Trump just incited his very first — and hopefully last — State of the Union residence to Congress into what finished up being essentially one prolonged racist, anti-immigrant rant. But as Republicans have schooled to do given they began their decades-old use of “framing the debate” with preloaded phrases and imagery designed to expel positives as negatives and clamp versa, Trump spent utterly a bit of time giving mouth service to the “unity” he hoped to see among members of Congress and the American public.
Yes, togetherness would be excellent. Unfortunately, when you use the word “chain migration” to report the legal, charitable use of family reunification — as it is called in Constitutional law — you do zero to allege the suspicion that you wish to do anything but offer divide: By party, by race, and by family.
One high-profile member of Congress was having nothing of it:
That was the face that the first womanlike Speaker of the House done in response to Trump’s outrageous rhetoric:
In the issue of that terrible shooting, we came together, not as Republicans or Democrats but as member of the people but it is not adequate to come together only in times of tragedy. Tonight, we call on all of us to set aside the differences, to common belligerent and offer the togetherness we need to broach for the people. This is really the key. These are the people we were inaugurated to serve.”
What’s going on behind those eyes? Certainly a little suspicion is being given to the fact that we don’t even come together in times of tragedy — Republicans simply have a opposite greeting to events than normal people do.
With Trump’s ongoing wayward about the dangerous gangs and drugs and terrible confidence — all of which have gotten better over the last decade — he competence make a little some-more advance in formulating “unity” for his policies if he wasn’t constantly tweeting about how “Democrats WANT drugs and gangs” to come into America, as he did with Democratic claimant for Virginia administrator Ralph Northam:
Ralph Northam,who is using for Governor of Virginia,is fighting for the aroused MS-13 torpedo gangs refuge cities. Vote Ed Gillespie!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) Oct 6, 2017
I consider you can remember how that extremist distortion incited out for Trump and for Ed Gillespie.
We are ALL Nancy Pelosi right now, staring daggers at this racist, xenophobic, outrageous president.
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