Jewish World Review
What’s the point at which rhetoric forces action? When do words become incitement? At what point do political attacks get so reckless and unhinged that you can no longer heal the divide they create with politics? It’s hard to know exactly, but the left is getting very close. Take, for example, this exchange on MSNBC, in which frequent guest Malcolm Nance accuses the president of the United States of sending secret messages to neo-Nazis:
“These people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of the disenfranchisement that the white race is feeling, and Donald Trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head,” Nance said.
Subliminal orders? Whatever Trump’s faults, you can be certain he isn’t doing that. Trump is the least subliminal politician in American history. He has no subtext. If he’s thinking it, he says it. The claim is ludicrous. More
Tucker went after those claiming “white supremancy” rules the land last week. Here