New York Daily News columnist Shaun King continues to use his forum to inveigh against the white devil and is now smearing millions of Americans who support Donald Trump as racists and bigots. King, who is an unrepentant race-baiter and Black Lives Matter activist is a pathological media whore and milked the humbling of dab-dancing Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in last month’s Super Bowl for all that he could get. King played the racial victimization card over the media’s appropriate criticism of the mouthy front-running Newton as a poor sport after his piss baby post game press conference and for good measure launched a dastardly smear campaign against white Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning – the winner in the game. Now like a parasite looking for a new host King has leeched himself onto the Donald Trump presidential campaign into which he is injecting his inflammatory poison and it just wouldn’t be an anti-Trump attack piece without the now obligatory Hitler reference.
King writes in his jeremiad at the Daily News that “If you support Donald Trump at this point in his campaign, you are a bigot and you might as well just admit it”:
It’s taken a while for people to fully accept that Donald Trump is a bigot. Until now, his well established brand wasn’t bigotry but a mix between gaudy businessman and cheesy reality TV star.
When “The Apprentice” first aired, for example, I had no idea Trump and his father had been repeatedly cited by the federal government for race discrimination.
And when I watched Trump during random Wrestlemania appearances as a kid, I had no idea his father was arrested in a KKK riot and that the apple, perhaps, had not fallen far from the tree.
When “You’re fired” became a part of the pop culture lexicon, I had no idea Trump kept a book of Hitler quotes called “My New Order” by his bed.
So, for decades, ignorance was bliss when it came to Trump’s bigotry, but he fully showed us his hand in 2011. Mulling a run for president against Obama, Trump began frequently floating out that President Obama wasn’t an American — even announcing he was sending private investigators to Hawaii to get to the bottom of it.
We have short-term memories about these things, but in 2011 this controversy created by Trump was actually national news and helped reignite the birther movement against the President.
Never mind that Obama had already released substantial proof of his own American birth, Trump was determined to make it an issue and continued to question Obama’s birth well into this campaign cycle.
This alone should’ve been enough for sensible Americans to understand the truly bigoted character of Trump, but this current campaign has fully and permanently cemented his identity as a dangerous bigot, willing to say anything about Muslims, Latinos, or African-Americans to gain millions of white votes.
At this point in the campaign, one could not reasonably say they support Donald Trump and be fully unaware of his bigotry.
The whole thing can be read here and would actually be somewhat useful if the gutless bastard bothered to allow comments on his screeds.
The keyboard firebomber King never bothers to mention that a good deal of Trump’s appeal is based in his taking a stand against the ruinous globalist trade sellouts, corporate sanctioning of wage-depressing illegal aliens and the fact that our political system is for sale to the highest bidder. One would imagine that these economic issues also affect black people but it’s easier to demand that taxpayers be shaken down for reparations and that a $15 dollar an hour minimum wage be given to burger flippers and other low skill workers. The entire social justice movement is a crock of horseshit and is only used to drive a wedge between white people and the conglomeration of whiny identity groups that it purports to represent and it only serves to keep the corrupt system in place. If there was a true movement for social justice it would address many of the issues that Trump – and to a lesser degree, Bernie Sanders – are and that is why they are threats to the establishment while Mr. King is what Vladimir Lenin once famously referred to as a useful idiot.