A CNN article quotes from Marxist professors to paint all Trump voters as racists and anti-Semites. We moved on from fake Russia collusion stories to every Trump supporter is a racist, though we can go back to Russia any time.
This article proves the President’s point that the media is trying to divide this nation.
CNN, and Democrat media and politicians in general, want all Americans to believe that if you voted for Donald Trump or if you vote for any Republican you are a white supremacist by default. Ordinary people are neo-Nazis and KKK who killed the woman in Charlottesville, this article suggests.
The article titled, ‘White supremacists by default’: How ordinary people made Charlottesville possible, uses the quotes of hand-picked “activists, historians and victims of extremism”, to portray Trump voters as white supremacists and anti-Semites. The activists and victims they quote are actually very far left.
Author of the article, John Black, writes in his report: “It’s easy to focus on the angry white men in paramilitary gear who looked like they were mobilizing for a race war in the Virginia college town. But it’s the ordinary people — the voters who elected a reality TV star with a record of making racially insensitive comments, the people who move out of the neighborhood when people of color move in, the family members who ignore a relative’s anti-Semitism — who give these type of men room to operate.”
One of the people Blake quotes at the jump is Fordham University professor Mark Naison who I have met. Naison is an avid, self-avowed Marxist and a man who holds white America in contempt.
Mark Naison is a former domestic terrorist and a friend or former friend to Bill Ayers. Naison was a member of the violent Weather Underground in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. He joined the Weathermen for a reunion as late as 1988.
His friend Ted Gold blew himself up in the day while making a bomb to use on innocent people.
Naison wrote an ode upon his friend’s death according to Wiki:
“I remember Ted Gold best…
“He is dead…
Of a bomb meant for better targets…”
He recently wrote an article accusing tens of millions of Americans of being white supremacists and, like all of the hard-left, he believes it. CNN found him a worthy source.
“We are a country with a few million passionate white supremacists — and tens of millions of white supremacists by default,” Naison told CNN.
Naison compared all Trump voters to “nice people” who facilitated the horrific violence of the Holocaust and the genocide in Rwanda by looking the other way.
“That was the twisted formula that made the Holocaust and Rwanda possible and allowed Jim Crow segregation to survive: Nice people looked the other way while those with an appetite for violence did the dirty work,” CNN reports, paraphrasing Naison. “You have to have millions of people who are willing to be bystanders, who push aside evidence of racism, Islamophobia or sexism. You can’t have one without the other.”
CNN laid out four types of “ordinary people” to blame for the country’s racial divisions, according to “Naison and others.” [Because Naison is the go-to guy]
One group is “the ‘down-low’ segregationists, who say they’re against segregation but actively segregate themselves. A second group is “those who say ‘yes, but…’” who are characterized in the report as those who condemn racism but at the same time qualify their condemnation. Then there’s “those who choose chaos,” who CNN reports supported Trump for the entertainment factor. And lastly, those who “look the other way.”
The article condemns suburbs as the place where all whites fled to avoid blacks. If you are a leftist, you have to hate the suburbs and war on them. Suburbs are notoriously Republican. It was the suburban and rural vote that gave Donald Trump the election.
Also in the white suburb piece, they quote Carol Anderson, author of “White Rage” and a professor of African-American studies at Emory University in Atlanta. She’s the one who mocked Rep. Steve Scalise after he was severely wounded by a Bernie Sanders campaign worker, James Hodgkinson.
Ari Kohen, a leftist Poly Sci professor at the University of Nebraska, contributed to the last one and suggests white Republican Trump supporters are all anti-Semites as well. In fact, it’s not the right promoting the Palestinian terrorists’ viewpoint over Israel’s. The left are the ones who loved Yasser Arafat, who was trained by Otto Skorzeny, dubbed Hitler’s ‘worst Nazi’.
CNN’s conclusion is: “If you want to know why those white racists now feel so emboldened, it may help to look at all the ordinary people around you, your neighbors, your family members, your leaders. But first, start by looking at yourself.”
For Marxists like Naisson, Anderson, Kohen, it’s always all about race. CNN apparently agrees. They envision a dark world in the future where we all see life through the leftist lens of identity politics.
The hate-filled left is winning if the polls are to be believed. People hate Trump and they disapprove of his presidency.
Getting ready for 2018, CNN is following the same tack as Howard Dean: “If you want to vote for a racist in the White House, then you better vote for Republicans.”