Trump Smells Like a White Supremacist, Period. 

As the Bard once said:

“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”

The same could be said of fecal matter.

Nevertheless, it’s time to call things by their proper name. A rose is a rose, what happened in Charlottesville was terrorism, and Donald Trump is a white supremacist…among other things.

Donald Trump knows which side his bread is buttered on. KKK leader David Duke knows which side Donald Trump’s bread is buttered on. Vladimir Putin knows which side Trump’s bread is buttered on. Trump has a lot of people buttering one side of his bread, and they’re all despicable.

Merck CEO Kenneth Frazer has taken a stand against Trump’s refusal to condemn white supremacists by resigning from Trump’s Jobs Advisory Council, saying:

“America’s leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred, bigotry and group supremacy.”

Trump’s response was not to make himself clear in opposition to white supremacist hate groups, instead he attacked the black man who took a stand against them in a tweet.

The bottom line here is that Trump will not speak out against hate groups, like he will not speak out against Putin. They own him.

If there is any question left in anyone’s mind about Trump’s Nazi tendencies consider this often used gesture of Trump’s. Coincidence?

Point made?

There is a big push today to get Steve Bannon out of the White House. Yes, he should be removed, but, the man who put Bannon, Jeff Sessions, Stephan Miller, and Gorka there, did not do so by accident. You don’t surround yourself with racist hate groups if you are opposed to their thinking.

Trump will be gone soon enough. His financial crimes will be his undoing. What is happening to America in the meantime has to stop. The only way for this to stop is to make clear to hate groups that this behavior is not going to be tolerated. How?

  • In Germany and in several other countries it is a criminal offense to make the Nazi salute. They have good reason. That should be considered here.
  • Neo-Nazi white supremacist organizations, are terrorist organizations, and should be registered as such.
  • Twitter has been outing those at the rally, that is another way to combat this.

Can we stop pretending Donald Trump is less of a racist than Steve Bannon? Trump was raised in this.

It’s time for the KKK to put their white hats and robes back on and crawl back into the hole Trump let them out of.

Source: Trump Smells Like a White Supremacist, Period. 

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.


      1. …as Kelly Anne will undoubtedly comment. 😉

        In the interest of fairness and anti-bias i should point out there is considerable debate on the internet regards the OK sign being described as a WP symbol. The real WP hand signal is significantly different and cannot be easily mistaken for any other sign as it uses two hands, one with fingers (3) pointing up and one with them pointing down while making a ring between forefinger and thumb.

        A minor point that does not significantly detract from the point of the post but we need to be able to use justifiable and incontrovertible argument to balance the rubbish the other side is so fond of throwing out to us.

        It is very difficult for an unbiased person to not conclude that Trump is not anti-WP/Nazi groups. I won’t go so far as to say he actually supports them, so much as he is happy to accept their vote.



        1. Honestly, I never saw that sign mentioned before as anything other than the signal for OK, but I didn’t write the piece. It’s a reblog. Otherwise, though, I thought it was pretty good. And yes, I have ALWAYS thought Trump was a racist. I never doubted it, so none of this surprises me.

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          1. If you’ll forgive the pun – it’s a sign of the times! 😉

            I have also only ever known it as meaning OK – All is Right here (not meaning Far Right either!) But what is happening lately is people are either intentionally or through ignorance spreading mistaken ideas containg elements that are true and mixing them with elements that are false so as to confirm their thought/belief/intention.

            This results in false news and alternative facts and doubt and mistrust even when articles are being honest and genuine.

            These are troubled times indeed and our politicians are largely not helping in this area.

            What is happening in Australian Federal Politics now is bordering on farce and lunacy… i may have to write a blog so you can read about it and feel maybe a little less ashamed of yours when you compare them to ours!

            Trump is not really all that surprising – he pretty much showed us what to expect before he was voted in – and he got in anyway? (sigh!)



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