duhhh derrr duhhh dummm demmm wrote:
Again, to those who claim that the "liberal" reaction to the initial report of an assault illustrated something twisted about them, note that Donald Trump on January 31 described the (alleged) assault as "horrible."
At a press conference Thursday, the president was asked to comment about the reportedly racist and homophobic Jan. 29 assault on the actor, which Chicago police are investigating as a “possible hate crime.”
“That I can tell you is horrible,” Trump said. “I’ve seen it. Last night. It’s horrible. Doesn’t get worse.”
He said exactly what he was should have said. On the other hand, the media, congressional members, celebrities all raced to call it 'hate crime', a 'lynching', and racist and homophobic.
There is a difference... but your cognitive dissonance is so thick it won't allow you to admit it. It must suck living in a disingenuous world such as yours.
And Trump's context was made clear, the first time this squirrel-whatabout was posted in the thread.