Why do Republicans and Trump hate black people?
Why wont they help out in this pandemic while they pocket so much of our money and have a warm place to lie down while many are dying? Can you answer me?
- A.J.Lv 74 weeks agoFavourite answer
Too many poor, and disgusting homeless around Trump's beautiful buildings!
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
It's not all Republicans, but it's many of them, which doesn't excuse those who don't as their silence makes them complicit, especially since that hate is so rife in Republican leadership.
The reason why is they, those who are, are White racists who see themselves as superior to Black people and see Black people as being uppity and not knowing their place by insisting on being treated as equals to White people under the law and by society, which uppitiness and insistence they see as an assault on the American way of life (i.e., the White American way of life) and even working to destroy that way of life, thus an assault on them (and on White America) that deserves their hate and that must be put down.
While Trump's racist rhetoric, both open and dog whistle, has emboldened these Republicans to come out into the open with their hatred of Black people, even other Republicans leaders to come out into the open with their hatred of Black people, White people who hate Black people have been gathering unto the Republican Party since the 1960s when JFK led the Democratic Party to embraced the civil rights movement, Democrats and the Democratic Party becoming what they call "race traitors." This has been coalescing White people who hate Black people all into the Republican Party ever since, thus gathering them in such numbers to become a key component of the Republican Party's base.
So the Republican Party has been the party of Whites who hate Blacks for going on 60 years, and that has been increasingly reflected in its leadership. Prior Republican leadership has been more coy about their racism than Trump has been, like when Reagan rebuked the KKK for its endorsement of him, but they were no less racist in their policies.
Ronald Reagan, for example, pushed through legal reforms that intentionally and specifically targeted what were minor civil infractions and misdemeanors committed predominantly by Black people in America in order to survive under the existing systematized economic racial oppression that widely prevented Black Americans from having access to legal means to survive by earning a living wage and turned those minor infractions and misdemeanors, which had been punishable by merely fines or sometimes a few months in jail, into federal crimes punishable by minimum sentences of 5 years and maximum sentences of life in federal prison, thus beginning and bringing about the mass incarceration of Black people such that by the early 90's one in four Black men in America were in federal prison, a consequence of the fact that despite the changes in the law, Black people nearly all, except for rare cases like professional athletes and famous musicians, still lived under that existing systematized economic racial oppression that prevented them from having access to legal means to survive and so were forced to continue in those prior illegal activities, like getting caught selling dime bags of weed and cocaine to local White kids who continued to overwhelmingly not get punished under the auspices of being characterized as their victims got them a minimum 5 years in federal prison for their first offense instead of a $100 fine. Reagan, for all intents and purposes, massively criminalized being Black in America.
George W. Bush, likewise, was extremely racist in his policies. His response to Hurricane Katrina being a perfect example. As Hurricane Katrina bore down on the Gulf States, he immediately mobilized the National Guard and FEMA to provide vast amounts of desperately needed, lifesaving personnel, supplies, and aid, including coordinated rescue efforts from rising flood waters, into predominantly White populated areas of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and even Florida, which wasn't directly hit, but mobilized no federal response at all for more than a week, and even after that only a very minimal response, into predominantly Black areas of those states, like New Orleans, resulting in thousands upon thousands of deaths that would've otherwise been avoided, Bush opportuning Hurricane Katrina to visit what was tantamount to genocide on Black people through purposeful inaction, saving White people and leaving Black people to die in as high of numbers as possible.
- SummertimeLv 74 weeks ago
They cant help themselves. Blacks are peaceful Confident Christians and some of them know God is all black people have. Republicans are showing themselves real bad. They will be remembered.
- RobertLv 74 weeks ago
So whites are oppressing blacks with the Chinese weaponized plague? Here is a clue for blacks. And whites. And reds. And greens. And everyone else. No one is any better or worse off during the plague. If you follow the mask and distancing guidelines and avoid group assembly you are likely the disease except o be ok. There isn't anything any group is doing to give anyone the plague. So why the nonsense about Republicans hating black people. They don't. If anything else they are less likely to cuddle and say a lot of BS like the other side. In sort they want everyone to be healthy and happy. The just don't like to deal with a lot of BS. And that's what 99 percent of the democraps promises and programs are Hope that answers your question.
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
That's wrong on every level. Perhaps if you just do a little research on what Trump has done for the black community you would see things differently, unless you're just happy with your ignorance. We really need informed voters but so many only listen to media and believe the propaganda they're fed.
- 4 weeks ago
while you are over exaggerating, to answer your question simply, its because of the way they are brought up. also, I hope you realize not only black people are suffering from COVID-19, everyone is.
- 4 weeks ago
I pathologically hate Donald Trump and all he stands for..BUT .this question actually makes no sense?
- SandyLv 74 weeks ago
anti-Trump bot alert! anti-Trump bot alert!