This double standard would be unremarkable if it were a one-off. But it's becoming pretty apparent the US President – the leader of a vast and complex nation in which violence comes in many forms and cloaked in many ideologies of hate – is only exercised by acts that fit a particular narrative.
The worst part is not how much or how little Trump can do but what he has already unleashed on the people.
Is this the evil of a world power, or an exhibitionism that imperial Rome would have wanted?
Because the act was insane, we assume that it could only have been committed by a crazy person. As if hate couldn’t exist outside of insanity.
The distrustful and disdainful looks shown to Jorge Vásquez, a Univision cameraman, concerned us, and at times, gave us the shivers. Vásquez is an experienced photographer who has covered wars and drug trafficking. He has also worked on stories about racial conflict.
He is short and dark, with brown eyes. It is [Read more]