Donald Trump’s “Fine People On Both Sides” Charlottesville Neo- Nazi’s Lost The Civil Case Against Them And Must Pay $26 Million In Damages To Nine Plaintiffs Injured In The 2017 Racist Rally In North Carolina. Maybe They Should Ask Their Hero Trump To Pay The Fines For Their Hate Crimes. After All, He Supported Their Right To Commit Them. The Racism That Lives And Breathes Throughout Trump’s Being Is Chronicled In His Own Words And Actions. Additionally, Ever Notice That Historically Racist Hate Groups Are Usually Affiliated With The Republican Party, Not The Democrats?
On August 13, 2020, Vox printed an article that recalled that “the Department of Justice — under the Nixon administration, out of all administrations — sued the Trump Management Corporation for violating the Fair Housing Act. Federal officials found evidence that Trump had refused to rent to Black tenants and lied to Black applicants about whether apartments were available, among other accusations. “
It is widely reported that Fred Trump, Donald’s father, was a racist. A racist upbringing would explain the origin of Trump’s bigoted views of non-white, non-Christian people. The exposure to a racist worldview during developmentally crucial years when emotional and cognitive development takes place may play a part in how negatively Trump sees people of minority communities. However, we can’t blame his dad anymore. It is painful and frightening to watch how the former president enjoys stoking hatred between the races and political parties. President Biden’s call for morality and civility is the message all Americans must listen to and follow. Hatred and violence invoked by extremist Republicans must be rejected, and the two parties must reject the racism that permeates Trump’s ideology.