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“There are few filters between President Donald Trump’s mind and mouth. That is his appeal and his weakness. It is very common that a person’s strengths are also weaknesses. I wish Trump’s tweets and comments were as forthright – as un-P.C. – as they are now but stated in a sophisticated way. I also wish that cheesecake were not fattening. But just as cheesecake comes with sugar, Donald Trump comes with unsophisticated rhetoric. People are packages, not a la carte menus.” – Dennis Prager, “10 thoughts on the President and the s – hole countries” – The Dennis Prager Show, Jan. 16th, 2017.
“US President Donald Trump may or may not have used the word ‘sh*t hole’ to describe Haiti and African countries – but it has focused attention on the fact that all almost all black-ruled nations are economic and social disaster zones – caused directly by average IQs of between 66 and 75.” – The New Observer, “Sh*t hole countries by race and IQ” – Jan. 12th, 2017.
“A group of Asian protesters converged on Queen’s Park Sunday to demand an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his handling of the hijab hoax… The protesters say they feel insulted that a girl lied that she was assaulted by an Asian man and say Trudeau needs to make amends to their community… ‘He needs to say sorry to Asian people… We need equality and justice’… ‘By not apologizing, it just stirs up racial tensions and hate between communities’.” – Kevin Connor, “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau target of ‘hijab hoax’ protest” – Toronto Sun, Jan. 28th, 2018.
“It appears that the Trump administration has chosen to ignore the concerns of rank-and-file federal agents, instead opting to quietly extend the controversial Obama-era policy that relocates illegal immigrants to unsuspecting communities nationwide. It is known as ‘Catch and Release’ and frustrated DHS sources tell Judicial Watch the Trump administration is essentially facilitating the ongoing commission of a federal immigration crime despite its tough border security rhetoric.” – Rosemary Pennington, “Invaders being spread throughout US on commercial flights” – National Vanguard, Jan. 24th, 2018.
“Understanding Blackness as disabling… brings to the fore a surprising new approach to addressing discrimination and systemic inequality that has been hiding in plain sight: disability law… it (race law) has failed to combat the predominant forms of discrimination that now harm minority populations: unconscious bias, stereotyping, and structural inequality… Rather than focusing on malicious intent, disability law accepts the impact of even neutral actions, policies, and programs, directly confronting the ways in which social structures, institutions, and norms can ‘substantially limit’ a person’s ability to perform a major life activity…” – Law professor Kimani Paul-Emile quoted by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.d in “Fordham law professor tells African Americans to claim blackness as a disability” – Breitbart, Jan. 22nd, 2018.