It's a textbook phrase for racists. It implies that a person isn't really an American and is defined by where they came from. I mean when I was younger I remember racist kids saying stuff like "go back to Africa" about blacks. I'm 43, so this is nothing new.She does far more than just disagree.
Please explain why it’s racist to tell someone to return to where they were rescued from?
I understand it’s vile, and un presidential but you don’t like it, so therefore it’s racist?
It’s these uses of fake racism that completely nullify the real definition of the word and gives cover to the real racists like the Congresswomen's Spiritual advisor and Jew hater Farakhan or the fake Nazis.
As a browned skinned racist I can assure you people of color see these uses of the word weak. And anyone who back tracks after being called a racist is equally weak.
First off the use of the word was fake, so responding to this false scenario shows cowardice.
It’s why I could never vote for such people.
Their voice is important to have in politics as we need more views to form better opinions.
But these types of people are better suited in low level committee positions, not capable of leadership
Trump always appeals to the lowest common denominator because it works for him and frankly, I doubt he could have a serious argument with a reasonably intelligent opponent and win. No way.
He continues to find ways to surprise and disgust me. Actually I can't believe he said that. But, it riled up some of his fans so mission accomplished I guess.