imho). Blacks need to be the focus of our government. The media needs to open its eyes to the daily war blacks are waging on whites. It's a one-way war, though. They kill us, but we don't fight back.

Trump must lead with harsh, honest talk and proposals to stop the violence... as we wait for the next attack, which by my watch, should be later this afternoon somewhere in our rapidly declining country.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

To answer the question in your headline: No. He doesn't.

- The Gentle Grizzly

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Trump will say nothing about the pattern of racist black on white violence, he can't, his enemies would use anything he said to drive him out of office. He can however, refer to black on black violence, which he has, because that suggests "concern" for black people. He will be able to refer to rare white on black violence so if another Dylan Roof emerges he will be able to publicly denounce racist violence.

Lee Grant said...

no