February is the racist month known as Black History Month. Note that there is no White History Month. President Donald Trump tried to deliver a speech kicking off Black History Month, but many say his speech lacked honesty and wasn’t genuine.
Happy Black History Month, everyone. Have you heard about the greatness and persecution of Donald J. Trump?
The president of the United States held an “African-American History Month listening session” in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Wednesday. He began with a five-minute monologue that was more about himself — his campaign, his popularity, his alleged mistreatment by the media — than it was about African-Americans.
It was similar in style to his speech a week and a half prior in front of the memorial wall at the Central Intelligence Agency: conventional scripted statements mixed with a distinctly Trumpian improvised stew of boasting, complaining and rambling. This one elicited the same kind of offence from the black community as that one did the intelligence community.
“OH. MY. EFFING. GAWD. Trump’s Black History Month speech is an abomination,” Sil Lai Abrams, author of the book Black Lotus, wrote in a representative post on Twitter.