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Tucker Carlson defends racist Trump comments

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5 minutes ago, mrsmlh said:

I'm not sure which is worse - the POTUS using gutter language or the people defending it.

Since Trump is only one man that need the enabling of the voters to function, I'd say the greater danger is from the people who would defend such vulgarity.  The followers of a tyrant are always the greater threat.   True power always resides with 'the people'.

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58 minutes ago, flyboy56 said:

No argument there. But any president should be able to vent without someone like a **** Durban running to the press to squeal on him. Durban saw this as a political opportunity and ran with it. I wish Trump would admit to saying it let the chips fall where they may. Honest people know Trump was referring to governments who have read their countries into the ground with corruption and greed and the people suffer for it. Governments turn countries into ****holes.

It is what Trump would like to make of this country, just with the very best white people.

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20 minutes ago, Smokey 1 said:

No.

Your president does.

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What's to defend?

Not being PC?

Not ignoring a fact?

 

Just because you say it's racist doesn't make it so.

If anything it's the opposite now since you've played out the race card .

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Anyone here NEVER call someplace a ****hole before?

 

Ive never thought one time that was racist.

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11 minutes ago, soulflower said:

Lol at the non-Trump voter coming to Trump’s rescue 

LOL,look at the deflection!

 

And  yes your post is 100% correct.

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3 hours ago, mcorioles said:

Anyone here NEVER call someplace a ****hole before?

 

Ive never thought one time that was racist.

Let's put it in context. He was referring to people. Denigrating them based on where they are from. They are all bad. Unlike the people from Norway.

It must be about geography.

(That's a joke, son).

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11 hours ago, hst2 said:

Let's put it in context. He was referring to people. Denigrating them based on where they are from. They are all bad. Unlike the people from Norway.

It must be about geography.

(That's a joke, son).

The sad part is... you know that's not true... but carry on.

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11 hours ago, hst2 said:

Let's put it in context. He was referring to people. Denigrating them based on where they are from. They are all bad. Unlike the people from Norway.

It must be about geography.

(That's a joke, son).

With the going on's in the countries mentioned, I would trust the people of Norway more.

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6 minutes ago, stevez51 said:

With the going on's in the countries mentioned, I would trust the people of Norway more.

Why? They're socialists?

As conservative writer Eric Erickson points out : "So the President would prefer we allow Norwegian socialists with no special love of America into the country, but not the Ghanan who will work his *** off with a grand appreciation for our free market system and raise his kids to be proud Americans."

See the folly of such reasoning?

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23 minutes ago, workerbee said:

The sad part is... you know that's not true... but carry on.

Please explain.

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