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Lindsey Graham Says Attacks on Trump are a “Lynching,” Gets Hell for It

Well, you can’t say “lynching” anymore. Especially when it comes to President Trump.

I’ll add it to the list. At this point, given all the words that have been banned, I know about as much French as English.

5 Responses to Lindsey Graham Says Attacks on Trump are a “Lynching,” Gets Hell for It

  1. Not only must we build ‘the wall’ but we must build back what Woodrow Wilson and others took away — our independence — so we need not only fight socialism…. because if we are only on the defensive there will be a day when socialism will win just as it has in so many other places.

    So we need to take back and fight for things that are gone… Like being able to have a garage sale without a $10 permit or needing the government to allow us to do things… too many to list.

    We can only hold off for so long where we are now. We have to move the line back so we can hold off for another 200 years…

  2. This guy is a mystery of contradictions. He’s for, against, up down over geez.
    The left/Dems find something offensive in words in every instance, except when one of their own speaks out about harming MrTrump.

  3. Lynching is the unjustified setting aside of judicial due process for mob vengeance. How is what Trump said wrong?

    And Blacks weren’t the only ones lynched. “The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States, 1880-1950″ states that, contrary to present-day popular conception, lynching was not a crime committed exclusively against black people. Between the 1830s and the 1850s the majority of those lynched in the United States were whites. From 1882-1968, some 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States (not all lynchings were recorded). Of these, 3,446 or 73 percent were black and 1,297 (27 percent) were white. In other words, whites were the victims of more than one-fourth of all lynchings in the United States.

    Is there nothing the virtue signaling, pandering identity politicians won’t use as a weapon?

    • John Heath, the Ruggles brothers, Thomas Thurman, John Holmes, Leo Frank, James Sullivan, William Howard, and Benjamin Payne are just a few whites who were lynched. Native Americans, Asian Americans, Italian Americans and Latinos have all been victims of lynchings, NOT just blacks.