An MSNBC contributor, on national television, is calling for a mob outside the home of Stephen Ross. He donated to Donald Trump. That makes him a racist. He must be punished.
Actual speech suppression.
“People of color are already targets under this administration,” Mystal said. “I have no problem on shining the light back on the donors who fund this kind of racialized hate. I mean I go further. I want pitchforks and torches outside this man’s house in the Hamptons.”
There is a problem with this, aside from the obvious. A recent study suggests that prejudice has declined in Donald Trump’s America.
We find that via most measures, white Americans’ expressed anti-Black and anti-Hispanic prejudice declined after the 2016 campaign and election, and we can rule out even small increases in the expression of prejudice.
Much like the problem with “guns,” the problem with minorities is a construction of the left. A crisis they create so that they can then not let it go to waste.
Minorities are targets – of Left-Wing race-baiting and false outrage. Targets of progressive cultural engineering. A social experiment for the national living wage and government-managed housing and health-care.
And, what has Donald Trump done, besides upset liberals? He has “targeted” minorities for an improved economy and record job creation and succeeded. Their economic prospects are as good or better than they have been in five decades. But all the Democrats can see is their hate for Trump.
We’ve got it here in New Hampshire.
If you missed the “peaceful mob” outside Mitch McConnell’s house, you can witness that “demonstration” here.
There are plenty of examples, new and old, but they all point to the same conclusion. The biggest threat to public safety isn’t guns. It is liberals with guns. Which, not uncoincidentally, is their goal for America. All that gun-grabbing rhetoric. The entire point is a nation where the only people with guns comrade are liberals or people who take orders from them.
Everyone else needs to be weeded out, to quote Nashua, New Hampshire Democrat Sonia Prince. One way or another. Stephen Ross appears to be next.
Yes, they will eventually get to you, unless you stop voting for them. All they crave is power. But every election is an opportunity to take power away from them.