Dems' hysteria over 'lynching' offers an opportunity for Trump to discredit them

I suspect that President Trump deliberately used the word "lynching" in a tweet to describe the efforts to impeach him, knowing that it would evoke hysteria from Democrats accusing him of racism.  Lest I be accused of attributing to him mastery of 3-dimensional chess, it doesn't take a mastermind to understand that the media and other Democrats will take any bait at hand to accuse Trump of nefariousness.  The word "lynch" has roots far predating the Reconstruction period, during which the KKK, the paramilitary arm of the Democratic Party, summarily executed by hanging many freed slaves, as well as many white Republicans who supported Reconstruction measures, as even the NAACP acknowledges.  Lynching continued into the 20th century.  Leo Frank, a Jewish factory superintendent, was kidnapped from prison in Georgia in 1915 and lynched by a mob of citizens, none of whom were ever charged. If...(Read Full Post)
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