You really should read what that report actually says. It considers any story that portrays Trump as negative counts. That means if he tweets an insult to someone, and Fox or CNN reports it, then it’s considered “negative.”
Trump is a largely more negative president than ALL of his predecessors. That’s what that 93% number shows.
I asked you. You asked someone to give examples of hate at Trump rallies-so I would like to attempt to answer and have a discussion, but in order to do so, we need to determine what qualifies as “hate.” Don’t you agree that is pretty reasonable?
That would be a perfectly reasonable request from you. If we don’t discuss what qualifies as racism before we have the discussion, then we’re going to spend post after post arguing over what racism is in the first place.
For example, I may find “refusing to rent properties to black folks” to be racist. You may not find that to be racist. So in order to make sure we wouldn’t waste each others’ time arguing over WHAT is racist, we would need to have a good understanding of what exactly we’re discussing.
So let’s be reasonable adults here and have an honest, fair, good faith discussion, and hash out exactly what we’re talking about when discussing “hate” in terms of whether “hate” comes from the Trump camp, especially at his rallies.
Hey, good news! You finally admitted that it’s OK for some rich elites to use their influence to peddle issues that they believe in…as long as you agree with them on those issues!
Before “this,” Trump was a pretty ardent NY liberal elite. He did things like hold pro-choice fundraisers. Then, around 2011, he started considering a presidential run and starting carrying R water and repeating R rhetoric. It’s hard to know exactly which of Trump’s “policies and opinions” you were on board with exactly. They are ever-changing.