These people are living in an entirely different universe:
“As police shootings of blacks continue, as anti-Muslim speech and violence intensifies, and as Donald Trump surfs a wave of Alt-Right bigotry toward the White House, I can’t help flashing back to the Alabama of my childhood, half a century ago. I grew up in a small town during the heyday of George Wallace and the turbulence of the Civil Rights movement, when wholesale hatred and violence from angry whites were directed against African Americans seeking equality. …”
Ferguson. Baltimore. Dallas. Baton Rouge. Charlotte. Sylacauga.
The violent South is already here and it is blacks who are being egged on by the #LyingPress and who are engaging in mob violence, assassinations of police officers, and mob beatings of Whites. The only question is how long this kind of thing can go on as a feature of everyday life before it ignites the inevitable reaction.
The immediate threat of a violent South is a Trump victory on November 8th. That’s the most likely scenario that will lead to violence. The violence will come from the Black Lives Matter movement which will have a public meltdown in our cities. Otherwise, if Trump loses the election, there will likely be a lot of saber-rattling and fiery rhetoric, but it will settle down by January. Whites are far less likely to riot after the election.
As for Muslims, what happened in Chattanooga and Orlando? Are Muslim terrorist attacks not already evidence of a violent South? Assuming Hillary wins the election and more Muslim refugees are admitted to the United States and we have more Muslim immigration, why wouldn’t the United States follow the trajectory of Europe? Shouldn’t we expect more acts of jihad given how that is a feature of a large Muslim minority the world over?
Once again, we already have a violent South and a violent America. Black mob violence and Muslim terrorist attacks are now a feature of American life, not White people rioting, lynching blacks, or Christians terrorist attacks. We can look forward to much more of that in the years to come if Hillary Clinton is elected president.