Donald Trump’s fascistic Presidential campaign has received condemnation from several public figures, including many high-ranking officials in the Republican party. Only one or two have *publicly* stated that they wont support him if he becomes the nominee to represent the Republican Party in the general election, but they’ve “condemned” his statements (kinda seems like a silent endorsement that the party wont flat-out oust him, in my opinion).
But on Friday, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley was asked his opinion on TNT before a game in Sacramento, CA, and in typical Charles Barkley fashion, he didn’t hold back any punches.
“He started out this summer by insulting Hispanics. To lump all Hispanics together, that was insulting. Living in Arizona, I think Hispanics are amazing people,” Barkley said.
“Then you’ve got these losers who love that because they’re afraid to look in the mirror and say why their lives suck. They have to blame other people. Your life sucks for a reason — because of you, not because of Hispanics.”
I’m not a Barkley fan. In the past, he’s said several things that have really gotten under my skin. His thoughts on race relations in America, for example, have enraged me. Today, I was pleased. Barkley then went on to denounce Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States.
“Now to lump all Muslims together, that’s even more insulting. Do we have to do something about the extremists? Of course we do. [But] to try and divide and conquer, which is what the Republicans always try to do, is just sad,” Barkley added. “This is the United States of America. This is the greatest place in the world.”
He’s right, you know. People don’t walk around suspicious of white men between the ages of 16 – 60, due to the fact that that’s the general age range and ethnicity of mass shooters in America.
Why the double standard?
He then put the icing on the cake by blaming CNN, TNT’s sister network, for the 24/7 coverage and free publicity that they have been giving Donald Trump since this freak show began.
“CNN has done an awful job this election, an awful job. They have been kissing butt and chasing ratings. They’ve become like Fox News for the Republicans, to be honest with you.”
He quickly lost me when he continued to say, “The guy I was supporting was Gov. [John] Kasich of Ohio…” blah, blah, blah.
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