Tell Congress to censure Trump for inciting racist hate against the Black community

In a recent interview on Fox News, Trump said he’s done more for Black people than any other president besides Lincoln, and then called Lincoln’s contributions “questionable.”

So. Okay. Let’s just…examine the evidence, shall we? 

How about holding his first post-shutdown campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Juneteenth (June 19th). Innocent choice to resume rallies during these protests on the site of one of the worst modern day race massacres where up to 300 Black people were slaughtered by white rioters, AND on the holiday that celebrates the emancipation of Black slaves? 

Add your name to tell Congress to censure Trump for inciting racist hate against the Black community.

Or calling protesters “thugs,” ordering governors to “dominate” the streets, and calling on the military to attack its own citizens to shut the protests down.

Or saying, “chokeholds sound so innocent,” during protests against police brutality. Or tear-gassing peaceful protesters for a photo-op with a Bible in front of a church. 

These are snapshots of Trump’s attitude toward Black people JUST since George Floyd’s death. Remember those white nationalists who were “very fine people?” 

Sign here to tell Congress to censure the president for intentionally fueling hatred and violence toward Black people.

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