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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Donald Trump: Enemy of America

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Protests on the streets and a shakeup inside the Democratic National Committee kicks off the party’s nominating convention in Philadelphia Monday, signaling that matters are nowhere near settled as the second and last convention of the 2016 Presidential Convention gets underway.

Amid the rancor, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and her selected vice presidential running mate Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, presented a more calm demeanor in an interview with Scott Pelly on 60 Minutes Sunday night.

Their show of unity and optimism provided a sharp contrast to the appearance a week before by bombastic Donald Trump and Mike Pence on the same show.

The Democrats have four days to show more style, more substance and more purpose than the rancorous, disjointed and bitter Republican carnival that splashed on TV screens last week.

While the Democrats open their efforts in Philadelphia Monday, Trump and Pence take their sideshow to Roanoke, Virginia, to try and drum up more hate, anger and bitterness in Kaine’s home state.

Trump also hopes to stoke the fires of discontent among Bernie Sanders devotees who are less-than-satisfied with their candidate’s support of Clinton and Kaine.

Some of Sanders’ supporters are calling Bernie “a traitor” for giving in.  Such is the tone that will most likely define the rest of the election until the voters decide in November who becomes President.

Traditional political thinking suggests the election is Clinton’s to lose.  Early polling after the conclusion of last week’s convention says Trump’s “America is broken and only I can fix it” approach is wearing then among the population that will decide the election.

After his aides suggested he was moderating his strong religious bigotry against Muslims, Trump does what he often does — proved them to be liars and declared that he wants more, not less, antipathy, anger and hatred against a religion that includes many Americans.

Republican leaders who stayed away from their party’s convention last week has nothing good to say about their party’s prospects for this election and are already looking to 2020 to see who might lead them back into political reality after the Trump debacles.

The Washington Post is already on record saying “Donald Trump is a unique threat to American democracy.”

The paper editorialized:

Donald J. Trump, until now a Republican problem, this week became a challenge the nation must confront and overcome. The real estate tycoon is uniquely unqualified to serve as president, in experience and temperament. He is mounting a campaign of snarl and sneer, not substance. To the extent he has views, they are wrong in their diagnosis of America’s problems and dangerous in their proposed solutions. Mr. Trump’s politics of denigration and division could strain the bonds that have held a diverse nation together. His contempt for constitutional norms might reveal the nation’s two-century-old experiment in checks and balances to be more fragile than we knew.

“In an ordinary election year, we would acknowledge the Republican nominee, move on the Democratic convention and spend the following months, like other voters, evaluating the candidates’ performance in debates, on the stump and in position papers,” the paper wrote.

“This year we will follow the campaign as always, offering honest views on all the candidates. But we cannot salute the Republican nominee or pretend that we might endorse him this fall. A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world.”

Capitol Hill Blue does not endorse candidates but we must agree with The Washington Post in their belief that Donald Trump is a danger to both the soul and heart of America.

We join The Post in declaring him a threat to the Constitution and as “a unique and present danger” to the country we love.

While we have problems with Hillary Clinton and will continue to examine her record and actions, we do not believe she is an enemy of America.

Donald Trump is a threat to the Constitution, a racist, a bigot, a misogynist, a bully and a thug.

He deserves no less than disdain, disgust and disregard.

He is the chosen candidate of the White Supremacist movement in America, the racists and bigots who declared that with his nomination “out time has come.”

He is our enemy.

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Copyright © 2016 Capitol Hill Blue

6 thoughts on “Donald Trump: Enemy of America”

  1. History, Facts, Logic or Rational Thought do NOT apply to those who Think TRUMP is Qualified.

  2. Though not the first republican, to be nominated, Abraham Lincoln, was the first republican to be elected president. A quiet, self taught, intelligent man who knew the meaning and value of hard work. He was a true statesman.

    Now, we fast forward 150+ years and look at the present GOP candidate. Trump is a man who screams obscenities in public. A man who mocks and ridicules a disabled reporter. A man who has never held public office.. A man who when presented with facts proving him wrong, will shout , rave, bluster and in short carry-on like a spoiled 2 year old. Does anyone, really, want this bigoted, chauvinistic, truly intolerant man representing our country? I hope the answer is NO.

    For the record, I am not a Democrat. I am not a Republican. I Am An Independent. In other words, the party does not (and should not) matter. Think for yourselves, with the choice we’ve been given, it isn’t hard.

  3. WHY BLAME ISLAM?

    Individuals, not religions,
    carry out inhuman acts.

    Islam is a religion of peace, accepted and practiced by more than 1.5 billion people worldwide. It is the fastest-growing religion in the world, and if it was what some critics claim, why should the people from all walks of life from around the world keep embracing Islam?

    Where is the sword now?

    In Islam, a person has the right to defend himself, his family, his country or his neighbor(s), which justifies the resistance being offered by the people of Afghanistan, Bosnia, Chechnya, Iraq, Kashmir and Palestine, to attacks on their soils by the so-called liberators, who are actually the occupiers.

    The Holy Qur’an clearly states that if a person saves one life, it’s as if he saved humanity, and if a person kills one human being, it’s as if he killed humanity.

    What is happening in the enslaved Muslim countries is a natural reaction to occupation, bombings, killing and terrorizing of innocent civilians (children, old men and women), rapes, in addition to looting of resources, national antiques and artifacts, above all destruction of property by the occupiers.

    Terror breeds terror.

    We assure those who bash Islam that if there were no occupation in this world by foreign invaders, there would be no resistance – the so-called terror.

    We would like those who criticize Islam to explain the following acts committed by
    the Christians on Jews, other Christians and Muslims alike, throughout history:

    – Hundreds of thousands of Muslim men, women and children killed by the crusaders, who were Christians.
    – Inquisition of Jews and Muslims from Spain by Queen Isabella, a Christian.
    – Millions of people killed by the European and American Christians during the two world wars.
    – Hundreds of thousands of Christians killed every year by the Irish Christians, including the British and the IRA, both Catholics and Protestants, during the past few centuries. Why are they not blamed to be “Christian Terrorists?”
    Both of them believe in Jesus Christ, who told them to turn the other cheek, and both of them believe in the same Lord, Who commanded that “Thou shall not kill.” Period.
    – Timothy McVeigh, who bombed the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, was a Catholic.

    Are all Catholics terrorists?

    Last but not least, explain the bombings, killings, rapings and lynchings of both American Indians and black slaves (Afro-Americans) during the past 200 years
    in the United States. What about them?

    Will those filled with hate for Islam blame Christianity for the above inhuman acts
    by Christians in various parts of the world since its inception?

    If not, then why are they blaming the religion of Islam for what is a natural reaction
    to occupation of Muslim countries by foreign invaders?

    Most importantly, these folks should know that the three great Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – have one common basis, and that is one God Almighty.

    “All men (and women) are created equal, and we all are one nation under Almighty God,” is a statement according to the Holy Qur’an and is very well elucidated in the U.S. Constitution.

    Lastly, yet importantly, as brothers in humanity, we recommend those filled with hate get an education in the history of Islam and Muslims, before they dare to write nasty letters full of personal, ingrain hate and vendetta.

    We would be pleased to provide anyone with free copies of the Holy Qur’an and Islamic literature in English, which would help them to understand the truth about Islam and Muslims and get rid of hate from their systems, God willing.

    May God Almighty show you the light, Amen.

  4. The ironic thing about the Trump campaign is how he has convinced so many people that a fellow who was born very wealthy, and who obviously has not paid his fair share in income taxes as evidenced by his refusal to release his tax returns, cares about the poor and middle class. If Trump cared about other people, once he got back on his feet, he would have paid every business owner who lost money on his several bankruptcies, what he owed them Their Trump is the perfect model of why the country has the problems they decry. He takes advantage of the tax laws which enable real estate developers to avoid billions in taxes, which raises taxes on them. He rips off desperate people with phony Trump University. He heaps praise on a dictator who has reporters killed. And you can’t get much lower than mocking a person with a disability.
    Two factors probably explain his popularity. America’s love of celebrity, and the fact that he has managed to make his candidacy the focus for so many people’s discontent, jealously, resentment, and just plain hate. I’m amazed how many people think that if they vote for a bomb thrower like him, things can’t get any worse. Oh yes they certainly can. Things could get much, much worse. There is no law of nature that says you have to have a job, or even something to eat. Trump voters might consider the old saying, be careful what you wish for. Or in this case, be careful who you vote for.

  5. This article is so downright. Donald Trumps is a very chaveunistic pig, racist, bigot and whatever else you prefer to call this asshole.

  6. “A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world.”

    And yet even though this is seen to be true by many Republicans their hatred of Hillary Clinton shows just how irrelevant this matters to them. They know that their nominee is a racist pig and an egomaniacal madman but say to hell with this country and the world as long as it is not Hillary.

    The Republican Party has lost their way and has gone totally insane. It is indeed the death of the Grand Old Party!

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