by Lanny Carruthers:
In the recent state of affairs, Democrats, liberals, civil rights activists, social justice warriors, and many other groups are decrying the display of Confederate monuments as offensive, racist, and the promotion of hatred.
Now they are decrying President Trump’s statement, “Why do we want all these people from shithole countries coming here?” Everyone says Trump is not Presidential.
My how Democrats love to erase hard drives, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram when things do not go as planned. But there’s one thing they cannot erase, and that is history. They can only ignore what they do not want to read. They just can’t figure out how to use that cloth effectively or find that something that works. Instead of focusing on global warming, maybe Al Gore needs to focus on that Internet he created to allow Democrats to erase their history.
President Lyndon Baines Johnson, a Democrat from Texas, was notorious for colorful, foul and yes, racist language. Before some 6th grade level, brain dead historian says that LBJ never said anything of the sorts; I will let LBJ enlighten us in his own words. But before I do, start thinking about everything named after Pres. Lyndon Baines Johnson (D) that we need to start renaming, tearing down or laws he signed that must be repealed. After listening to these two videos, ask yourself: “Was LBJ ‘Presidential’?”
Video #1: N-Word
Video #2: Bunghole
So, I ask you, is the statement said by President Trump any worse than this? I think not. Yet, Democrats will still cry foul at anything Trump says that doesn’t fit into their perfect, little, onesided PC reality.
Lanny L. Carruthers is from Muscle Shoals, AL. A graduate of Auburn University with a degree in Political Science and also former College Republican Chairman. Carruthers is passionate about the Civil War particularly the political environment before and after the War and how the present is affected. “Trying to be or remain a Republican and (group) text messages will make you lose your religion.” – Lanny L. Carruthers