Thursday, November 24, 2016

Democrats Accusations of Racism Against Trump Sounds Like Alinsky

By Douglas V. Gibbs

The liberal left has come up with a new term for their latest deceptive game of race-card.  "Alt-Right."  The Alt-Right is supposed to be right-wing racists and white supremacists of the GOP who the Democrats say are also the people who support the so-called white supremacist racist Donald Trump.  Except, it is all based on empty rhetoric that actually shows the desperation of the Democrat Party as they realize they can't win in the arena of ideas. . . so they are forced to use ad hominem attacks that includes screams of racism.

Has the Democrats actually offered any facts to fortify their incendiary charges of racism?  Where is the solid proof?  You know, it's interesting; Donald Trump was never considered a racist until he decided to run against Democrats.

The Democrats lost, however, and they were shocked.  Their manipulated polls and their manipulated rhetoric didn't see it coming.

In other words, Trump's win was a shock because the liberal left Democrats began to believe their own lies.

The Democrats, after the smoke cleared, failed to win back either House of Congress, also.  And, which nobody is reporting on, the Democrats are one State away from giving the Republicans a three-quarter cake-walk to ratify any Constitutional Amendment, be it by Congress, or convention.  So, to try to get things turned around, they have drummed up a constant barrage of accusations that allege the Republican base is animated by racism.

The Democrats have been playing the race-card my entire life, and they've especially been doing it for the last eight years.  Any opposition to Obama has been labeled as racism.  They claim the Republicans, with any issue, are trying to roll back the clock to the days of Jim Crow and poll taxes.

Now, with Trump, the claim is ridiculously saying he plans to bring back slavery.

Rather than do as the conservatives did after losing in 2008, and rally and show genuine concern regarding the issues, the liberal left Democrats are content to throw a temper tantrum, and double-down on their games of tossing around continuous allegations of racism.

In other words, they are doubling-down on what the Trump voters were essentially sick of.  They are doubling-down on what made them lose.

The thing is, this is nothing new.  They are, once again, taking a page from the original Marxist community organizer, Saul Alinsky.  The protests that have sprang up around the country calling Trump racist, and not their President, are not spontaneous.  The increased accusations of white supremacy and racism, and the doubling down of calling the GOP the party of "white supremacists" is very Alinsky-esque.  

Here's a few of their ridiculous claims:

Okay, back to Saul Alinsky.  Does the old Saul Alinsky method sound familiar at all?

From Sanford D. Horwitt's Let Them Call Me Rebel:

" the spring of 1972, at Tulane University...students asked Alinsky to help plan a protest of a scheduled speech by George H. W. Bush, then U.S. representative to the United Nations - a speech likely to include a defense of the Nixon administration's Vietnam War policies. The students told Alinsky they were thinking about picketing or disrupting Bush's address. That's the wrong approach, he rejoined, not very creative - and besides causing a disruption might get them thrown out of school.  He told them, instead, to go to hear the speech dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan, and whenever Bush said something in defense of the Vietnam War, they should cheer and wave placards reading, ‘The KKK supports Bush.' And that is what they did, with very successful, attention-getting results."

Now, with that in mind, we must ask ourselves: Are the claims that White Nationalists and White Supremacists who are allegedly gathering for Trump even true?  Or are they leftists posing as racists as happened in 1972 under Alinsky's recommendation?

With all of that in mind, let us also realize that Trump ultimately won a larger share of the black vote than Republican contender Mitt Romney did when running against President Barack Obama in 2012.  The mainstream media will refrain from reporting that, just as they will never report on, nor accept the fact, that media mogul and BET founder Bob Johnson told CNBC that fellow African-Americans should give President-elect Donald Trump “the benefit of the doubt” and that he hoped common ground can be reached with the incoming Republican administration about issues facing the black community.

As stated before, the race-card is not a new attack.  Back in 1986 when Ronald Reagan nominated Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, he withdrew because of the attacks of him being racist. . . despite the fact that it was completely false, and even now he is having to defend himself against the false accusations.

The Democrats are even accusing the Trump campaign of using the "Alt-Right" to engage in Reconstruction Era style voter suppression tactics.  While likely just another false accusation, realize the mainstream media remained completely silent during the Obama election when Black Panthers openly used voter intimidation and suppression as a tactic.

The good news is that conservatives see through the race-baiting, and the false nature of the attacks.  The bad news is that the uninformed voters are flocking like rats to it all, serving the Democrat leadership and media like mindless idiots following a pied piper with a flute.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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