That’s like saying it’s alright to call a black person the n word if you’ve called a white person the n word previously.
No it’s not, it’s bigotry towards disabled people. There’s a lot of it about, disabled people get physically assaulted, and gestures like that help create an atmosphere where such assaults happen.
They implied the non disabled people were disabled. Of course they were intended to mock disabled people.
I don’t think there’s anything Trump could do that you’d condemn. He could sacrifice babies to Satan whilst shitting on the American flag and nuking Pennsylvania and you’d still give him around of applause.
It goes to the heart of your argument.
Trump mocked disabled people and you refuse to acknowledge that.
Now you can go back to claiming black is white all on your own.
Don’t be ridiculous.
Trump made the same gestures previously to non-disabled people, so they couldn't have been formulated to mimic that reporter.
So, you are:
(1) Calling a person a liar with no evidence rather than argue the topic.
(2) Resorting to attacks on the poster.
(3) Not even looking at the video evidence I provided.
(4) Fleeing the argument because your claims cannot actually survive reasoned debate.
Okay, then, under those circumstances, I win.
I have seen and herein discussed evidence that he has made the same mocking gesture about other people. He says he was unaware that the man was disabled. I challenge you to provide a shred of actual evidence that he knew. Just saying it means nothing.
Frank Apisa wrote:
I don’t think he’s in denial, he’s into disinformation. They follow the playbook of their hero Joseph Goebbels who said that if you repeat a lie long enough people will start to believe it.
It is one of the two...either in denial or into disinformation on purpose.
Gotta wonder which it is...and wonder if what he does is the product of stupidity or treason.
Attacking the poster is unworthy, immature, and does not disprove the poster's specific assertions. I have found that in arguments, liberals descend very quickly to attacks on the poster.