The left’s insistence that President Donald Trump is not to be taken seriously is a grave and gruesome reminder of the delusion of the democrats.
This “resistance” style of thinking has been inexorably egregious in the age of Trump, simply given the fact that many Americans had extremely strong opinions about the man long before he had even concocted the idea to run for office. Heck, if you wanted some R-rated ammunition for any Trump argument, all you would have to do is watch The Roast of Donald Trump on Comedy Central.
It was almost too easy for the radical left, who had decades of Trump-trashing to expound on. Still…they couldn’t stop him.
Trump began annihilating the Deep State, the Washington Elite, the Establishment, whatever you prefer to call them. He was a wrecking ball mounted on a steamroller who would only stop once the American people declared victory over the powers that be.
Now, the left looks to tarnish the President’s legacy before it is even created in full, employing a dastardly maneuver meant to sway future generations to the left.
A new Advanced Placement honors American history textbook has not been distributed to students yet but it’s already stirring controversy for being anti-Trump and suggesting his supporters are angry xenophobes.
Tarra Snyder, a student at Rosemount High School in Minnesota, who saw a copy of the book sent to her school, told Fox News she was “appalled” after seeing how “blatantly biased” the newest edition of “By the People: A History of the United States” was toward Trump and his voters. She said it also glossed over all issues then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton faced during her campaign.
“There are specific parts where it goes off the rails from a historical textbook toward an op-ed,” Snyder told Fox News.
Just how bad does it get?
The textbook – published by British-owned, Pearson Education, and authored by New York University professor James Fraser – is currently being pitched to public high schools in an effort to get them to buy the latest edition.
“Most thought that Trump was too extreme a candidate to win the nomination, but his extremism, his anti-establishment rhetoric, and, some said, his not-very-hidden racism connected with a significant number of primary voters,” Fraser wrote.
Trump voters are described as “mostly older, often rural or suburban, and overwhelmingly white” while the book uses the viewpoint of Clinton voters to describe Trump’s supporters as fearful, backwards, sexist people who supported a mentally ill candidate.
“Clinton’s supporters feared that the election had been determined by people who were afraid of a rapidly developing ethnic diversity of the country, discomfort with their candidate’s gender, and nostalgia for an earlier time in the nation’s history,” the textbook says. “They also worried about the mental stability of the president-elect and the anger that he and his supporters brought to the nation.”
This snide and snarky, opinionated piece of propaganda will be in the hands of our nation’s young adults soon, further galvanizing the leftist ideals of divide and conquer politics.
And the left wonders why American patriots are so enraged…