Trump barking again from his racist hole
BY SOUMANOU SALIFOU
Sadly enough, the despicable fraud that rose to the presidency of our beloved United States of America two and a half years ago with help from our historical enemy Russia and by pitting us against one another, is barking again from his racist hole, as the 2020 election looms and he’s more scared than ever.
In a tweet over the weekend, Donald Trump said about four members of congress of color that they “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe,” then asked them to “go back.” (The lawmakers earlier today blasted Trump in a newsconference.)
Several books based on inside stories that have exposed the little mind of this awful man no one, including himself, believed would be elected president of our country, have described his intellectual aptitude as close to that of a five-year-old. But one would think he’s at least mature enough to know that our country, the world’s largest economy, the unparalleled military power and, yes, still a leader in technologies, has drawn its leadership position from being a nation of immigrants!
1921 Nobel Prize laureate in physics, Albert Einstein, the German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity—one of the two pillars of modern physics—became an American citizen in 1940 and died in New Jersey in 1955. The contributions of contemporary African immigrants of diverse backgrounds to our adopted country cannot be overstated. African immigrants, who abide by the law and pay their taxes unlike Donald Trump, are the group of immigrants with the highest percentage of Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate degrees that ranks high when comparing those that hold professional positions in management, business, science, and arts. The contribution of a Dikembe Mutombo from the Congo to the game of basketball, the dedication of hundreds of African immigrants who routinely save American lives as doctors, nurses and firefighters, or protect us against terror, speak for themselves.
We and our children will be among the first American citizens to cast their votes to kick Trump out of our house that he has illegitimately occupied for 30 months and counting, the majestic White House built on the sweat and blood of our ancestors, the slaves who quarried and cut the rough stones to build the White House.
This is our new homeland, Donald Trump. We are going nowhere. Bark as loud as you can, on November 4, 2020 we’ll take back the key you stole on November 6, 2016 so you can face justice and spend the rest of your life where you belong.