Why does Donald Trump hate brown people?

President Donald Trump spoke last night at a campaign rally in Columbia, Missouri. He warned people about the slow-moving migrant caravan in Mexico. He warned that if they “threw rocks” they would be killed by the U.S. troops he is deploying to the border. You know, the same troops he’s deploying to aid federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents with logistics.

Does Donald Trump realize how many non-white people are in the U.S. Army?

Why does Donald Trump hate brown people? - Bent Corner

Donald Trump must really hate brown people. I wonder why. I also wonder if he knows how many Latino and Hispanic people are in the U.S. Army. The same people he is counting on killing migrants suspected of rock throwing. It seems he thinks everyone in the U.S. Army is as racist against brown people as he is. They’re not. In fact, the opposite is true. The U.S. Army, like all branches of the military, works hard at eliminating racism from its ranks. Operational readiness depends on it.

When I first learned of the migrant caravan heading to the United States, I didn’t know what to make of it. I believe we are a nation of laws and people should respect that. If people come to the United States, they should do so legally. On the other hand, show me someone who walked hundreds of miles to come here and I’ll show you someone who wants to be here very badly. It seems to me someone who wants to be here that much will add to our country’s greatness, not subtract from it.

I don’t think I’d walk a thousand miles to come to the United States.

I’d much rather have people in the migrant caravan live here than the racist idiots who marched in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. I’d love it if you could send all of them to Hondorous, Guatemala, or Mexico. They said they didn’t want Jewish people replacing them. They didn’t say anything about Guatemalans replacing them.

If only countries were like NBA teams

Too bad countries cannot orchestrate trades the way NBA teams do, only on a larger scale. We could trade away the type of people who make things worse for everyone else and in exchange, get people who want to be here.

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3 thoughts on “Why does Donald Trump hate brown people?”

  1. Dude, can you say hyperbole! I’m a “brown” person and I don’t feel like Trump hates me. I’m also pretty sure Trump didn’t say that he would shoot people throwing rocks. He did say that he’d concider rock throwing the same as a “rifle.” I concur with that statement. Growing up, I had many a rock thrown at me by Anglos that hated Mexican’s. I even had to get stitches over my right eyebrow, but that rock was thrown by my cousin. I kind of like the idea of more Latinos entering the country but I think they should have a sponsor. I feel it should be the job of the church to help these people get assimilated in America because I think these migrants are predominately Catholic anyway. Last thing I‘d want is for a left wing nut to sway them.

    1. I’m a “brown” person and I don’t feel like Trump hates me.

      When others first said this, I rolled my eyes. I too thought it was hyperbole.

      Not anymore.

      Trump spends a lot of time talking about people from Mexico and Central and South America and it’s never positive. It’s always bad. He describes the people in the caravan as invaders. He says they’re bad people. He says they’re members of MS13.

      And the he says the soilders he is sending to the boarder to be logistical support for federal ICE agents will be authorized to use deadly force if anyone throws a rock.

      That’s a war crime.

  2. You know Rick, I think you’re on to something. I can’t think of a reason why a MS13 gangster would walk 1500 miles when they could pack at least 250 people in a VW beetle. When I was just a little boy, my Dad could fit our family of nine comfortably in a ‘72 Mercury Cyclone. Of course, that was before seat belt laws and it was legal to sit on my sister’s lap. We had no problem driving from Texas to Florida. As for the use of deadly force, we’re talking about the American fighting man. I‘d bet two cents that the soldiers won’t have their weapons loaded. What God fearing GI wants to get caught up in an Elián González affair and end up on CNN?

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