Monday, August 21, 2023

Al Sharpton Says "Riggers" Is Racist


In a recent Truth Social post regarding his indictments in Georgia, Donald Trump used the word "riggers,” obviously in reference to those that he believes tried to rig the 2020 presidential election. The correct term for those of that ilk would be “election riggers.” But this prompted Al Sharpton to observe, whilst appearing on an MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show, that “riggers” rhymes with the n-word. And that can't possibly be a coincidence, can it? Sharpton inferred that Trump knew what he was doing when he said it. And that prompted Mika Brzezinski to breathlessly utter (unseen from the background) “yup,” and “exactly.”

Sharpton added (while presenting no evidence), “There’s no wonder independents are running away from them” due to this supposed identification “with blatant racism and blatant violence…”

The MSNBC clown who was apparently subbing for Joe Scarborough then closed the clip by stating: “Yeah, and Trump has used, of course, that racist and inflammatory language for so long.”

Riggers? Really?

So, if a Democrat says the word “donkey,” are we to automatically assume he or she means “honkey?” Should we think of “backer” “hacker” or “slacker” as dog whistles for “cracker?”

Where does this stop? (And by “stop” did I actually mean “wop?”)


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