The pattern of covert operations executed in public, from the beginning of the Cold War to the 2016 election, by Russians agents Roy Cohn and Donald Trump: improper influence, espionage, propaganda, sabotage, and ultimately betrayal of country.
Tag: Donald J. Trump
Why did Trump say, ‘I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters, OK?’ and who was he talking to?
"Eduard Nektalov paid $1.6 million cash for a unit at Trump World Tower in 2003, according to the New York City Department of Finance... On May 21, 2004 the diamond merchant was killed on a Midtown sidewalk at dusk as he was planning to prepare for his trial in a federal money-laundering case that had already brought eight convictions."
White Supremacists, Kenosha, and American Rule, by Jared Yates Sexton
"Two protesters were murdered yesterday by a white militia member who'd been working with police. We have to recognize the relationship in America between white extremists, law enforcement, and the state. Here's what I learned writing AMERICAN RULE." -Jared Yates Sexton
Black Voters’ Long Memory and the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina
"So why don't blacks vote Republican? The answer is simple: Conservatives have never stood with, or up for, black people. Never. Conservatives opposed the Voting Rights Act. They opposed school integration. They opposed the Montgomery Bus Boycott. They opposed a law to crack down on lynching. These are the people for whom African Americans are now supposed to vote? To make the argument is to betray a stunning contempt for the intelligence — and memory — of black voters."
This is Trump’s America: American Nazis, Evangelical Christians, and the Mystery of Lawlessness
"The chuckleheads in Charlottesville aren't soldiers of free speech, or American values, or the preservation of their white history, whatever that even means. They are lousy domestic terrorists. They aren't trying to 'unite the right.' They are slow-thinking and disenfranchised whites looking for a cause with almost flop-sweat desperation, punks with torches, famous now in the easiest possible way in America. For being stupid."