Huffington Post Provides 13 Excuses for their “Trump is Racist” Libel

January 24, 2017
Updated April 10, 2018

ODP Staff

The lib twit run Huffington Post took one last desperate swing before the American People made their choice a few weeks later in this inane article smearing Trump as “a racist” while enumerating 13 “examples’ as “proof!

Huff ‘n Puff: “Here Are 13 Examples of Donald Trump Being Racist”

Their latest expression of #MEDIAJIHAD against Trump enumerated all the “examples” of Trump’s “racism.”  Let’s review their big indictments one by one.

“Here’s a running list of some of the most glaringly racist things associated with Trump. We’re sure we’ll be adding to it soon.”

1. “He ‘attacked’ Muslim Gold Star parents.”

 A professional immigration attorney walks into the DNC holding a pocket copy of The US Constitution as a prop to suggest that immigration is a right owed to all the world.  Whereas nobody would deny he suffered the loss of a son who died at the hands of Moslems overseas, the exploitation of his hardship to suggest that more Americans should die and suffer abroad and at home is wildly absurd.

2.  “He claimed a judge was biased because ‘he’s a Mexican'”

Huffington posts starts their spin with…

“In May, Trump implied that Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge presiding over a class action against the for-profit Trump University, could not fairly hear the case because of his Mexican heritage…”

First, a sitting Supreme Court Justice openly acknowledges and celebrates how her own “Mexican Heritage” can and will color her opinions and ultimate rulings.

Secondly, NPR reported that an Iranian judge was forced to recuse herself over her heritage in a case where it was deemed her relationship to Iran would serve as a conflict of interest that would unduly cloud her judgement.

Thirdly, this particular “Mexican” Judge has proven himself an ideologue with an axe to grind concerning Trump’s position on illegal immigration.   A member of a “La Raza” Law Group and, he himself, the son of an “illegal alien.”

3. “The Justice Department sued his company ― twice ― for not renting to black people”

When Trump was serving as the president of his family’s real estate company, the Trump Management Corporation, in 1973, the Justice Department sued the company for alleged racial discrimination against black people looking to rent apartments in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

You’ll be hard pressed to find ANY major player that rents real estate that hasn’t been hit by Jessie Jackson shakedown suits.  If you can find some example of someone with comparable holdings that hadn’t faced similar frivolous lawsuits, please share in the comments.

4. “In fact, discrimination against black people has been a pattern in his career”

Basically a repeat of the 3rd Huff ‘n Puff indictment and another expression of the realities of operating any major business while Sharpton and Jackson make the rounds.

Either way, I’d have to guess Lynn Patton knows the real truth about Trump and his opinion of “blacks” than those servicing agenda by spinning the usual business of race related lawsuits up as expressions of “racism!”

5 “He refused to condemn the white supremacists who are campaigning for him”

Huff ‘n Puff rolls this one in with this inane opening:

“Three times in a row on Feb. 28, Trump sidestepped opportunities to renounce white nationalist and former KKK leader David Duke, who told his radio audience last week that voting for any candidate other than Trump is ‘really treason to your heritage.’he believes, we believe in.'”

Firstly David Duke’s attitudes are a bit more nuanced than presented by the #MEDIAJIHAD that use him as the poster boy for everything “white power!”

Secondly, Trump’s job during the campaign isn’t really to parse, divide and lecture any faction of whatever base of supporters.

Thirdly, Trump is no more responsible for what’s in the head of all his supporters than Hillary or Obama were for their far more damning CPUSA, BLM and La Raza endorsements.

6 “He questions whether President Obama was born in the United States”

“Long before calling Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists,” Trump was a leading proponent of “birtherism,” the racist conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States…”
Firstly it’s not particularly “racist” to believe Obama’s own grandmother’s recollection more than a document essential to establish Obama’s actual eligibility.

The eligibility question was first raised by Democrats leading up to the primaries in and before 2008.  The question of that wasn’t even counted as “racist” back then nor can it reasonable be smeared as such today.

What Trump actually did do was force Obama to forge up a birth certificate after he had literally paid $1,000,000 of somebody’s money to keep OUT of the public eye.

There are actually very few eligibility requirements to assume the most important official role in governing and safeguarding the world’s home of freedom.  By the simplicity of these requirements, 35 years of age and “natural born” one would think we might not get too confused about what those requirements actually mean nor why they are important.

The term “natural born” was first coined by Vattel who authored a book that history indicates the founders owned and read.  Law of Nations describes the importance of avoiding a leader that has prevailing allegiance to another nation.  So in his writing he defines “natural born” as being born of parents that are BOTH citizens of our United States, and with particular emphasis and concern for the father!

14th Amendment fully served its purpose of generously offering citizenship to freed slaves that were otherwise given no such guarantee.  It’s since consistently misinterpreted and abused to circumvent the original fundamentals of the Constitution both in the “anchor baby” realm and also in fancy twisting of “natural born” to mean something it never had.

Even if Obama’s grandmother forgot where her grandson were born, and the as yet unverified Hawaiian Nativity story proved true, he never met the correct definition of “natural born” and his 8 years of war against Americans waged from within the White House proved the importance of allegiance built upon paternal lineage.

I’ve been to the Hawaiian Islands enough to know that, had Obama been born anywhere near or on an Island, his adoring worshipers there would have set up his birthing room like a Nativity and conducted more daily tours than the USS Arizona and Dole Pineapple plant combined.

The very absence of such a spectacle proves well enough that Obama’s grandmother and early life statements provided a much more accurate account of a Kenyan birth.

Is “born in Kenya” a race?  No more than a half-“black” that’s born in Hawaii is “a race.”

So let’s now, and once and for all count the “racism” narrative as debunked!

This is a clear case of projection.  Democrats are constantly expressing bewilderment when “blacks” or “Latinos” dare drift from the positions and attitudes that Democrats expect they should and must have.

And of course as soon as one escapes from the Democrat Plantation, they are treated to the most generous outpouring of racial slurs that go well beyond the leaked “Taco Bowl engagement” delivered to the public eye with the help of Wikileaks.


8. “He ‘trashed’ Native Americans, too”

I’ll let the Lib Twit staff at Huff ‘n Puff let me know how it’s “trashing Native Americans” to point out that “Mafia infiltrated Indian Casino” by his big “controversial” statement that “they don’t look like Indians to me… They don’t look like Indians to Indians.

9. “He encouraged the mob justice that resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of the Central Park Five”

Huff ‘n Puff provides this weak argument to make their “case.”

“In 1989, Trump took out full-page ads in four New York City-area newspapers calling for the return of the death penalty in New York and the expansion of police authority in response to the infamous case of a woman who was beaten and raped while jogging in Manhattan’s Central Park.

‘They should be forced to suffer and, when they kill, they should be executed for their crimes,” Trump wrote, referring to the Central Park attackers and other violent criminals. “I want to hate these murderers and I always will.’”

They’ll have to explain how they correlate a call for justice and stiff penalties with “mob justice!” and how he’d be counted responsible for whatever decisions made by the officials working the case against the suspects.

10. He condoned the beating of a Black Lives Matter protester

At a November campaign rally in Alabama, Trump supporters physically attacked an African-American protester after the man began chanting “Black lives matter.” Video of the incident shows the assailants kicking the man after he has already fallen to the ground.

The following day, Trump implied that the attackers were justified.

“Maybe [the protester] should have been roughed up,” he mused. “It was absolutely disgusting what he was doing.”

Obviously Huff ‘n Puff chose to ignore the revelations from Wikileaks that absolutely proved that professional agitators were hired by the Democrat Party to incite violence to promote their false narrative of “violent Trump supporters!”

11. “He called supporters who beat up a homeless Latino man ‘passionate'”

Here Huff ‘n Puff merely points out that Trump didn’t use the right language when addressing an apparent assault case against some “Trump supporters.”  Not really “racism” but OK.

12. “He stereotyped Jews and shared an anti-Semitic meme created by white supremacists”

When Trump addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition in December, he tried to relate to the crowd by invoking the stereotype of Jews as talented and cunning businesspeople.

“I’m a negotiator, like you folks,” Trump told the crowd, touting his book The Art of the Deal.

“Is there anyone who doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room?” Trump said. “Perhaps more than any room I’ve spoken to.”

This one is just so silly, I’d not even know what to say since it’s a joke in of itself.

13. “He treats African-American supporters as tokens to dispel the idea he is racist”

“At a campaign appearance in California in June, Trump boasted that he had a black…”  Using “blacks” and other “minorities” as props!

I just have to wonder where he’d ever  have gotten such an idea.  Obviously not from Democrats!


I’m somewhat surprised that Huff ‘n Puff didn’t spend much time on his original “controversial comments”.  I suppose even they know how silly they have become.

I’ll still give this matter the attention it deserves.

Firstly, Hispolitica verified that Trump’s Comments were Accurate!

And what’s rather hysterically funny if not fully Ready-for-Hillary-ous… Huffington Post themselves validated trump’s comments in this rare moment of quality journalism published in September of 2014!

huffington 80 percent central american women girls raped crossing into us

80% of Central American Women, Girls Are Raped Crossing Into The U.S.

Guess that ultimately proved rather inconvenient to all the anti-Trump rhetoric that would make up most of the editorials to follow.

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