The day after the State of the Union (or “Uniom” as the White House invitations read), the lumbering, sniffling 80 minute speech of Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) rapidly moved into oblivion as the Russian investigation took center front in the media. The event, however, should be noted in the annals of history, not for what was said as much as how seemingly insignificant comments indicated DDT’s continuing policies of fear, hatred, and control.
DDT’s language continued his obsession with white supremacy and military/police strength:
- DDT’s use of “citizens” five times were mostly in addition to his demand for tight immigration, setting up a social hierarchy when he says that he wants to “protect our citizens.”
- Three-fourths of DDT’s guests were members of the police or military, and he frequently referred to veterans, military, and officer and police.
- The audience, in an event meant to be a speech…
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