Trump has been rolling out the details of his proposed budget and, so far, it’s poised to strike America like a tidal wave of heck yes. Funding for bogus climate change studies? Gone. Tax breaks for illegal immigrants? Hasta la vista, baby. But the potential loss of free stuff has some panties in a bunch. One bishop even referred to the budget as an act of ethnic cleansing. Not making that up…
This budget, if I can be honest with you, is an attempt to implement ethnic cleansing in this nation, for people of color, but also poor white folk, from whom the services being cut will be impacted the most.
…At the root of all this is an immoral desire to continue the transfer of wealth from the poorest of this nation, to a handful of the richest. Mr. Trump, this is sin in any form!
Well, whaddaya know. It’s our old friend, the race card…
Firstly, he defeated his own argument on the so-called “ethnic cleansing” when he pointed out that white people would be affected just as much. Allow me to provide some advice on how to tell when a law is racist. Read the law, word for word. Does said law only apply to members of certain races? If the answer is no, the law is not racist. Promptly shut your pie-hole. You’re welcome.
Secondly, I’m no biblical scholar, but I’m having trouble recalling the part where Jesus stole from the rich to provide free cell phones and abortions to the poor. I think he may be confusing Jesus with Robin Of Locksley.
It’s ironic how he calls out the Donald for alleged sins, while the bishop stands one fat feminist’s distance away from an “I Stand With Planned Parenthood” poster. You know, the most morally depraved baby-killers in the business. Slathering hypocrisy on thick.
It’s the same argument that conservatives don’t care about the poor. Rich, coming from people who hyperbolically claim a budget is ethnic cleansing while supporting abortion.