[Ed. – Come on, say it. They’re ‘house’ what?]
Black people cannot stand Donald Trump.
I don’t mean there is distaste for his policies and his Twitter outbursts. I’m talking about a feeling of anger that knows no bounds.
Sure, it’s easy to find a small percentage of African Americans who swear allegiance to him and the Republican Party, but for black folks in general, Trump is a name that is more despised than Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and that is no small feat.
The list of black grievances is long:
- Trump’s vitriolic attacks on NFL players who have protested police brutality;
- Calling Rep. Maxine Waters names and saying she has a low IQ;
- Berating sports journalist Jemele Hill;
- Failing to properly condemn the white racists in Charlottesville; hiring numerous folks in his administration with racial animus;
- Doubling down on the guilt of the Central Park 5, all minority men who were exonerated for a brutal rape that divided New York City in the 1980s. Trump contributed to this by taking out newspaper ads calling on the young men to get the death penalty. …