How about this: a group of girls who wanted to eat in the cafeteria at Howard University were asked to leave because they were wearing pro-Trump clothing and "Make America Great Again" hats. They left, without raising a fuss. Can one imagine the reaction of someone wearing an Obama or a Hillary outfit who would have been asked to leave a college cafeteria? Just wondering…should they set up separate (but equal) water fountains and tables for Trump supporters?
Hillary Clinton was First Lady of Arkansas for 13 years, and in each one of those years (since 1905, to be exact) there was a massive "Confederate Soldiers Monument" on the lawn of the State Capitol. Mrs. Clinton is not on record as ever expressing opposition to that statue. Does that make her, or her husband, a vicious racist? Oh - those who might want that monument torn down may be unhappy to learn that the statue was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
And then there is the logo for the Clinton-Gore campaign in 1992. You remember, the Arkansas Governor and the Tennessee Senator were nominated by the Democrats as President & Vice-President, For their campaign logo they used - get this - the Confederate Flag, emblazoned with their names. Yes, that's right, "Clinton-Gore" on the background of the Confederate Flag. Wonder if they would use that theme today? We are confused. Were they racists then?