DAILYKENN.com -- In the massive vacuum created by the absence of reason lies the mindset of the far left. They fill the void with nonsensical ideas such as man-made climate change, gun alarmism, and abject anti-white racism.
Here's a case in point.
CNN contributor Wajahat Ali sounded the alarm, reports say. "Ali warned that 'white supremacists' were 'coming for all us,' and added that Trump would not win."
To prove Ali wrong, try this simple exercise: Make a list of 25 or more white people you personally know. Place a check mark next to the names of those who are known white supremacists. None of the names will be checked. (Disclaimer: Some leftists believe all white people are white supremacists. This exercise only works with sane individuals.)
Excerpt from Breitbart.com ▼
“What I’m telling everyone today is a very radical idea that Donald Trump is a racist president,” Ali said. “He’s also an antisemitic president. He promotes white supremacist talking points and what I want to tell all my Jewish cousins from other mothers is that the Muslims are with you, and we see through this. We’re not going to let him use Jews and Israel and antisemitism as a wedge to divide us along religious and racial lines. We’re in this together. We know he attacks black women, Muslims, women, Latinos, immigrants, and Jews and we know that white supremacists are the number-one domestic terror threat in America coming for all of us.
“We’re going unite. We’re going to have our disagreements about Israel. That’s fine. But we’re going to unite against the common threat that is coming against all of us which is white supremacy and Donald Trump, you will not win,” he added.
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