Data collected from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) shows a correlation between Trump’s presidential term and hate crimes.
In 2016, the U.S. hit the second-highest spike in hate crimes with the first spike being seen after the 9/11 terrorist attack.
In addition to the increase of U.S. hate crimes during Trump's presidency, the Anti-Defamation League’s, an international Jewish non-governmental organization, collected data indicates that counties that hosted Trump rallies are also where hate crimes doubled in comparison to previous years.
Although there has been a divide in America dated back as far as the foundation of this country in 1776, Trump’s blatant racism has seemingly made it “okay” for white supremisits to vocalize their hatred towards people of color.
Along with being a racist, Trump is also a rapist. 26 women came forward with sexual assault allegations against Trump. Among them were women who said their assault took place at a party hosted by American financier and convicted sex offender, Jeffery Epstein.
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On four occasions Trump defended himself by saying that he had never met the victims but his lies were debunked after photographs and videos proved he had prior interaction with the women.
“You can’t rape your own wife” and “believe me, she wouldn’t be my first choice” are just two of Trump’s many remarks that seem to corroborate the allegations against him.
Articles and interview clips of Trump show that he believes there are no consequences for his actions particularly regarding those towards women.
A 2005 episode of Access Hollywood resurfaced in 2016 with Trump using crude language as he spoke of grabbing women by their genitals.
Regardless of how you feel about any of the other candidates in the race, nobody should support Donald Trump.
Your like or dislike for Trump is about far more than politics — it’s about morals.
Trump, who has no prior experience in our governmental system, has divided a country that he was unfit to lead from the beginning.
From failing to properly condemn hate groups, to restricting opportunities for immigrants protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and separating immigrant children from their parents at the border, Trump’s presidential term instilled fear in countless Americans.