(NationalSentinel) Ever since Donald Trump beatÂ Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8, the far Left has become completely unhinged and inconsolable. Liberals–especially minorities–have allowed the discredited hacks in the ‘mainstream media’ convince them that the Trump administration is actually going to do them physical harm in the months and years ahead. This hysterical piece atÂ Medium is typical of just how unhinged the far Left hasÂ become. MinoritiesÂ actually believe that Trump and his Cabinet will somehowÂ target them andÂ kill them, like it’s the 1800’s all over again.
Well, notÂ all minorities feel that way, thankfully. Some are even Trump supporters, but those who are and are identified publicly are then viciously maligned and attacked by members of theÂ same political partyÂ who claim they are worried aboutÂ Trump targeting them.
A Christian pastor who will be among the faith leaders at Fridayâ€™s inauguration of Donald Trump as the next president is being flooded with messages of â€œvery strongâ€ hate, but says heâ€™s unfazed by the vicious comments.
â€œSome are very, very strong in their emotions about me doing this,â€ Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, who leads Great Faith Ministries International in Detroit, told TMZ. â€œIâ€™ve been called a sell-out.â€
â€œAny time youâ€™re in the forefront, youâ€™re gonna be a target. But you gotta make sure that your convictions of why youâ€™re doing it are pure,â€ [Jackson,Â who is black,]Â added.
â€œItâ€™s two minutes, and weâ€™re going to be praying for unity in our nation, praying for our president and also the vice president that God would give them wisdom to lead this country. Itâ€™s not over for America. America has a great future ahead of her.â€
That this man would be attacked by anyone simply for bringing the word of the Lord to a presidential inauguration is bad enough. ThatÂ some choose to make this all about race instead is pathetic, but we can thank our first African-American president for that. He and his Cabinet have actually made race relationsÂ worse, not better; Trump hasn’t spent a single day in office yet, so he’s got no fingerprints on this at all.
But more than that, to even think that a Trump administration will be a throwback to the 19th and early 20th centuries is beyond the pale in paranoia. Disagree with the man’s policies and politics all you want, but don’tÂ actually believe that he’s a racist and a bigotÂ just Â because you disagree with him politically. If he starts rounding up minoritiesÂ just for the sake of rounding up minorities (which he wouldÂ never get away with),Â then you might have a point. This paranoia is based on theÂ lie that Republicans want to return to the Jim Crow days; that is a complete fabrication by the establishment media and about as delusional as it gets.Â In fact, the party of the KKK and racism isÂ the Democratic Party, truth be told.
Meantime, let it be known thatÂ if all you’re concerned about isÂ race, thenÂ you’re the problem, not the solution. We cannot be a country of various ethnicities and cultures and dwell on thoseÂ differences; weÂ can be a country of various ethnicities and cultures as long as we all embrace the fact that we’reÂ Americans first and foremost, regardless of skin color and who is in the White House. This publication disagreed with just about everything President ObamaÂ stood for, policy-wise, but Obama’s skin color mattered a helluva lot more to him than it did to us. Bad policy is bad policy; it doesn’t matterÂ who implements it.
There were be plenty for the Left to disagree with when it comes to the Trump administration; fine. They should work to convinceÂ more Americans thatÂ they’reÂ right and win more elections, then theyÂ can be in charge. Until then, they should stop bullying peopleÂ for expressingÂ their views and acting onÂ their beliefs, while usingÂ race as a means of legitimizing an actÂ theyÂ know is wrong.
WeÂ all have a right to choose. WeÂ all have a right to our political views. If you’re someone who disagrees with that, again,Â you’re the problem.