From the very start of President Trump’s political career, the liberal left has been attempting to paint the NY business mogul as some sort of bigot.
In fact, every move that Trump makes has been equated to some sort of racist screed, from the border wall to his rally planning. At this point, some on the left must be secretly tired of crying wolf.
The allegations have gotten so intense, in fact, that the US Army sent out an email this week that equated the “Make America Great Again” movement with white supremacy.
A U.S. Army email, sent after the Fourth of July to its military and civilian members, included a graphic which claimed saying the phrase “Make America Great Again” is evidence of “white supremacy.”
The graphic listed other behaviors it deemed evidence of white supremacy, including, “Celebration of Columbus Day,” the “Denial of White Privilege,” “Talking about ‘American Exceptionalism,’” and saying “There’s Only One Human Race.”
The email invited “all soldiers and (Department of the Army) Civilian Personnel” to attend the U.S. Army’s “Operation Inclusion” seminars on July 8 and 9 at the Redstone Arsenal Army Base in Alabama. The email was sent by Chaney P. Pickard from the U.S. Army Aviation & Missile Center using an official government email.
The message named the “U.S. Army Equity & Inclusion Agency” and “Assistant Secretary of the Army — Manpower and Reserve Affairs” as authors.
The graphic in question was simply wild.
A U.S. Army employee on Monday sent an email invite to likely thousands of military and civilian members for a U.S. Army 'Operation Inclusion' listening tour, which included a graphic that said saying "MAGA" is evidence of white supremacy. The Army says it was "sent in error." pic.twitter.com/NUvm0lMVMh
— Kristina Wong 🇺🇸 (@kristina_wong) July 9, 2020
The Army would later suggest that the graphic was sent out in error, but that explanation fails to provide reasoning for the insinuation’s proximity to the military in the first place.