Civil rights museum DENIES Donald Trump’s request to visit – statement proves who the real racists are

The Donald Trump campaign was reportedly denied access to a Greensboro, North Carolina civil rights museum, allegedly because they couldn’t meet the campaign’s list of requests, which begs the question, who are the real racists here?

Earl Jones, the director of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum said he was contacted by the Trump campaign last weekend with the request, according to CBS local affiliate WFMY News 2.

Clip via WFMY 2 News

Jones said that the campaign requested thew visit for Tuesday, to coincide with Trump’s speaking engagement that day at High Point University, located at nearby High Point, North Carolina.

The request was denied for purely subjective reasons.

“We did not honor the request of the Donald Trump team because we thought they demonstrated, in their approach was disrespectful, so therefore we did not grant that request,” Jones said.

Jones claimed that the Trump staff members requesting the visit were rude and demanded a five-hour window that the museum be closed.

“The approach, the type of disrespect, pretty much a demand and bullying us to use the museum in their manner and their way in their time, it was inappropriate and I think it’s probably reflective of the type of insensitivity of civil rights and human rights that’s reflective from Trump over the years,” said Jones.

He added that he believed the request wasn’t sincere.

What was really behind Jones’ denial?

Jones said that if the Hillary Clinton campaign had made the same demands they would be denied.

Deny Clinton? People weren’t so sure.

And the irony of a civil rights museum discriminating against a particular candidate was as thick as molasses, and wasn’t lost on anyone.

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