Skip to comments.Trump Honors MLK, is Called 'Racist Traitor' by Despicable Left
Posted on 01/11/2018 10:19:33 AM PST by TBP
resident Trump sent out a tweet today about signing the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park Act:
"It was my great honor to sign H.R. 267, the 'Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Act,' which redesignates the Martin Luther King, Junior, National Historic Site in the State of Georgia as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park."
Who could have anything bad to say about this?
Enter the repulsive Left:
The world thanks you, Ruth Ann, for being all-knowing:
And a great thanks to the sinister, leftist media -- and the lemmings who follow it -- for continuing to spread suspicion against Donald Trump with regard to Russia, despite literally no evidence:
Also, note to Jason: in every election, millions of votes are made "null and void." It's called losing.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why we can't have nice things.
Geez, ya can't please them.
I’m upset that he is honoring that Communist traitor.
Racism is inherent in progressivism, all the way back to Woodrow Wilson and Margaret Sanger. And it continues today, unabated. That’s the real reason they object to this.
Real cowboys know about bearing one another’s burdens.
Communism flowed in to occupy the space where the church was not going. Traitors to God are even worse.
Will you please provide some evidence for you claim that MLK was a communist and a traitor?
Agreed. He’s not a Dr. nor Rev. since he plagiarized pretty much all his Seminary and Doctorate work. His name isn’t Martin Luther, legally it’s still Michael and he was a student at the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, a CPUSA training center. Alongside him there was Rosa Parks, guess she wasn’t just “tired and didn’t want to move.” It was the plan from the beginning.
MLK did dabble in it. He stopped short (maybe God let him be stopped short) of fully recommending it as a political system for the USA.
I can easily put myself in his shoes and see why. Until Joe Generic Righty can also do this, the conundrum won’t be resolved.
Mere politics would never be able to keep out socialism in a land hungry for God and getting tossed “conservative” kibble.
He attended the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle, TN. That school was a well know communist training center. Hos second in command was Bayard Rustin, an avowed communist and homosexual. The SCLC which King founded along with Rustin was backed by CPUSA money and staff. Schwerner and Goodman were NYC red diaper babies from lily white enclaves sent south..
America invited this through the vacuums it created.
Invited what exactly?
Communism and socialism.
You’re quibbling about the vessels. I’m talking about what was in the vessels.
Imagine the hysteria from the left if Trump didn’t acknowledge MLK?
The vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true.
The vessels are getting honored positions and holidays in our society, while cultural genocide is occurring in the South. Sorry if I’m a bit pissed off about the constant revision of American History.
For all his faults and all his plagiarism, he still talked a good line sometimes. I care less about who first wrote “I Have A Dream” and more that at least MLK talked about it. Without that, would we even be hearing about it today?
We need to knock off the hero worship and start looking at what a supernatural God makes possible to those who revere Him. And it sometimes won’t look like the modern “conservative” American dream. It will look like a lot of sharing, albeit not by means of government. Government was mustered to fill a hole, and I believe by the will of God. It doesn’t have to live in that role. In fact it will abuse badly if it does. But better even a glass of expensive mud than to die of dehydration altogether.
Here’s where I try to keep, and preach, a perspective.
Well yes they are, because what’s in them is serving as a substitute, however poor, for what ought to be prevailing and even God says it ought to be prevailing.
In a perfect world, we would have had Booker T. Washington in MLKs place.
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