Monday, January 15, 2018
AMID ALLEGATIONS OF RACISM: HOW CAN LOCAL PREZ TRUMP SUPPORTERS HELP THE KANSAS CITY MLK AGENDA???
On this holiday dedicated to a legendary slain civil rights leader, MSM enforces a narrative regarding political divisions along racial lines but the reality is that many of Prez Trump's public statements are in line with the goals of social justice warriors.
Examples . . .
- Today in Kansas City, there was a renewed call to reduce the horrific local homicide count. Remember, that Prez Trump promised to "Make America Safe Again" and has offered funds dedicated toward this effort.
- Local social justice warriors are working toward better housing for the working poor . . . On a related note, a proposed $6-BILLION HUD cut from Prez Trump will transform American Housing as we know it - For many, any change will be better than what they've got.
- The current crop of KCMO activists tout higher wages as the new frontier of civil rights . . . Meanwhile, many corporations like Walmart claim they are raising wages thanks to a tax cut from Prez Trump.
Accordingly . . .
Neither SJWs nor Prez Trump acolytes can have it both ways . . . There is either common ground to be had when it comes to working toward the goals of equality, human rights and dignity outlined by MLK . . . OR the current epoch in American politics values nothing more than trending social media rhetoric rather than real legislative achievements.
Check the links . . .
KMBC: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum has a glimpse into the family life of MLK
National Review: President Trump, Dr. King, and Sh**holegate
KCUR: Trump Advocates For Public Service On MLK Day, But Spends It At Mar-A-Lago Resort
Fox News: Trump marks King day out of view, buffeted by race claims
The Guardian: Trump insists 'I am the least racist person' amid outrage over remarks
KSHB: MLK walk moved inside due to cold weather
Newspaper: Kansas City Mothers in Charge and Rockhurst students stand for peace on MLK Day
The Atlantic: Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'Letter From Birmingham Jail'
You decide . . .