I, as we all, have millions of gripes (gripe is not a strong enough word!) about the last 4 years but I don't remember this ever being mentioned and I just thought of it now
Whenever the right talked about the forgotten man (rural, white voters) did anyone from the left say, "Well, what about the African American man? What about the Native American? Haven't they been forgotten too??"
I personally feel they have been forgotten even more because the rural white voters, at least, had white privilege to fall back on! And I won't even mention Hispanics or Asians etc because the right would just say "those are recent immigrants so they don't count!" (even if they weren't recent immigrants, that's what they would say)
Maybe I missed it but did you hear anyone from the left point out that blacks and Native Americans have also been forgotten as a response to the right anytime they brought up the forgotten rural, white voter??
When I see the Hunter, Ashley, and the Biden grandchildren and Kamala's niece and step-children all huddled together today it brings my heart so much joy and peace to know that these are caring individuals who have integrity!! Now compare that to the other younger generation of people that were huddled together this morning to hear Drumpf's speech....Ivanka, Jared, Eric, Lara, Don Jr, Guilfoyle, Tiffany, and her fiance....what a contrast...one group is a treasure and the other group is just plain trash!!
In these dismal days, this is something absolutely wonderful to watch....keep your tissues nearby!!
Trump says his speech was appropriate. We all know it wasn't!!!
But shouldn't another point be emphasized?? We all, including Trump, watched on TV the storming of the Capitol and all the destruction...we watched it go on and on and on! Why didn't he immediately send over the National Guard or tanks or something to stop those people??! He let it go on and on because he wanted them to keep doing it!!
I don't see this being said enough in the media!!
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