You’re full of crap. No doubt.
snood wrote:You’re full of crap. No doubt.
Just hide and watch, eh? Joey-boy aint gunna be on the ticket come November.
trusting someone who hides behind a demeaning false black persona to post non-stop troll bullshit not to welsh wouldn’t be wise.
One loser will replace another. The Dems never learn.
racists never think they themselves are racist
No, what’s demeaning is the fake ass caricature that you hide behind.
Never met a racist with integrity.
you don't get it
Honesty is the best policy -- when there is money in it.
You could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? They're racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic – Islamophobic – you name it-–they are irredeemable, but thankfully, they are not America. Hey! Why aint I ahead by fifty points!?
After the election, Diane Hessan, who had been hired by the Clinton campaign to track undecided voters, wrote in The Boston Globe that "all hell broke loose" after the "basket of deplorables" comment, which prompted what she saw as the largest shift of undecided voters towards Trump.
Political scientist Charles Murray said, in a post-election interview with Sam Harris, that because the comment helped get Donald Trump elected, Murray agreed with Jonathan Haidt that it had "changed the history of the world, and he [Haidt] may very well be right. That one comment by itself may have swung enough votes, it certainly was emblematic of the disdain with which the New Upper Class looks at mainstream Americans."
In an interview with CNN on December 4, 2016, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook said that the statement "definitely could have alienated." In her 2017 book What Happened, Clinton said that her comments on the "basket of deporables" were a factor in her electoral loss.