The real political correctness

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    nittany ram
    nittany ram

    “…The ideology that put Donald Trump in the White House is one of victimhood as much as it’s one of resentment. As a candidate for president, Donald Trump did more than attack presumed outsiders like Muslims and Hispanic immigrants; he also quenched a thirst for a large group of Americans indignant about what they have suffered at the hands of others. But these supporters weren’t victims of any real oppression or exclusion—they saw themselves as victims of political correctness, living in a world where a liberal media suppressed truth in the name of supposed fairness….”

    Well, but is that really true of all the factions that voted for Trump?

    I’d say the working class folks whose jobs were neolibbed out of existence,
    were indeed ‘excluded’ and ‘oppressed’ by the country-club folks and Neolib/Neocon policy makers.


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