Democrats and their cohorts in the establishment media are lockstep in their efforts to distort President Trump’s remarks and convince the public the president is “racist.”
Trump recommended on Monday the extremist, progressive freshmen congresswoman – Reps. Alexandria Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) and Rashida – who refer to themselves as the “squad,” leave the United States amid their constant complaints that the country and its laws are unjust.
The president was ostensibly referring to the anti-American sentiment the Democratic lawmakers, who insist U.S. migrant detention centers are “concentration camps,” trivialize the 9/11 terror attacks, demand Immigration and Custom Enforcement be abolished, regularly profess. Nonetheless, Democrats, famous for playing the race card, used the president’s criticism as an opportunity to demonize him as a racist.
The American people, however, aren’t falling for Democrats’ fake news freakout propaganda campaign.
A day after Trump blasted the socialist squad, Rasmussen released a poll of 1,000 likely voters showing the number of Americans who believe Trump is “racist” dropped from 50 percent in January to 47 percent on Wednesday.
The number of those surveyed who say Trump’s “opponents are accusing him of racism only for political gain” surged from 43 percent in January 2018 to 49 percent this week.
Any time a white politician criticizes a “politician of color,” more than a quarter of leftists view the criticism as racially motivated. Thirty-two percent of Democrat voters believe it’s “racist for any white politician to criticize the political views of a politician of color,” according to the poll, while only 16 percent of Republicans and Independents share that view.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll taken over the same time period shows Republican support for the president jumped five points after he told the America-hating, anti-Semitic socialists to go back and fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came.
Prior to his remarks, the poll showed the president with a net 67 percent approval ratings among Republicans. In this latest poll, that number climbed to 72 percent approval, proving conservatives elected the president because he is not afraid to fight.
Before departing for a campaign rally in North Carolina on Wednesday, Trump tripled down on his criticism of the progressive congresswomen, arguing people who don’t want to love the United States or fight for the country should leave.
“When you look at some of the things they’ve said, they’re unthinkable,” Trump said of the four. “If somebody else, or me, or anybody else said things like that, it would be historic. So you ought to look at some of the horrible statements because there’s never been statements like that.”
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