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About That ‘Divisive’ Rhetoric…

“Commentators on MSNBC and CNN have been shedding crocodile tears over Donald Trump’s “divisive rhetoric” and lamenting his failure to unify the country. This sudden concern for national unity is rather hard to take from the same worthies who have incessantly glorified the Black Lives Matter movement over the last year and a half.”

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  • Shebel

    If Black lives don’t matter to Black people –
    Then why should they matter to me?

  • Alain

    If they really are concerned about divisive rhetoric and the failure to unify the country, then they need to focus on Obama and his administration. Trump did not create nor cause the division.

    • Will Quest

      TI-PET {trudeau} is starting that ‘progressive’ identity politics campaign, using very divisive rhetoric which he calls { in new-speak } ‘INCLUSIVENESS ‘ Watch for crass identity-politics to explode where every victim group with a rusty-ax to grind will be coming out of the wood work and Ti-PET will give them an apology , a soap-box to cry on and bags of money .

  • Ed

    CNBC and CNN increasingly remind me of the helicopter scene in news photos of the fall of Saigon…

  • pdxnag

    No more Obama phones for these thugs with the luxury of too much time on their hands.

  • Shebel

    Black lives only matter when they can be used for Political fodder—- by
    Black people .

  • kkruger71

    Not new, though it has gotten worse the last few (Obama) years. I’ve never been able to wrap my head around how leftists can square that circle that somehow, despite the fact that the call right-wingers every evil name in the book, they can convince themselves that their leaders unify the people, are the mayor/premier/prime minster/president of all the people, etc. Not just that they can say these things with a straight face, but really believe it.