Yes, we know. It’s probably a little inconsiderate to insinuate someone is dumb. And maybe it’s a little beneath a president to belittle a congresswoman.
But apparently, it’s also racist.
That is if the charge is being leveled against someone with more melanin than the average person.
If you point out that a black person isn’t among the sharpest knives in the drawer, you’re a racist. But wait.
If that’s true, why oh why weren’t the lefties crying foul when Ben Carson was assailed during the primary campaign or perhaps Justice Clarence Thomas when he was repeatedly and viciously attacked?
So, let’s get this straight: if you offer negative remarks about any liberal minority member, you’re a racist.
Otherwise, carry on.
Here’s more from Redstate…
Over the weekend, Donald Trump held a rally for GOP Congressional candidate Rick Saccone in Moon Township in southwestern Pennsylvania. It was vintage Trump. Whether that is good or bad depends on who you are. In addition to not making friends in the press (I don’t know anything about Chuck Todd’s parentage and I think he looks more like a stunned mullet than sleepy, but Maggie Haberman was thought to be a flunky by the Clinton campaign), President Trump took a shot at California Congresswoman Maxine Waters:
“We have to defeat Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters, a very low I.Q. individual. You ever see her? You ever seen her? You ever see her? ‘We will impeach him! We will impeach the president!’ But he hasn’t done anything wrong. It doesn’t matter, we will impeach him! She’s a low I.Q. individual. You can’t help it. She really is.”