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House Passes Resolution Condemning President Donald Trump's Racist Remarks (358 hits)

House Passes Resolution Condemning President Donald Trump's Racist Remarks | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC
Posted By: Deacon Ron Gray
Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 8:22AM
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What racist remarks Ron?

Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 10:23AM
Steve Williams
Those racist comments of Trump's directed at members of congress.

Did you see this video report, Steve?


Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 1:43PM
Deacon Ron Gray
There are no Trump comments quoted in this resolution Ron. These are the comments. There's nothing racist about them.

Donald J. Trump

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....it is done. These places need your help badly, you can’t leave fast enough. I’m sure that Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly work out free travel arrangements!

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Donald J. Trump

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....and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run. Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how....

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So interesting to see “Progressive” Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at all), now loudly......

Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 1:50PM
Steve Williams
There was only one “Progressive” Democrat Congresswomen out of the four, was not born in this county.

Did you see this video report, Steve?



Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 2:07PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Ron, I listened to Rachel last night, rattle through the entire resolution at breakneck speed. Here, take your time and read it.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-resolution/489/text

Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 3:59PM
Steve Williams
I did not ask you what you did last night.

I asked you did you see this video report, Steve? If not, take your time and review this material, so you can get a better understanding.



Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 4:08PM
Deacon Ron Gray
It was annoying enough the first time Ron, the way she fancies herself some kind of dramatic talent. I read the text of the resolution carefully and President Trump's tweets were nowhere to be found.

Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 5:58PM
Steve Williams
Don't you understand Steve that this resolution came to the surface because of Trump's racist tweet?


Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 7:15PM
Deacon Ron Gray
I posted the three tweets under question. Point out what you're calling racism Ron.

Wednesday, July 17th 2019 at 8:25PM
Steve Williams
I see that you looked right over the racists' tweet that got the nation condemning Trump's actions. “Go back to where you came from” is a bigoted taunt that we should not tolerate from our children, in our schools, in the workplace — and certainly not from our president. But that’s essentially what he said to four members of Congress.




Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 8:56AM
Deacon Ron Gray
He said, "Then come back". That proves he's not racist.

Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 9:15AM
Steve Williams
Is these works racist's Steve? “Go back to where you came from?”


Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 9:33AM
Deacon Ron Gray
I don't know who said those words Ron. The words that Trump tweeted are printed right here. Let's talk about those words.

Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 9:48AM
Steve Williams
The question was are these words racist's Steve? “Go back to where you came from?” regardless who said them.




Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 10:18AM
Deacon Ron Gray
In another context Ron. Not in this context.

Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 11:00AM
Steve Williams
What do you mean "In another context Steve?"


Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 12:41PM
Deacon Ron Gray
That's the answer to your question Ron. Do you remember what was your question?

Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 1:29PM
Steve Williams
MY QUESTION: The question was are these words racist's Steve? “Go back to where you came from?” regardless who said them.

YOUR REPLY: In another context Ron. Not in this context.

MY REPLY: What do you mean "In another context Steve?"

YOUR REPLY: That's the answer to your question Ron. Do you remember what was your question?

MY REPLY: You never did answer the question of your statement "In another context Ron" NOW What do you mean "In another context Steve?"


Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 4:26PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Ron, the words "Go back to where you came from" are not racist's.

Thursday, July 18th 2019 at 6:36PM
Steve Williams
What do you mean "In another context Steve?"


Friday, July 19th 2019 at 4:53PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Those words might be used for instance, as part of the answer to someone asking directions. That's a different context Ron. In that context the words aren't racist, while in another context there could be.

Friday, July 19th 2019 at 7:01PM
Steve Williams
There could be WHAT Steve?


Friday, July 19th 2019 at 9:27PM
Deacon Ron Gray
In another context, those words could be racist. That's what I said Ron.
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Friday, July 19th 2019 at 10:03PM
Steve Williams
So, what the president said in your mind was not racist. Now your views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country, is that right?

Fox Business Network host and Wall Street Journal editor-at-large Gerry Baker argued on Tuesday that the hate movement identifies with the president, pointing out that he hasn’t done much to change that perception.

Do you think "It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?"


Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 1:12PM
Deacon Ron Gray
What about the chant Ron? I've heard absurd things, like the President "bathed in it".

Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 3:43PM
Steve Williams
I Asked you just two questions and you ran from both of them, WHY?

So, what the president said in your mind was not racist. Now your views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country, is that right?

Do you think "It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?"




Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 4:41PM
Deacon Ron Gray
The people that think "he bathed in it" are the same ones who think all of Trump's supporters are racists. Is that your assumption Ron? Is that why you think my "views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country?"

Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 6:35PM
Steve Williams
You still have not answered my question yet, WHY?

So, what the president said in your mind was not racist. Now your views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country, is that right?

Do you think "It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?"

then you came up with this BULL💩

The people that think "he bathed in it" are the same ones who think all of Trump's supporters are racists. Is that your assumption Ron?

That is not answering any of my questions that you are running away from. Point out in this blog where I mentioned "HE BATHED IN IT," can you do that? or are you going to continue to run like hell from both of my questions?


Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 7:15PM
Deacon Ron Gray
The answers to your questions Ron are NO and NO.

Saturday, July 20th 2019 at 10:50PM
Steve Williams
What are you saying NO and NO too Steve. I have asked you Five questions in my last reply to you Steve and I see that you are still BULL💩ing, WHY?


Sunday, July 21st 2019 at 7:22PM
Deacon Ron Gray
You said "both of my questions" Ron. Those are the two questions I answered "NO and NO".

Monday, July 22nd 2019 at 11:58AM
Steve Williams
There are five questions that I asked you. What questions out of the five questions that you are saying "NO and NO" to, Steve?


Monday, July 22nd 2019 at 6:11PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Here's your two questions Ron.

"So, what the president said in your mind was not racist. Now your views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country, is that right?

"Do you think 'It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?'"

Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 10:00AM
Steve Williams
So you are just going to over look and run from the total of five questions?


Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 6:09PM
Deacon Ron Gray
I gave you answers to your original two questions. We can discuss those Ron.

Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 7:36PM
Steve Williams
What you did was to show the two original questions, you never answer them.

YOUR REPLY: Here's your two questions Ron.

"So, what the president said in your mind was not racist. Now your views have joined the ranks of the hate movement in this country, is that right?

"Do you think 'It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?'"

Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 10:00AM
Steve Williams | delete | block member

Do you see any answers in your reply Steve? Connect the Dots....


Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 10:25PM
Deacon Ron Gray
To the first question my answer is NO and to the second question my answer is NO.

Tuesday, July 23rd 2019 at 10:32PM
Steve Williams
The hate movement also agree with Trump, as well.

So you don't think that 'It's important to note that the President's words, telling four American Congresswomen of color 'go back to your own country,' is hallmark language of white supremacists?'" Wow Steve, that is interesting because the white supremacists, also agree with that statement as well.




Wednesday, July 24th 2019 at 8:59AM
Deacon Ron Gray
Ron, "Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done." is not "hallmark language of white supremacists".

Wednesday, July 24th 2019 at 4:48PM
Steve Williams
Because all but one of the group that Trump is attacking was born in this country. Steve go back where Steve?


Wednesday, July 24th 2019 at 8:42PM
Deacon Ron Gray
First of all Ron, in his original tweets the President did not say the names or number of those he was talking about.

Wednesday, July 24th 2019 at 11:51PM
Steve Williams
That is exactly right. That was his error because three out of the four people that he was talking about our American born citizens. So I ask you what country. So where do three out of the four American born citizens go?

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 9:59AM
Deacon Ron Gray
He was talking about only two people Ron, Omar and Tlaib.

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 10:41AM
Steve Williams
He lumped the four as one group and you know it to be True, STOP LYING for him Steve.

Now To prove that you are LYING now about Rashida Tlaib, she was born Born: Jul 24, 1976, Detroit, Michigan, now when have Detroit became another country, Steve?

Now on your next reply, I want you to answer that question.





Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 11:05AM
Deacon Ron Gray
Rashida Tlaib was born in America Ron, but her parents are Palestinian immigrants, and she is naturally a Palestinian sympathizer. And Ron, the President didn't "lump the four together". That was you.

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 12:54PM
Steve Williams
News Flash Steve, Rashida Tlaib parents is not the issue in Trump's tweets and comments, Rashida Tlaib is. Now that FACT blows your BULL💩 out of the water. LOL!!! WOW!!!


Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 1:14PM
Deacon Ron Gray
"Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came." Trump is talking about Somalia and Palestine Ron.

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 3:59PM
Steve Williams
For the same reasons why you don't go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which you came.

Just think about it Steve for three out of the four Trump is tweeting about, Trump is the president over and they are in the right place to make changes in this broken and crime infested place. LOL!!!!


Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 5:25PM
Deacon Ron Gray
I'm not the one who tweeted about Omar and Tlaib Ron. But Trump didn't say what you said he did and it wasn't racist.

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 5:39PM
Steve Williams
Hey Steve, was three out of the four who call themselves "THE SQUAD" born here in The United States of America?


Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 8:03PM
Deacon Ron Gray
That's right Ron, and nowhere in Trump's tweet do you see any reference to the Squad.

Thursday, July 25th 2019 at 10:53PM
Steve Williams
He was talking about Rep. Omar and Trump’s daughter in law primed the crowd to use this chant during the rally in North Carolina.

Steve, can't you see that Trump has made no secret about the fact that the core of his reelection strategy is racism.

Donald Trump is trying to run the same campaign that he ran in 2016. Send her back is the new lock her up.

The Trumps planned this racist attack, and they have every intention of throwing more gasoline on to that fire because it is the only path for Donald Trump to avoid indictment and remain in the White House, that is all Trump got is to use the RACIST CARD and Mitch McConnell is going to use all the tools of the Republican Party to let the Russians continue to attack our elections because they want to stay in power.

If you think that is not true, then you must agree about what Mitch McConnel did.

Hours after former special counsel Robert Mueller testified Wednesday that Russians are still meddling in the U.S. political system, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the advancement of legislation to secure the nation's election system. Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith also blocked a set of bills on election security Wednesday.

One bill McConnell objected to would have both required the use of paper ballots and provided funding for the Election Assistance Commission. He also objected to legislation that would have required campaigns and candidates to report offers of election-related aid from foreign governments.

Now that sounds like more of the same thing that happened in our 2016 elections, don't it Steve?


Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 10:58AM
Deacon Ron Gray
It does not sound like more of the same. Ron, do you use paper ballots where you vote?

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 11:42AM
Steve Williams

If you think that this is not more of the same, then why is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel, blocked the advancement of legislation to secure the nation's election systems?

To answer your question I am talking about nation wide election. NO!!! we use both methods.


Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 12:13PM
Deacon Ron Gray
McConnell blocked the legislation because it's the responsibility of the States to secure their elections. I suggest Illinois get its ass in gear.

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 12:40PM
Steve Williams
And Ron, there is no nationwide election.

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 12:47PM
Steve Williams
Steve, a presidential election is a nation wide election. “As we saw in the 2016 elections, Vladimir Putin’s Russia is attempting to strike at the very heart of the democratic values, freedoms, and liberty all Americans hold dear,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, a cosponsor of the bill, said in a statement. “By barring foreigners who improperly interfere in our elections from coming to the United States, the DETER Act sends a message to hostile nations across the world that the United States will not tolerate foreign interference in our elections.”

Now if Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, says that Moscow Mitch McConnel is wrong, which he is a cosponsor of that bill "Moscow Mitch" blocked, is saying a lot. The States needs the help.

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Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 1:04PM
Deacon Ron Gray
There is no such thing as a nationwide election Ron. On Election Day the people of each State vote for the Presidential Electors for that State.

Secondly, get your information straight.

The Senate cleared legislation on Monday night to block individuals who meddle in U.S. elections from being able to enter the United States.

The legislation, known as the Defending Elections against Trolls from Enemy Regimes Act (DETER Act), easily passed the Senate by unanimous consent — a move that any one senator could have blocked.

The bill, spearheaded by Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and **** Durbin (D-Ill.), would block individuals from being able to obtain a visa if they were attempting to or had engaged in "improper interference in U.S. elections."

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 4:38PM
Steve Williams
https://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/446763-senate-passes-bill-to-deny-entry-for-individuals-who-meddle-in-us

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 4:39PM
Steve Williams
YOU SAID: There is no such thing as a nationwide election Ron.

MY REPLY: Then what do you call a General Election?


Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 8:58PM
Deacon Ron Gray
If we elected a President by popular vote, that would be a nationwide election. But we don't and that's why Hillary got more of the popular vote but not the Presidency.

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 11:51PM
Steve Williams
I asked you a clear question: What do you call a General Election?

The popular vote is NOT THE ISSUE.

What do you call a General Election?


Sunday, July 28th 2019 at 10:12AM
Deacon Ron Gray
general election
n. An election involving all or most constituencies of a state or nation in the choice of candidates.
n. An election, usually held at regular intervals, in which candidates are elected in all or most constituencies or electoral districts of a nation.
n. a national or state election; candidates are chosen in all constituencies
More at Wordnik from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

Sunday, July 28th 2019 at 1:25PM
Steve Williams
STEVE, These are your words:

"And Ron, there is no nationwide election."

Saturday, July 27th 2019 at 12:47PM
Steve Williams | delete | block member

You have just proved my point.

A General Election n. An election involving all or most constituencies of a state or nation in the choice of candidates.

I want to HIGHLIGHT a state or nation in the choice of candidates.

Don't you understand, a NATION Election is where The People of The United States elects the president of The United States of America. All that happens in one day. Now the next Nation Wide election is schedule on Tue, Nov 3, 2020.


Monday, July 29th 2019 at 4:53PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Sorry Ron but you are wrong. The whole country votes but each state votes for its own electors, equal in number to the number of its Representatives and Senators. Those electors then vote at a later date for the President.

Monday, July 29th 2019 at 8:20PM
Steve Williams
That's why nationwide polls are useless.

Monday, July 29th 2019 at 8:22PM
Steve Williams
Steve, what do you call The General Election?


Monday, July 29th 2019 at 9:51PM
Deacon Ron Gray
I call it the General Election.

Tuesday, July 30th 2019 at 12:04AM
Steve Williams
What do a General Election means to you?


Tuesday, July 30th 2019 at 7:42AM
Deacon Ron Gray
It means I vote for the President.

Tuesday, July 30th 2019 at 8:38AM
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