Trump hired the head of Breitbart “News” to be CEO of his campaign. Here’s a sample of their work: pic.twitter.com/y8loOnkbNu
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 25, 2016
In the Trumpnited States of MAGAmerica, a president who makes a white supremacist one of his top advisers is not divisive. Noting that the white supremacist advising the president is in fact a white supremacist is divisive and irresponsible. So everyone should shut up.
Jason Miller, ambulatory pout and communications directors for Trump’s transition team, elaborates.
“What I think is frustrating is when we see so much news coverage, particularly on this network, unfortunately, on the issues that divide us following the election,” Jason Miller, communications director of Donald Trump’s transition team, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day.”
The appointment of Bannon, the brains behind the far-right Breitbart News outlet, has been criticized because of Bannon’s connections to the alt-right movement, which has promoted ideology steeped in white nationalism, misogyny and anti-Semitism. His polarizing persona is a stark contrast to the message of unity that Trump’s team has been promoting since the business mogul defeated Hillary Clinton last week to win the US presidency.
Miller said that recent media coverage has been “irresponsible” and that positive aspects of Trump’s victory are not getting as much attention.
For example, why does no one talk about the huge boost Trump’s victory has been to the morale of neo-nazis, white supremacists and affiliated scum across the nation?