Wednesday Motes With Clarity

How come: “Jonathan Lopez, an unsuccessful local candidate in Umatilla County, Oregon, has confessed to penning an anonymous racist letter to himself last month” (Breitbart) If America is soooo racist, why are there so many “hate crime” hoax’s. You’d think there’d be enough actual crimes. But there aren’t and that doesn’t fit the narrative.

Not his fault; The U.S. Marshals Service is investigating after a protester was badly injured this weekend at a demonstration outside the Portland federal courthouse, the city’s mayor said. Appears he was struck by an “impact munition”, probably a rubber bullet. Local leaders widely blame Trump. Let me throw this out, he wouldn’t have been hurt if he hadn’t been at one of the “intense protests in the city– that have gotten violent– have been taking place for more than a month and a half.” So maybe it IS his fault. Stupid place, stupid things stupid people.

Truth hurts don’t it: President Trump grew irritated in an interview Thursday when asked about the deaths of black Americans at the hands of police. “So are white people.” Trump told CBS senior correspondent Catherine Herridge when she asked the president why African Americans were “still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country.” It is true that more white civilians are fatally shot by police in America each year, with 204 losing their lives so far this year in police shootings compared to 105 African Americans.

She is crazy: Congressional Republicans expressed outrage Monday after US Sen. Mazie Hirono called President Trump’s supporters “white supremacists.” Hirono, D-Hawaii, made the comments during an interview on MSNBC. “We should be dealing with the racism that is in our country, to which the president speaks to, because he has a base of supporters who are very anti-immigrant and white supremacist,” Hirono said. Hey Mazie, I am Native American/Irish, my wife is Filipino/Japanese, I voted for Trump, I will again. If I’m a white supremacist, I’m really bad at it.

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