The United States now has the highest rate of confirmed coronavirus cases in the world at 86,000. As the White House grapples with heavy criticism regarding its delayed response, Donald Trump Jr. took to Instagram to share a racist meme about the crisis.
Although President Donald Trump has come under fire for using what critics say amounts to a racist dog whistle in referring to the coronavirus as “the Chinese virus,” he has a defender in Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas), who when asked by a reporter whether the use of the term is acceptable, responded, “That’s where it came from.”
A White House official reportedly used the racist term “Kung flu” while speaking to CBS News correspondent Weijia Jiang, who was born in China and grew up in West Virginia. The official has not been identified.
Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) voted against the House-passed federal anti-lynching law because in his view it violated states' rights.
Children cannot give consent to so many things under the law.
Whether it’s when someone rapes children, when children get medical treatment, or when children escape violence, their stories are framed as if they can give consent. We see this with the Jeffrey Epstein case, with medical deferments of deportation, and with asylum cases. This article barely scratches the surface.
12 elected black officials in Charlotte, NC have received threatening racist letters which invoke the name of Donald Trump.
Beto O'Rourke went there on Wednesday night and compared Trump and his supporters to the Nazis and Germany.
Trump admitted to the world that he has no political strategy and that he is saying "facts." In other words, Trump's a racist.
Republicans have offered a ton of weak dodges of Trump's racism, but none were more pathetic than Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL).
Trump claimed that he has gotten rid of racial tension in America, and he expects African-Americans to vote for him in 2020.
Trump wants Democrats to apologize to him for his racist attacks, which he is trying to disguise as patriotism.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace corrected Trump's false AOC garbage quote and then showed White House adviser Stephen Miller a Trump tweet about American garbage.
Rep. Al Green (D-TX) called Trump the epitome of hate and said that people have told him to go back to where he came from.
Pregnant state Rep. Erica Thomas (D-GA) was grocery shopping with her daughter when the African-American woman was approached by a white man who hurled slurs at her and told her to go back to where she came from.
The send her back chant that Trump is claiming to disavow was planned at the rally and rehearsed with the crowd by warm-up act Lara Trump.
Instead of speaking out against Trump’s racism, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blamed the four House Democratic women that the president attacked.
Mitch McConnell Blamed House Democratic Women for Trump’s Racism
McConnell said, “We’ve heard facilities on the U.S. Border called concentration camps. We’ve seen the far left throw accusations of racism at everyone. Anyone who disagrees with them on anything, including the Speaker of the House. We’ve seen a freshman Democratic congresswoman use anti-semitic tropes and imply people only support Israel because of campaign contributions. The most vile accusations and insults against our nation have become incredibly routine, and we’ve seen back and forth over the past few days. Most of you know Justice Scalia was my sort of all-time favorite. Here’s what he used to say. He said, I don’t attack people. I attack ideas. And I think that’s a good lesson for all of us. From the president to the speaker to freshmen members of the House, all of us have a responsibility to elevate the public discourse. Our words do matter. We all know politics is a contact sport. But it’s about time we lowered the temperature all across the board, all of us ought to contribute to a better level of discourse.”
A reporter asked Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) if he would call Trump's tweets racist, and Romney responded by running away from the questioner.
Leaked Trump vetting documents list white supremacy as one of the red flags for Trump's adviser on voter suppression Kris Kobach.
Jared Kushner refused to say that Trump is a racist, and wouldn't answer when asked if he thought birtherism was racist.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) played the audio of a witness that Republicans invited apologizing and legitimizing Hitler during a hearing on the rise of white nationalism.