Trump Denies all Men are Created Equal.

Why did the President of the United States at a mainly white rally in Minnesota, throw out what seemed like the following non sequitur?

“You have good genes. A lot of it’s about the genes isn’t it, don’t you believe? The racehorse theory you think was so different. You have good genes in Minnesota.”

What did it mean? It sounded a bit off, perhaps just more of Trump’s unintelligible blather. You might ignore it, but unless you are white, you’d probably ignore it at your own peril.

In 2016, Mr Trump’s biographer said of the Trumps, “The family subscribes to a racehorse theory of human development,” Michael D’Antonio told PBS. “They believe that there are superior people and that if you put together the genes of a superior woman and a superior man, you get a superior offspring.” As you can see in the attached video, Mr Trump, before becoming President, denied that “all men are created equal”. “Well it’s not true, he said, because some are smart, some aren’t.”

We have heard this before, from the Nazis as they gassed 6 million Jews. Whether “some are smart or not”, our Constitution is clear, All men are created equal and because they are equal, they are endowed with certain unalienable rights. If we are not all equal, then some of us must be more equal and Trump must beleive that some enjoy more rights than others. That goes pretty f-ing far afield of what they teach at Freshman 101, The American Constitution. If the President does not believe in the basic tenets of our Constitution, where does that leave us?

Well, if I were Jewish, Black, Brown, Asian, anything but pure 100 percent Caucasian, I’d be pretty fucking concerned about the President’s belief system.

The first question I’d be asking is why does the President believe white people in Minnesota have better genes? Which of their genes are better? Skull size, hair, skin, nose?

Then I’d look around, maybe try and see who it is that has these “bad genes”. Is it me??

Maybe, just maybe I’d push these questions a little further, you know ask around. Does President Trump have a problem with my family having the “bad genes”? We know he’s of German descent. We know he learned this eugenic BS from his father, so the real question is, how big of a problem are these bad genes for the President? Cause that’s the thing isn’t it, the Jews in Germany didn’t really ask themselves that question, did they? And well, if they did, they couldn’t imagine what was really coming down the pike with a populist, racist, half-crazy leader like Hitler at the helm, could they? No of course not, no one could.

So I guess I’d want to know, depending on my race of course, if Trump has a plan to solve this gene problem? Does he have a kind of well, for lack of a better phrase, a “final solution” to it?

In the end, I might just wonder, is this something I should mull over before casting my vote for the next President of the United States?

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