Hate should not be the foundation on which voters cast their ballots.
[T]he the fanaticism that cost human lives on Saturday is fed by the anti-Mexican propaganda that oozes out of the White House.
Let there be no mistake, the United States is the victim of a destructive far-right terrorism.
Trump doesn’t condemn. Trump incites. Trump instigates. Then Trump absolves himself, decrying the tactics if they are especially notorious but not the motivation.
After years of acting irresponsibly, the giants of the internet have addressed moderation with success, more or less.
Trump's rabble-rousing rhetoric is based on a winning-at-all-cost attitude that accepts no criticism and knows no compromise. While that is a problematic disposition in a person, it is a dangerous disposition in the president of the world's most powerful nation.
Hate seems to be becoming a political tool like any other.