I Speak Out BC I Love My Country­čç║­čçŞ Trump’s Silence Makes Me Doubt His True Patriotism.


I was certain I had missed the president’s address about race relations. I could not recall date, time, context, or content, but I knew the president said something. How could he not? Every time I went online, I saw companies that had no direct involvement w/ race relations publicly posting their support of change. If the ­čÉ▒ cat food people have taken a stand against racism, surely our president said something..? But no. I had given the president too much credit.

Trump’s silence on the matter is even more resonant than President Reagan’s failure to say “AIDS,” even once. I always thought the story of the Roman Emperor Nero playing the violin ­čÄ╗ while Rome burned was fictitious simply bc it was literally impossible. I was wrong. It is absolutely possible for the “leader” to occupy himself with his own interests while his country is aflame­čöąand obviously in desperate need of leadership.

During the greatest state of society-wide upheaval I have ever seen Trump speaks of–himself, and how he has been wronged. Trump’s self -centerdness reminds me of a common trait people addicted to drugs share, the obsession with self. I am NOT saying Trump is on drugs. I am merely noticing that his mentality as expressed in his speech reminds me of people with profound impairments in perceptions and thought.

I have been as open-minded to Trump as possible. I have not disliked him simply bc so many who look like me detest him. In fact, given my tendency toward oppositional defiance, I suspended judgment about President Trump. I can no longer pretend this guy might be alright after all. When I consider my own observations from an admittedly biased media, I say, based upon what I think I know, Trump has to go.

Trump’s Silence About Race Is Even More Resonant Than Reagan’s Failure to Utter “AIDS.”

Caroleena, making a sweeping generalization she cannot support by noting similarities between Republican presidents who failed to deal with matters deemed irrelevant by their kind of people

Published by Harvard Grad elite meets Honolulu backstreets

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