Trump uses word ‘lynching’ to describe impeachment scam, ‘black trauma-porn addicts’ go nuts

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President Trump took to social media early Tuesday to liken the Democratic Party’s partisan impeachment inquiry to “a lynching.”

Needless to say, the tweet sent race-baiting anti-Trump forces into a frenzy.

The president tweeted: “So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights. All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here – a lynching. But we will WIN!”

The liberal media immediately attached racial connotations to the president’s tweet.

“The president’s use of “lynching,” which elicits a time when black Americans were murdered by extrajudicial white mobs, was the subject of immediate blowback,” NBC News reported.

Never mind that there were many lynchings in America’s past that didn’t involve African-Americans.

But the left owns language in America today, and Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., was quick to remind the president of this, borrowing from Barack Obama’s line about “people who look like me.”

“You think this impeachment is a LYNCHING? What the hell is wrong with you?” he tweeted. “Do you know how many people who look like me have been lynched, since the inception of this country, by people who look like you. Delete this tweet.”

It’s all but certain that Democrats will add this to their list of far-reaching reasons why Trump should be impeached. Though the one reason not making their list is the most applicable — that the party fears they cannot defeat the president in 2020.

Rabid Never-Trump “Republicans” also seized on the opportunity, to include alleged 2020 GOP presidential challenger Joe Walsh — you’re excused if you did not know he was in the race. Outside of his household, few do.

“This morning, @realDonaldTrump said that he was the victim of a ‘lynching.’ He actually said that he was being lynched. Again, I apologize. I apologize for voting for Trump in 2016. I apologize for the role I played in helping to put this horrible human being in the White House,” Walsh tweeted.

With such feigned outrage, Walsh should do away with the suspense and change his party affiliation to Democrat.

The term “lynching” was applied by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas during his confirmation process, directed at Senate Democrats for their vicious assault on his character.

Being a black man, the left had nowhere to go.

“This is a circus. It is a national disgrace. And from my standpoint, as a black American, as far as I am concerned, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity-blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves, to have different ideas, and it is a message that, unless you kow-tow to an old order, this is what will happen to you, you will be lynched, destroyed, caricatured by a committee of the U.S. Senate, rather than hung from a tree,” Thomas wrote of the atrocity.

But for many Americans, the ongoing attempt to take out a sitting president — seen on the right as an attempted coup d’état — is no less a circus or a national disgrace.

As seen above, the use of the word “lynching” is politics is common.

BizPac Review founding partner and CEO Jack Furnari took to Twitter in response to the liberal meltdown to echo that sentiment.

“This faux outrage over @realDonaldTrump using the word ‘lynching’ is pathetic. The word is used in politics all the time and clearly used as a metaphor. And besides, no one group owns the word or governs its use,” Furnari tweeted.

Of all the responses to Trump’s tweet, the entry seen below wins the internet for the day.

“Trump used the word ‘lynching’ … Black trauma porn addicts think they have a monopoly over this term because they can’t mentally exist outside of the victimhood mindset. Cue the triggering,” wrote conservative black activist, Bryan “Hotep Jesus” Sharpe.

He also reminded America that lynchings were sometimes equal opportunity events:

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