DAILYKENN.com -- Bill Clinton said the phrase, "Make America great again" is racist.
Clinton, however, used the same phrase multiple times in 1992.
Is Clinton admitting to being racist?
The former president appealed to the commonly used 'dog whistle' abstract to make his case for racism. Apparently when the phrase 'make America great again' is spoken, white southerners hear 'return to the Jim Crow era.'
That presumption is, of course, a racist stereotype of whites — southerners in particular — painting them with a broad brush.
Due to a dearth of conceptual reality, the far left frequently stoops to elliptical abstract reasoning. Specifics, unskewed data, and absolutes seem missing from their collective mind. They speak about dog whistles, micro-aggressions, white privilege, etc., all concepts that are esoteric and unfounded.
It's an age-old strategy used by the far left:
First, establish that racism is the most horrendous sin on earth; even worse than being a serial predatory abusive sexaholic who molested his intern.
Second, demonize concepts and ostracize people by labeling them with the 'racist' pejorative.
From FoxNews.com ►
Former President Bill Clinton might want to keep the racism accusations to himself from now on -- after ripping Donald Trump for a slogan he's used repeatedly since his 'Comeback Kid' days.
The 42nd president on Wednesday, while stumping in Orlando for Hillary Clinton, suggested Trump’s campaign rallying cry, “Make America Great Again,” is racist code.
“I’m actually old enough to remember the good old days, and they weren’t all that good in many ways,” Clinton said. “That message where ‘I’ll give you America great again’ is if you’re a white Southerner, you know exactly what it means, don’t you?”
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