Day 86: Animals Attack Legal Immigrant From Togo

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Another person wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat has been attacked:


The victim this time was a patriotic legal immigrant from Togo named Atsu Nable:

Response from the leftwing media propagandists? Crickets, of course. My response has been to wear my red MAGA hat in solidarity with Mr. Nable.

After work, as I was strolling down Broadway, I came to the long dimly lit stretch of sidewalk that runs the length of City Hall Park. I noticed a black man crossing Broadway, heading right towards me. He slowed down when he got near me, then beamed and yelled out “Make America great again, brother!”

We both laughed uproariously. Thank you, my American brother; I wore the smile you gave me for several blocks.

At Fulton Street, while waiting for an A train to Brooklyn I decided to travel incognito, replacing my red MAGA hat with my plain red hat. Looking around the platform, I saw a swarthy young man (Italian / Puerto Rican?) dressed entirely in red, white and blue. It could not have been a coincidence. Nearby was a young man (Black) also dressed in red, white, and blue. An older black gentleman near him was wearing a plain red hat.

When I boarded the train, I sat across from a young black woman who bore a striking resemblance to Candace Owens. She was carrying a knapsack decorated like an American flag: red and white stripes in the lower part; white stars on a blue field in the upper part.

If I—the only white person in the car—had worn my red MAGA hat, it would have completely changed the gestalt, probably fanning the flames of some people’s unfounded and racist resentment against all white people. I forgive them; I understand that many black people have had a rough life. On the other hand, so have many white people.

If only they could understand that I—and millions of other Conservatives—want America to be great for all Americans.



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