University Professors: Trump Uses Christmas To Promote White Nationalism

That Prof should be sent a box of these.

A Newsweek article posted on Christmas Eve featured three university professors alleging that President Donald Trump is using Christmas to advance white nationalism, much like the Nazis did in 1930s Germany.

According to the “experts” interviewed by Newsweek’s Cristina Maza, Trump vowing to end the “war on Christmas” and promising his supporters they can say “Merry Christmas” again is just a “dog whistle” for white identity politics.

“I see such invocations of Christmas as a kind of cypher, what some would call a dog whistle,” Richard King, a Washington State University professor told Newsweek. “It does not appear to be intolerant or extreme, but to attentive audiences it speaks volumes about identity and belonging—who and what are fully American.”

The projection is strong in that prof.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    “President Donald Trump is using Christmas to advance white nationalism, much like the Nazis did in 1930s Germany.”

    Does anyone wonder how this is possible?
    Maybe pic related.

  • Shebel

    Can you invocate about I am Ciphering to YOU?
    I use the same tactic on my DOG.
    Some times, I use a Dog Whistle.
    I am not attempting to be intolerant or extreme–
    But–It does speak Volumes about –
    Idiots attempting to justify their Paycheck—
    While appearing Intelligent.
    To their Liberal Masters.

  • bargogx1

    Time for that “dog whistle” concept the Left loves using so much to be appropriated and turned back against them, just the way Trump did with the “fake news” thing.

  • ECM

    So what are people that have spent decades serially denigrating Christmas (and Christians)? Any thoughts on that, profs?

  • Hard Little Machine

    I was speaking with a far leftist, a Jew it happens, who was very unhappy that the Nazis appropriated the swastika, long a symbol of peace and enlightenment. But he was willing to ignore all that and hang a few up for the holidays anyway with the reasoning that the symbol is 30% bad but 70% good and that’s good enough.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I was astonished to find a person that I work with wants to go to North Korea for the holidays.