Worthless soon-to-be-indicted failson pushing white genocide bullshit one week after a Neo-Nazi terrorist attack (and as three Trump fans cite Trump's rhetoric as a defense for their plot to murder Somali refugees.)
Complete with a made-up statistic & the 88 signaling device. pic.twitter.com/FCGeuBt6fu
— Zeddy (@Zeddary) November 3, 2018
Every time you think Trump and the Repubs have hit bottom, they find a new low.
Silver lining — when they’re reduced to attacking Angus King, they’re pretty godsdamned desperate for attention…
I would also encourage anyone who interviews him to ask Don Jr a simple question: what is wrong with people from Syria or Somalia? When someone attacks people this way based on race, religion or national origin they should be asked to explain their thinking.
— Student Loans ?? (@AdamSerwer) November 3, 2018
— Brooke Binkowski (@brooklynmarie) November 3, 2018
Never mind — Google is my friend. "Fourteen Words, 14, or 14/88, is a reference to slogans coined by white supremacist David Lane, a founding member of the terrorist organization The Order."
— FM (@FloMillet) November 3, 2018
It's been one fucking week since the Pittsburgh massacre. One. And these cretins can't even hold it together for that long without engaging in the same xenophobic rhetoric that the shooter used. The only conclusion that can be drawn is that they want people to get killed.
— Thicc Shoggoth (@TheRealSeanCrib) November 3, 2018
Under Trump we no longer have to deal w Islamophobia as a pernicious & distinct illness in American society, because racism, xenophobia, & antisemitism have all come back to levels they hadn’t been at in many years. So, hooray I guess.
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) November 3, 2018