President Trump has undoubtedly sown racial division in this country by fueling anxiety over race with white supremacist who are putting action to his rhetoric. Trump is returning to the inflammatory playbook that helped lift him to victory nearly two years ago, waging a campaign of fear and racial division in an effort to save his party’s majorities in Congress. With just six days left before the midterm elections, Trump is amplifying a dark vision of what the country could look like if Democrats gain control in Congress. At campaign rallies, on Twitter and in his public commentary, he has issued urgent – if groundless – warnings about terrorists at the border, a socialist takeover and rampant crime.
In the meantime, a white racist national walked into a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA and killed 12 people during worship. The attack is believed to be the deadliest on the Jewish community in US history. Then over in Kentucky a white man entered a Kroger's supermarket and shot and killed a black man and woman after trying to enter a predominantly black church nearby. These incidents were hate crimes!
Join us at 6:30 p.m. EST on "Conversations Of A Sistah" with Host Tracy L. Bell for her commentary on "The Racial Divide & The Upcoming 2018 Midterms"
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