So if it’s in terms of whatever the choice is, I think that you can also examine individuals and situations and they will come out differently.
'So it’s not all, not every, but I do think that there’s some.'But Lili Bernand, a Cosby accuser who was born in Cuba but identifies as Black, has reiterated that racial discrimination has 'nothing to do with it'.'What about us black women whom he sexually violated?
“I want to congratulate [the] guy who keeps calling me a ‘cuckservative’—you win, dude,” Blehar tweeted sarcastically.
“It’s not just that they are leftists and cucks, it’s not just that many are genuinely stupid.
Indeed, one wonders if these people are people at all, or instead soulless golem.” How extremists who champion Trump may interact with his administration remains an open question.
'I can’t say anything, but there are certain things that I look at, and I apply to the situation, and there are so many tentacles. And I just truly believe that some of it may very well be that.' Bill Cosby (left) says racism could be to blame for his sexual assault lawsuit during his first interview on the allegations in two years.
He said this even as the interviewer noted that both white and black women - including Lili Bernard ( right) have come forward But Smerconish also noted that both Black and White women had accused him.
“So the whole PC game of ‘we can call you the R-word [Racist] and you will vaporize,’ that game has been shattered.” After Trump’s surprising win, Spencer pounced.
On Saturday, at a gathering hosted by his “identitarian” National Policy Institute in Washington, DC, he gave a speech steeped in anti-Semitism: “Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!
The media engine of this phenomenon is has also found greater purchase: One study showed that the number of followers of white nationalist Twitter accounts has grown by 600 percent over the past four years.
Among 10,000 Trump supporters sampled by an analytics firm in October, more than a third followed at least one white nationalist Twitter account.
“If you want to radically shift the Overton window, you need that far-right flank,” says white nationalist Richard Spencer, who is widely credited with helping launch the alt-right.