We might as well change the words of the ‘Pledge of Allegiance’ today. It will read “…one violent nation, under Trump, with fascism and injustice for all.”
All white supremacist groups share one thing; hatred for anyone other than white, Christian Americans. Trump and his circle of sinners are a true ‘band of brothers;’ they share the same bigoted beliefs.
It all began to surface during his rallies. Protesters were not allowed. If one did show up, Trump ordered them removed from the area; frequently with the use of violence. One man who was charged with assault for his response to Trump’s encouragement is now suing Trump in return. 75-year-old veteran, Alvin Bamberger, has been charged with assaulting a protester during a rally in 2016 in Kentucky.
“Trump and/or the Trump campaign urged and inspired Bamberger to act as he did,” according to the Ohio resident’s claim, which was filed in Louisville federal court on Friday.
Bamberger denies any physical action other than ‘touching’ Kashiya Nwanguma, who filed the complaint. Television coverage frequently displayed Trump telling his supporters to “get him outta here,” and “hit him in the face.”
The lawsuit states that “if Bamberger is adjudged liable to Nwanguma for his actions, Trump and/or the Trump campaign should be adjudged liable to Bamberger in an equal sum, because Trump and/or the Trump campaign urged and inspired Bamberger to act as he did.”
Since Trump was elected, hate crimes have risen at an alarming rate. His supporters thrive on anger and hatred, and are encouraged by your illegitimate president to continue harboring their vile emotions.
Trump’s weak temperament has changed America; it has encouraged the return of the 1950’s and 1960’s. He is a schoolyard bully who shuns intelligence and incites emotions. Trump is mentally unstable, and displays significant paranoid tendencies.
Trump has achieved one goal; he is now the most hated man in America.
By James Turnage
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