“Racism” is as “Racism” does.

By definition, racism is prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based solely on their race.

If we’re honest, we have to admit that we see racists in action all day every day…, but President Trump isn’t one of them!

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Liberal commentators, democrat politicians and liberal propagandist “journalists” tend to view everything through a racial prism.

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They see racism in EVERYTHING, and they promote racism in all they do, and then they have no problem at all calling everyone but themselves a racist.

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They are predisposed to a racist perspective.

It’s the unapologetic liberal agenda.

“Do as I say, not as I do.”

“Think as I think, or anything is fair game against you.”

“White people can only be critical of other white people.”

“People of color can only be criticized by other people of color, and only liberal people of color at that.”

According to Heather Mac Donald of The Wall Street Journal, “President Trump’s political opponents have accused him of sowing ‘division’ with his ‘racist language.’ Mr. Trump ‘exploits race,’ ‘uses race for his gain,’ is engaged in a ‘racially divisive reprise’ of his 2016 campaign, stokes ‘racial resentments,’ and puts ‘race at the fore,’ the New York Times has reported over the past several months.”

“Yet Mr. Trump rarely uses racial categories in his speech or his tweets.”

It’s all a liberal propagandist fairy tale.

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Ask them to give you examples and direct quotes of President Trump’s terribly racist remarks and they will quickly dodge, deflect and try to derail the entire conversation.

Ms. Mac Donald reminds us that, “It is the media and Democratic leaders who routinely characterize individuals and groups by race and issue race-based denunciations of large parts of the American polity [society].”

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“Some examples: ‘As race dominates the political conversation, 10 white Democratic candidates will take the stage’ (the Washington Post); Mr. Trump’s rally audiences are ‘overwhelmingly white’ (multiple sources); your son’s ‘whiteness is what protects him from not being shot’ by the police (Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand ); white candidates need to be conscious of ‘white privilege’ (South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg ); ‘white supremacy manifests itself’ in the criminal-justice, immigration and health-care systems ( Sen. Cory Booker ); ‘ Michael Brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri’ ( Sen. Elizabeth Warren ); whiteness is ‘the very core’ of Mr. Trump’s power, whereas his ‘predecessors made their way to high office through the passive power of whiteness’ (Ta-Nehisi Coates in The Atlantic).”

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“Liberal opinion deems such rhetoric fair comment, even obvious truth, not ‘racially divisive.’”

In the liberal mind, it’s okay to be racially divisive if you’re attacking anyone who’s conservative.

White conservatives are labeled “white supremacists,” Black conservatives are labeled “Uncle Toms,” and Latinos, Asians and anyone else are just plain ignored.

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These are the standard operating procedures for the liberals, democrats, socialists and fascists of today.

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