Parker: Trump hits different low with animal comments
President Trump delivered another despicable assault on immigrants, this time ..... well, you read.
“We have people coming into the country, or trying to come in — and we’re stopping a lot of them — but we’re taking people out of the country. You wouldn’t believe how bad these people are. These aren’t people. These are animals. And we’re taking them out of the country at a level and at a rate that’s never happened before. And because of the weak laws, they come in fast, we get them, we release them, we get them again, we bring them out. It’s crazy.”
Native Americans could have offered similar opinions about European invaders, men and women who propagated violence, genocide and despicable acts equal to or worse than any MS-13 member.
Plus, European invaders produced a systematic enterprise for the destruction or imprisonment of all Native Americans.
President Trump inherited DNA from those Euro conquerors, a genetic coded blueprint that moves him toward descriptions of immigrants as animals, making a way for their emotional, psychological and physical mistreatment.
United States’ agendas delivered a parallel assault on black people, defining us as subhuman for justification of slavery, Jim Crow and lynchings.
A similar situation occurred with members of the LGBTQ community as detractors asserted that they represented mistakes made by nature.
For the record, lynchings represented celebrations for white watchers as many packed lunches and toted blankets for hanging events that lasted entire days.
The hangings included torture, a removal of fingers and toes subsequently boiled in oil then sold as trinkets or made into necklaces and blankets.
Castrations were common as slaves, alleged criminals and people who crossed racial barriers, suffered mutilations.
Borrowing from Trump’s “you wouldn’t believe how bad these people (were)”, amazement exists that people attempt a bypass of U.S. history, one saturated with violence, murder and deceit.
President Donald Trump listens during a roundtable on immigration policy in California, in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Wednesday in Washington.