Bill O’Reilly said last night that “Americans are tired of far-left media people accusing people of racism, bigotry and hate. That is a cheap tactic and it should be rejected…”
” Trump gave a national security speech today, concentrating on how he would bolster the military. Mr. Trump is making gains across the country, primarily because Hillary Clinton is getting pounded by scandal.
Day after day it’s more reporting about the Clinton Foundation and the destroyed emails when she was secretary of state. That has taken pressure off Mr. Trump, who is getting more specific about what he would do as president.
So with two months left in the campaign, it is a very close race.
Enter the strategy of hate. On the Democratic side, the beat goes on – portraying Donald Trump as a bigot and hate inciter. New York Times columnist Timothy Egan wrote that Trump has ‘all but deported the Statue of Liberty, laying out one of the darkest visions of the American experience that any major-party nominee has ever given.’
Mr. Egan’s analysis is unfair and inaccurate. Mr. Trump re-stated that he would build a wall on the border to stem the flow of narcotics and illegal aliens and that he would crack down on alien criminals who commit violence. Is that hate speech? Is that deporting the Statue of Liberty?
Talking Points believes this demonization by the left of anyone who disagrees with their uber-liberal policies will fail. The fact is that Donald Trump’s Arizona speech helped him, as the new polls show.
Americans are tired of far-left media people accusing people of racism, bigotry and hate. That is a cheap tactic and it should be rejected by all fair-minded people. That same thing is true to a much lesser extent on the right. Demonizing Hillary Clinton is foolish.
Let the facts speak for themselves. Secretary Clinton denies any wrongdoing in the email and Foundation controversies.
But there are plenty of facts in play, so you can easily decide whether her denials have credibility. Also, Secretary Clinton believes Barack Obama has done a heck of a job. Again, facts are clear and reality stares us in the face. So it is not difficult to make a decision about either candidate. We don’t need despicable and hateful branding. We need clarity
You know what else Americans are sick and tired of? — white men being continually insulted and demonized.
Take this moronic joke by Stephen Colbert who said, Donald Trump was way behind, but a new CNN poll has him up by two points nationally. Now, I’m not sure how that happened. I’m going to say angry white men have started to reproduce asexually.
One joke isn’t a problem but the mocking is way over the line in general.
There are endless obnoxious examples and we are sick of it. It’s bigotry and it needs to stop.