Although it’s generally only mentioned in passing in the mainstream media, there are two particularly chilling passages in Jack Smith’s indictment of Trump.
I am impressed with how this community in Arkansas handled this. It gives one hope that there are enough good people to start driving the evil ones into irrelevancy.
These stories are either getting worse or they are getting more coverage. But it says much about the humanity of a person who judges a kid simply by their hue and their own prejudices.
It just never ends. At least the outcry embarrassed FEDEX into some sort of action. The problem is society has not made these types of people embarrassed by their actions. And that makes society complicit. Georgia FedEx customer allegedly threatens to ‘whoop’ workers’ ‘black asses,’ but workers are fired A FedEx driver and his co-worker […]
It is amazing the heights of entitlement to the “freedom” of others some feel. In this case, at least no one got killed as in the Ahmaud Arbery murder
Many people scoff whenever the Trump Effect is mentioned for these incidents. It is apropos. This behavior is simply actuating Trump’s implied directives.
It is hard to believe this one especially with the managers of this Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant seemingly complicit in appeasing one customer over another. The danger of the Trump Effect is the normalcy it brings to a certain degeneracy. Mary Vahl posted her story on Facebook. She said she does not normally do so […]
Even though this type of indignity occurred before the Trump Effect moniker, the dehumanization of the other in this administration has made it more blatant and overt.
I got a Facebook message that said a kid took a picture of a black man that was being pulled by an officer on a horse with a leash.
How long will it take most to recognize the face of terrorism in America instigated by the Trump Effect, our racist president?