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White Nationalists Love Donald Trump’s War on a ‘Mexican’ Judge

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White Nationalists Love Donald Trump?s War on a ?Mexican? Judge - The Daily Beast
White Nationalists Love Donald Trump’s War on a ‘Mexican’ Judge

“Trump’s fellow Republicans (and his own campaign) are trying to stop his racist fight against a U.S. judge, but some stand behind him. Surprise—they’re white nationalists.

While Donald Trump’s most prominent supporters have slowly backed away from his racist crusade against Judge Gonzalo Curiel, some stand firmly behind him: his white nationalist fanboys……..

In the meantime the GOP leaders and Congressmen are putting distance between themselves and Donald………..And very worried that Trump may lose them their jobs and control of Congress…….
The GOP outrage is epic………….



Republican Sen. Johnson says Trump should retract comments
Republican Sen. Johnson says Trump should retract comments - Washington Times

Donald Trump: Gingrich scolding over judge comments was "inappropriate"
Donald Trump: Gingrich scolding over judge comments was "inappropriate" - CBS News

New England’s two Republican senators denounce Donald Trump’s judge comments
https://www.boston.com/news/politic...enators-denounce-donald-trumps-judge-comments

Marco Rubio on Donald Trump's attack on judge: 'This man is an American'
Marco Rubio on Donald Trump's attack on judge: 'This man is an American' | Tampa Bay Times

More in GOP scold Trump: Stop talking about judge
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/...d-trump-judge-republicans-20160606-story.html

Indiana Democrats: Trump 'crossed the line' with comments against Trump University case judge
http://www.latimes.com/la-na-trailg...s-trump-crossed-the-1465227629-htmlstory.html

Donald Trump under Siege from GOP for Comments on Judge Gonzalo Curiel
http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/v...r-siege-from-gop-for-comments-on-judge-curiel

Paul Ryan: Donald Trump’s Judge Comments ‘Out of Left Field’
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/06/03/paul-ryan-donald-trumps-judge-comments-out-of-left-field/

Republicans react to Trump's comments on judge
https://www.washingtonpost.com/vide...edc5f0-2be7-11e6-b9d5-3c3063f8332c_video.html

Sen. Mitch McConnell says he disagrees with Donald Trump's comment about judge's Mexican heritage
http://www.wdrb.com/story/32154701/...-trumps-comment-about-judges-mexican-heritage

Senior U.S. Republicans criticize Trump's remarks on Hispanic judge
http://www.aol.com/article/2016/06/...icize-trumps-remarks-on-hispanic-ju/21389742/

Donald Trump’s attack on ‘Mexican’ judge is so bad, even Kayleigh McEnany can’t defend i
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...-so-bad-even-kayleigh-mcenany-cant-defend-it/

Republican critics line up against Trump for comments about Latino judge
http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-...ics-line-up-against-1465241593-htmlstory.html


More Republicans Criticize Trump Over Judge Comments
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/republicans-criticize-trump-judge-comments/story?id=39639370



Donald Trump is causing major alarm for Republicans again — and they're calling him out
http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-judge-comments-republicans-2016-6
 

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Lots of people will be voting against Trump for the same reasons that others will be voting for him.




"Better days are coming." ~ But not for today's out of touch,running out of time,GOP.
 

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Lots of people will be voting against Trump for the same reasons that others will be voting for him.




"Better days are coming." ~ But not for today's out of touch,running out of time,GOP.

When was the last time that we had 12 consecutive years of Democrat presidents? FDR. Think Hillary is this generations FDR?
 

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When was the last time that we had 12 consecutive years of Democrat presidents? FDR. Think Hillary is this generations FDR?

she hasnt even been elected yet and the conspiracy theories about her running for 12 years have already started? damn you guys dont waste any time do you
 
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she hasnt even been elected yet and the conspiracy theories about her running for 12 years have already started? damn you guys dont waste any time do you

It's not a conspiracy theory. It's a fact that if she wins, this country will never have a republican president. Ever.
 

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she hasnt even been elected yet and the conspiracy theories about her running for 12 years have already started? damn you guys dont waste any time do you

Not what I meant.

The country generally swings Republican after 8 years of a Democrat president, as it generally swings Democrat after 8 years of a Republican president.

Is Hillary Clinton a strong enough candidate to buck the odds?
 
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Trump’s fellow Republicans (and his own campaign) are trying to stop his racist fight against a U.S. judge, but some stand behind him. Surprise—they’re white nationalists.

While Donald Trump’s most prominent supporters have slowly backed away from his racist crusade against Judge Gonzalo Curiel, some stand firmly behind him: his white nationalist fanboys……..

In the meantime the GOP leaders and Congressmen are putting distance between themselves and Donald………..And very worried that Trump may lose them their jobs and control of Congress…….

You don't even know what "racist" means. Learn and use it properly.

Let me guess. White nationalists are disgusting bigots but illegal scum waving their Mexican flags on the U.S. soil and burning ours are cool dudes. Right?

And that judge belonging to an offshoot of the racist La Raza is even cooler?
 

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You don't even know what "racist" means. Learn and use it properly.

Let me guess. White nationalists are disgusting bigots but illegal scum waving their Mexican flags on the U.S. soil and burning ours are cool dudes. Right?

And that judge belonging to an offshoot of the racist La Raza is even cooler?

Donald Trump's comments are every bit as racist as a black man saying the white people are all out to get him, and just as disgraceful. As usual, Trump's only response to criticism is to scream like a toddler.
 

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So welcome to the American version of the Soviet Union where they had one-party in power, too. Just like here already. Almost.

Bull****. The Republicans control the House AND the Senate, no Democrat President is going to be able to get everything they want, and our nation has gone through twelve years of the same party in the oval office.
 

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Not what I meant.

The country generally swings Republican after 8 years of a Democrat president, as it generally swings Democrat after 8 years of a Republican president.

Is Hillary Clinton a strong enough candidate to buck the odds?

Buck what odds? She's leading in polls, she has all the odds. The GOP is messing up by putting Trump up, it will end up an easy win for Hillary.
 

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No. No she is not. Fortunately for her, Trump is a repulsive enough candidate that she actually has a shot at the Presidency.

I was waiting for someone to say that.
Face it, just changing the demographics of the country isn't enough to secure a Hillary victory. You better offer people free rides and grape soda to vote.
 

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Not what I meant.

The country generally swings Republican after 8 years of a Democrat president, as it generally swings Democrat after 8 years of a Republican president.

Is Hillary Clinton a strong enough candidate to buck the odds?

Yet we didn't see this swing after Reagan. It took Perot and Bush's loss of Atwater to end that 12-year run.

Many of the GOPs listed in the OP are preparing to go against HRC in 2020 while trying to hold the House and Senate before then.

GOPs still have a better long game for now, though trump's short game is finding a lot of bunkers .
 

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So welcome to the American version of the Soviet Union where they had one-party in power, too. Just like here already. Almost.

Yeah! The Democrats shouldn't even be allowed to run a candidate!
 

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It's not a conspiracy theory. It's a fact that if she wins, this country will never have a republican president. Ever.

You could very well be right but it will not because HRC was elected........

Rather it will be because the GOP has flushed any way to appeal to black, Latino, and women to be able to win a national election................

By 2020 or so white folks will be a minority and could qualify for EO protection and covered under Civil rights law..........


So far the black vote goes 90%+ Democratic .......Latino projection for 2016 is 70% for democrats..... and women are a solid 65%+ Democratic voters.......

Currently Latino's comprise 12% of voters and by 2020 the number will be about 26%..........


Are you getting the picture yet?

The only way the GOP can became competitive in national election is for the party change policies to attract minorities and people of color.........

But that will never happen until a sufficient number of poor uneducated white GOP men die off in sufficient numbers and can no longer hold sway over party policy........
 

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I was waiting for someone to say that.
Face it, just changing the demographics of the country isn't enough to secure a Hillary victory. You better offer people free rides and grape soda to vote.

No. Seriously. Hillary is the only candidate I know of from this year's batch who had negatives to compete with Trump's. They're the two most repugnant candidates we've fielded in decades, and that's why a record number of voters are either going to go third party or stay home.
 

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It's not a conspiracy theory. It's a fact that if she wins, this country will never have a republican president. Ever.

What? Is Hillary going to ban the GOP or something? You have a very strange definition of "fact."
 

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You could very well be right but it will not because HRC was elected........

Rather it will be because the GOP has flushed any way to appeal to black, Latino, and women to be able to win a national election................

By 2020 or so white folks will be a minority and could qualify for EO protection and covered under Civil rights law..........


So far the black vote goes 90%+ Democratic .......Latino projection for 2016 is 70% for democrats..... and women are a solid 65%+ Democratic voters.......

Currently Latino's comprise 12% of voters and by 2020 the number will be about 26%..........


Are you getting the picture yet?

The only way the GOP can became competitive in national election is for the party change policies to attract minorities and people of color.........

But that will never happen until a sufficient number of poor uneducated white GOP men die off in sufficient numbers and can no longer hold sway over party policy........

White folks are already covered under civil rights laws.
 

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Yet we didn't see this swing after Reagan. It took Perot and Bush's loss of Atwater to end that 12-year run.

Many of the GOPs listed in the OP are preparing to go against HRC in 2020 while trying to hold the House and Senate before then.

GOPs still have a better long game for now, though trump's short game is finding a lot of bunkers .


If Hillary pulls a high percentage of the vote than Dukakis did, it might very well be time to concede that the US is headed for disaster. I know that education standards aren't as high as they were in 1988, so it might happen.
 

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If Hillary pulls a high percentage of the vote than Dukakis did, it might very well be time to concede that the US is headed for disaster. I know that education standards aren't as high as they were in 1988, so it might happen.

:roll:
 

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You could very well be right but it will not because HRC was elected........

Rather it will be because the GOP has flushed any way to appeal to black, Latino, and women to be able to win a national election................

By 2020 or so white folks will be a minority and could qualify for EO protection and covered under Civil rights law..........


So far the black vote goes 90%+ Democratic .......Latino projection for 2016 is 70% for democrats..... and women are a solid 65%+ Democratic voters.......

Currently Latino's comprise 12% of voters and by 2020 the number will be about 26%..........


Are you getting the picture yet?

The only way the GOP can became competitive in national election is for the party change policies to attract minorities and people of color.........

But that will never happen until a sufficient number of poor uneducated white GOP men die off in sufficient numbers and can no longer hold sway over party policy........

There's the enlightened left again, asserting that if the "white people could just die off", then harmony and utopia would abound. Good luck with that.
 

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Bull****. The Republicans control the House AND the Senate, no Democrat President is going to be able to get everything they want, and our nation has gone through twelve years of the same party in the oval office.

12 years of crooked Harding and the GOPs was quite enough before 20 years of FDR/Truman. While Bush-41 was/is a beloved figure, we all prayed for his health with Quayle as his VP.

Wondering how you feel about a challenge from Rand Paul to Gary Johnson in 2020 for the LP nomination ?
 
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