Another day, another argument that claims everything bad that happens in the world is the fault of racist President Donald Trump.
Well, that’s what the left continues to forcefully shove down our gullets, all the while propping up the idea that Hillary Clinton will somehow be ready to go again in 2020. (Spoiler alert: She won’t be).
From the first time then-candidate Donald Trump mentioned building a wall on the border separating Mexico and the United States, he was labeled a bigot. When he suggested he would get Mexico to pay for it, it was as though the anti-Christ had been brought into human form for the liberals. The shrieking cacophony of their television pundits, blasting over the soft, whimpering cries of a sobbing Don Lemon was a bittersweet sound. On one hand, CNN’s meltdown was highly entertaining, but on the other hand, it was still technically watching CNN.
“Trump is a racist” arguments continue to this day, having mutated into an almost default response for many of the radical leftists who pontificate either professionally or in the form of angsty tweets.
The latest event to be blamed on the imaginary secret bigotry of the President is this week’s school shooting in Florida, and it didn’t come from some anonymous Twitter twerp. It came from a former President of Mexico.
“Former Mexican President Vicente Fox offered his condolences to the victims of the Florida high school shooting before adding that the tragedy is ‘what you get’ with ‘aggressive and violent language’ from the Trump White House.
“’When you speak out of the White House [with] this aggressive, violent language, when you discriminate, when you’re a racist, that’s what you get,’ Fox said of Trump on HBO.
“Fox said he had to ‘stand up’ to Trump in light of statements made that he said offended hundreds of millions of Mexican people.”
While there are plenty of high profile critics of President Trump, none quite capture the absurd aggression of the so-called “resistance” whilst also commanding what should have been, at one point in their lives, respect quite like Fox.
And this sort of anger is dangerous when it is tossed from on high. The gravity of Fox’s statement is not insignificant by any means, and has likely opened the floodgates for others to expound and extrapolate from as they please.