Al Sharpton Accuses Trump Of ‘Racism With Steroids’
According to the unreliable and deceptive media, Donald Trump referred to countries in Africa and Central America as “shitholes.” The President has denied it it, but liberals regard secondhand information from anonymous sources to be fact if it makes the President look bad. As such, there has been a full-blown leftist freak-out, which is actually a weekly occurrence during the Trump presidency. Race-hustler Al Sharpton, who has been rendered completely irrelevant by Trump, tried to get in on the spazz-attack by accusing the President of “racism with steroids.”
Just Because One Tells The Truth They Are Racist
I am so tired of this. They call him racist, well he may be a little. If he doesn’t want people who can’t even do math in our country and live in a sh**hole then I agree with him 100%. I am sorry I don’t want a person that lives in the sewer that hasn’t bathed for 10 years to come to my place. I don’t even want them within a mile of me. Guess I am a racist too. We need to think of Americans first. Not of these other third world countries that can’t stop screwing around. It will help put more food on the table.
Just so you ignorant, one sided people know when he spoke the truth of Africa he was not actually being racist. It is true that people in Africa die everyday of hunger. It happens in Haiti as well. I believe we should help them by giving money to charities to provide food, shelter, and education. Then maybe one day they will be strong, educated, and healthy enough to come to America and start a business, get a job, or go to college. Our country is trillions of dollars in debt. We cannot save the World, but we can help on person at a time starting with the person next to you. Then they can help the person next to them. Then one day all of us will help everyone across the World, I hope.
When I was a teenager I watched the show Quantum Leap. On the first episode Al had to explain to Sam what the Ripple Effect is. He also explained Sam’s String Theory. Well it affected me the rest of my life because it revealed to me just because I do not get an instant response from someone I help does not mean I did not influence them or someone else. I learned kindness is what we have to give to one another because if we give hate evil will win.
The Ripple Effect is based on the understanding that we are all connected. These connections stretch like an incredibly interwoven and complicated tapestry. Each of us exists within this tapestry. Thoughts and actions are like stones dropped in a pond and they create ripples that travel outward.
Everything we do and think affects the people in our lives and their reactions in turn affect others. The choices you make have far-reaching consequences. Each of us carries within us the capacity to change the world in small ways for better or worse. We can use the Principles of the Ripple Effect to magnify our actions and their effects.
THE RIPPLE EFFECT – HUMANITY HEALING INTERNATIONAL
In-text: (Humanity Healing International, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Humanity Healing International. (2018). The Ripple Effect – Humanity Healing International. [online] Available at: http://humanityhealing.org/who-we-are/the-ripple-effect/ [Accessed 14 Jan. 2018].
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