It’s no secret that Sarah Palin is a racist. Her recent Facebook Post simply confirms her bigotry. For two days we have been waiting for Sarah Palin to provide her thoughts…or ramblings…on the debate performances of Donald and Hillary. In between two other posts, Sarah offered a comment on the debate. She said:
* Why no questions on illegal immigration?
* Why no focus on democrats not batting an eye at our $200 trillion true debt full of unfunded future liabilities?
* Why no question on the crony capitalism that defines the Clinton Foundation and her stint as Sec. of State?
* Why do reformers have to wait until the next debate to see Trump “take no prisoners?”
Then Sarah linked to a video of Diamond and Silk, two Black women, who are outspoken Black women advocates of Trump for President.
I wondered by Palin would focus attention on these two women. They did not appear to be well spoken, have any expert credentials, and impressed me as examples of women who would promote the stereotype of ignorant Blacks. These are the answers I found:
- During the short time Sarah Palin pretended to be a news host on “On Point with Sarah Palin” these Black sisters gave her an interview.
2. During the segment with Palin, Diamond and Silk demonstrated their ignorance by using words that are not found in the dictionary. Diamond referred to media “biasness.” Diamond used incorrect verb tenses including her remark that “Megyn Kelly asking questions that does not (sic) make sense, …”
3. They admitted that before the 2016 race their only involvement in politics was to vote.
4. Palin and the women were critical of Megyn Kelly’s questions of Trump regarding women’s issues because they were “things on the periphery, and things that have nothing to do with the Presidential race. ”
Reason they support Trump is that he wants to make America Great Again, wants to secure the border, and make America safe.
If Trump weren’t running, Palin asked, what would you be putting energy into? The answer was “media biasness.”
Diamond and Silk have enjoyed significant national attention as a result of their promotion of Trump.
Diamond and Silk have a history of taking stands on political issues that demonstrate a lack of understanding of the issues. They criticized Texas police officer Brian Encinia for his actions in arresting activist Sandra Bland. Bland was found dead three days after the encounter inside a jail cell. Authorities have said that Bland killed herself.
“Even though we know all lives matter, in this case, this black life mattered,” Hardaway said. “And this white man ain’t gonna get to do that to this black girl.”
They seem to be focused on illegal immigrants:
They also made this video about Hillary’s remarks on the “Basket of Deplorables”:
The amazing this is that Diamond and Silk seem to be unaware of Trump’s history of racism. Before a live audience and an estimated 100 million TV viewers, Trump struggled to explain why a real-estate company he managed settled a Justice Department racial discrimination suit. He called for a law-and-order crackdown as a remedy for racial conflict, including a stop-and-frisk policy the courts found unconstitutional and discriminatory. He also continued to describe black and Hispanic communities as urban hellscapes where armed gangs “roam the streets,” even though civic leaders say the description is offensive and incorrect.
In perhaps the biggest contradiction to his outreach, Trump couldn’t come up with a plausible or coherent explanation for why he suddenly dropped a five-year quest, launched at his own expense, to prove President Barack Obama – the nation’s first black commander-in-chief, and a source of pride among African Americans – was not born in the United States.
A poll released by ABC News and the Washington Post found that 93 percent of black voters preferred Clinton. Just 3 percent liked Trump, 2 percent backed Libertarian Gary Johnson and 4 percent supported Green Party nominee Jill Stein.
Only Sarah Palin could disparage Blacks in America while pretending to respect them.