The New York Times is as liberal, anti-American, anti-decency and anti-Trump as the city’s mayor and the state’s governor. The paper has gone out of its way in the past to print fake news to shame, smear and slander President Donald Trump and now they have gone to another extreme to smear and defame the President once again.
One of their columnists wrote a piece on just how racist Trump is and, yes, some of this statements may be taken that way, but those statements have been made out of ignorance than racism.
However, the columnist went too far when he pointed to a number of examples that had absolutely no bearing on race at all, but had more to do with crooked politics like that of Pocahontas Warren in reference to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
(The Daily Wire) – On Monday, The New York Times went full-out in its attempt to finally stick President Trump with the “racist” label. That comes in the aftermath of Trump’s reported comments stating that America doesn’t need more immigrants from “s***holes” — a statement that could be read as clear racism, or alternatively, as a critique of the diversity visa lottery’s reliance on place of origin as sole determining factor. Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) had the most honest take on those comments: “I can’t defend the indefensible. You have to understand that there are countries that struggle out there. But their people, their people are good people and they’re part of us. We’re Americans.”
First, the Times ran a piece by Charles Blow labeling Trump a racist; that’s nothing new, since that’s been Blow’s take for months. The major piece, though, came courtesy of David Leonhardt and Ian Prasad Philbrick. It was titled “Donald Trump’s Racism: The Definitive List.” Leonhardt is, of course, the associate editorial page editor at the Times; two days ago, he wrote another editorial titled, “Just Say It: Trump Is a Racist.” In that piece, Leonhardt described his view of Trump’s racism this way:
Is it possible to defend some of his racially charged statements by pointing out that something other than race might explain them? Sure. Is it possible that he doesn’t think of himself as a racist who views white people as superior to nonwhite people? Yes. But the definition of a racist — the textbook definition, as Paul Ryan might say — is someone who treats some people better than others because of their race…
Liberals and black activists have carried the issue of racism way too far. Ask them why is it racist to hold a Caucasian only event, but it’s not racist to hold black caucus in Congress, a black entertainment channel, black history month (but not white history month), NAACP, and the list goes on and on for page after page. Racism in America has become a one way street which is racism in reverse.