TheHill.com reports “Jewish leaders tell Trump “He’s not welcome in Pittsburg until he denounces white nationalism.”
“Our Jewish community is not the only group you have targeted,” the group wrote. “You have also deliberately undermined the safety of people of color, Muslims, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. Yesterday’s massacre is not the first act of terror you incited against a minority group in our country.”
I do not think all who voted for Trump consciously voted or wished for evil, but actions have consequences, and many of those consequences have already been very horrible.
The Yuppies tried to “tear down the system” in the sixties, and they did divide America for a while, but look how well that worked in the end. Now it is time once again for us to deal decisively with folks who insist “my way or the highway.” This time, it has been worse. This time, repression of “target groups” of citizens, denial of basic rights, deliberate sowing of hatred, and domestic terrorism.
Time for a change. Our country’s founders enumerated basic rights into our Constitution. It is time we elect representatives who live up to that promise. It is not enough to talk about reuniting a badly split nation. We need to do something about it, and the Founders also conveniently provided the mechanism to do it:
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