Hate Still Great as Trump Administration Begins

Donald Trump (R-NY)

Donald Trump

(Cincinnati, OH — January 23, 2017) – During his inaugural address, Donald Trump (R-NY) spoke of “no fear” and putting “America first.”

This apparently applies only to a select few of the 330,000,000 people living in the United States.

For the rest of America’s citizenry, living under fear, thanks largely to Chancellor Squirrelhead’s major supporters – anti-Semites like Stephen Bannon, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), the Birthers, just to name a few – will be the new norm under his Fourth Reich.

Hate and terror struck at Cincinnati’s Withrow University High School on January 21, as anti-gay and racist slogans, coupled with the word “Trump” intermixed with Swastikas, were spray-painted throughout the school’s campus.

Cincinnati officials appeared to be appalled at the blatant act of vandalism.

“Quite frankly, we did Nazi this coming,” said a Cincinnati spokesman, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Ku Klux Klan (KKK)

Ku Klux Klan

“Our new leader promised an end to the hell the previous administration [of Barack Obama (D-IL)] apparently led us to,” said a civil rights activist, speaking on condition of anonymity. “He spoke of our ‘American carnage’ ending. And yet the hate crimes continue.

“It would have been a good opportunity for him to speak out immediately against such hatred, but he was too busy yelling at the ‘dishonest media’ about factually reporting on the number of people attending his inauguration.

“Plus, his right-wing supporters wouldn’t have liked being chastised. So his silence should really be no surprise. Sad!”

“If he wants to attempt to start healing what is probably the most-divided America since 1861, now would be a good time,” said a political historian, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Any time now.”

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