At this point, you have to assume professors and students are saying stupid things just to get invite on Tucker Carlson’s show. In the past month alone we’ve had Tucker Carlson Drop Kicks Smug College Student Over Trump and Tucker Carlson Makes Mince Meat of College Student Who Hates American Flag. Now, it’s this clown claiming that Donald Trump legitimized white power.
Apparently a professor needs to be taken to school…
Carlson responded, saying Macula’s description was simply that of someone he “disagreed” with, and couldn’t be “irresponsible”.
Macula faulted Trump for allegedly retweeting white supremacists 75 times and not refuting support from Klan sympathizers, including those in North Carolina who marched in his honor.
Carlson called such a requirement a representation of McCarthyism.
We’ve been joking about how leftists have basically already launched Trump’s 2020 reelection. And while we personally wouldn’t call it “worrying,” we are noticing a trend…
Not sure if this was snark but it is genuinely worrying that Trump's opposition is not just fractured but increasingly divorced from reason https://t.co/OcPBxjxLDS
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) December 13, 2016
I’m noticing a trend of my own here. Leftists who dislike anyone with an (R) following their names make wild accusations about that person. In this case, Donald Trump “embodies white supremacy.” A bold accusation which should be easy to prove. White supremacist embodiment is rather an obvious business. What with all the racism. Unlike an accusation such as “Donald Trump microwaves Peeps every Easter.” Which would require video evidence of a more secretive nature.
Yet when these leftists are asked to support their wild accusations? Those which should be obvious based on the gravity of the accusation?
This professor said “Donald Trump retweeted a crime statistic saying black people killed white people!” Ergo Trump embodies white supremacy. If you’re wondering what an appropriate response would be, other than a swift slap to the face? Calling it “a stretch.” An accusation such as “so and so is an uber racist” needs to be supported with evidence which is just as heavy as the accusation. It’s why homicide detectives usually need a murder weapon and a motive before they can get a warrant to arrest the alleged murderer. A judge, to my knowledge, will not grant a warrant if the suspect retweeted a joke about butcher knives.
You feel me?
But keep it up, leftists. Please, keep on with the wild accusations which you cannot support with evidence. We’ve got more elections to win.