> I'm sure this played a role. A lot of white folks aren't okay with the power structure
> changing. They see others obtaining rights they were denied for decades as an infringement
> of their rights and freedoms. They see immigrants as the problem when you can't blame
> someone who comes to work everyday.
Total nonsense. None of that is true. 30% of Hispanics and Asians voted for Trump. Has more to do with where folks live and the "working class" than this racial crap that the left is trying to pin on conservatives. A lot of minority Trump voters live and work in the same rural areas Trump won. They run businesses, churches, etc and are a part of the community like anyone else.
> You blame the person who hires them and pays
> them pennies on the dollar. You come to this country with $100 in your pocket, you
> don't know anyone, you find work and a place to stay and you make your way up. When
> you come from a 3rd world country where a weeks pay is $8 then you come to the states
> and you make $3 an hour laboring off the books you think you've made it big and don't
> realize your employer is undercutting honest wages. All you see is an uptick of 6000%
> in your earning potential.
It's like slavery when compared to American salaries and a large reason people are against illegal
> Plus you've got to remember a lot of white America is having daughters that are breeding
> with people of color. If your white daughters keep fudging black dudes the culture
> and numbers will keep changing.
Interesting way to put that... Kind of puts a huge hole in your narrative.
Also... Prime wrote:
> For me it's about acceptance
>you spoiled little white doges.