During the 2016 Presidential election season, the liberal left painted anyone on the Republican ticket as racist, bigots, and when Republican President-elect, Donald Trump won against Democrat Hillary Clinton, the leftist rhetoric increased to a level of non-sense.
The liberal leftists “hate Trump” increase has gotten so bad, that Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh urged Boston Public Schools students to express their views of the Trump administration after school hours, rather than Monday’s planned walkout.
School kids, being fed the liberal narrative by liberal public school teachers that Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson has called out the Democrats and the media claims that President-elect Donald Trump is giving a platform to “white supremacists”, but the facts show otherwise.
Jennifer Palmieri, Hillary Clinton’s campaign director of communications, recently repeated these accusations at a Harvard forum that became a heated debate with Donald Trump campaign manager Kelly Anne Conway.
CNN commentator and Marxist sympathizer Van Jones told talk-show host Hugh Hewitt that Republicans have “given space for a bunch of bigots.” Jones is the same guy who called Trump’s victory a “whitelash against a black president.”
There simply is no wave of attacks against minorities by Trump supporters. To the contrary, evidence shows that it’s Trump supporters who have primarily been the victims of violent attacks. And most of the alleged attacks against minorities have been exposed as hoaxes.
So where do these bogus reports about hate being on the rise after Trump’s election originate? Most of the lies and misinformation come from the Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC.
The SPLC is a leftist attack dog funded by George Soros and other wealthy left-wing foundations that seeks to transform America into a socialist hellhole. Despite its name and tax-exempt status, SPLC reportedly has $338 million in assets and investments in offshore tax havens Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.
It is bad enough that school kids are being taught lies and false narratives that even adults fall for false news such as the case when CNN was caught stealth editing a false quote that authors Jeremy Diamond, Caroline Kenny, and Ashley Killough used to claim that Donald Trump “[encouraged]” voting more than once.
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