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UCLA Study of Trump’s Tweets Claims to ‘Prove’ He is a Bigot

UCLA Study of Trump’s Tweets Claims to ‘Prove’ He is a Bigot

“Trump used generalizations and loaded words”

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Well, if a UCLA study confirms this it just must be true. Right?

The College Fix reports:

UCLA study analyzes over 6,000 Trump tweets, ‘proves’ he’s a bigot

Students at UCLA have scrutinized over 6,300 Donald Trump tweets and speeches and determined that “his language shows an anti-immigrant bias and ‘false narrative.’”

The study by the César E. Chávez Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies (don’t they use “Chicanx” yet?) was utilized by several state attorneys in support of maintaining DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

According to Law & Crime, the students’ research concludes “Trump used generalizations and loaded words to promote the idea that immigrants–particularly Latinos–are criminals, Mexico is an enemy, and that Trump will protect American citizens, who are victims of an invasion of criminal aliens.”

A tweet from this past June noted Mexico is “the second deadliest country in the world after only Syria,” and another from candidate Trump in 2015 proclaimed “Mexico is killing the United States economically because their leaders and negotiators are FAR smarter than ours. But nobody beats Trump!”

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Comments

Ooohh, a “false narrative”—these sound like Chinese students who are peeved that they missed the Cultural Revolution.

The Friendly Grizzly | January 4, 2018 at 9:20 am

Something I find myself wondering. If student loans either didn’t exist, or were very hard to get, would grievande-group studies majors even be offered?

What are your thoughts, gang?

    Of course they would, because it would be racist not to. And there would be a lawsuit filed to make sure that content was required.

    I wish I was being completely sarcastic….

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