As America comes to terms with the harsh reality of a Donald Trump presidency, The New York Times has added a segment to their publication to combat hate brought on by the racist Donald Trump.
The segment will be called, “This Week in Hate.” The featured segment will cover all the hate crimes that have occurred since Donald Trump was elected president.
“This Week in Hate tracks hate crimes and harassment around the country since the election of Donald Trump. The Southern Poverty Law Center and other groups are keeping detailed counts of harassment and abuse. We will regularly present a selection of incidents to show the scope of the problem. This article, the first in the series, includes incidents reported in the last two weeks.”
The initial entry of “This Week in Hate” was in November 29, and contained these hate crimes:
“A group called ‘Americans for a Better Way’ sent letters to three mosques in California and one in Georgia that threaten Donald Trump “is going to do to you Muslims what Hitler did to the Jews.
In Gwinnett County, Ga. vandals spray painted swastikas, racist slurs, the name ‘Trump’ and the message ‘build a wall’ all over the sidewalks and buildings at Collins Hill High School.
And lest Northern states start feeling superior, The Bangor Daily News in Maine reported Bangor city councilors were appalled after an individual punched a black man, pushed him to the ground, then told him to watch out because Donald Trump could deport him.
In Denver, Colo. a transgender woman’s car was vandalized and covered with anti-LGBT slurs, a swastika, and the word “die” because she’d written ‘#NotMyPresident’ and “Love Trumps Hate” on her car windows.”
Good thing the New York Times is taking the unprecedented move to track and expose the hate that evil Donald will bring to America.