Trump did not start it, but he sure fanned the flames.cjd01 wrote: ↑June 5, 2020, 1:30 pmWhistler
"There are thirty seven million African Americans in the USA, these attitudes are what these last ten days have been all about. The brutal murder of a black man was a spark that ignited a powder keg that has been in the making for generations"
scary time again agree with you
I'm sure however your take is that Trump ignited it, don't know but he is a divisive character but he's sure had a lot of help, Lots of agenda at play.
Imagine what would have happened if he said
'Look, I understand that you are going to protest and respect that. All I ask is to keep in mind, not all police in the USA are like the ones involved in this nasty incident. Keep your protest peaceful and you will be respected by all Americans for standing up for your rights, don't throw that respect away, it will weaken your cause'
Instead he stated 'when the looting starts, the shooting starts'
Then he brutalizes people at Lafayette park so he can do a lame photo op in front of a church that has since condemned him. He has now guaranteed his demise on Nov 3.