Great Britain’s The Guardian.com still leads the world’s anti Trump pitchforks.

We stand together against Donald Trump’s toxic agenda

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Racism, sexism, misogyny, Islamophobia, antisemitism, homophobia, war mongering, climate change denial or policies designed to boost the wealth of the already super-rich should not be rewarded or celebrated in this country…

Many of President Trump’s statements have been fact checked especially by the Toronto Star. The way they fact check what President Trump says is to demand evidence to demonstrate that the hundreds of statements he has made are true. The Guardian should be circumspect enough to recognize that their charges of racism, sexism, misogyny(aren’t mysogynists sexists?) antisemitism, homophobia should be supported by evidence. Furthermore these epithets characterizing President Trump seem rhetorically and grammatically uncontrolled in their violence. The list of people who have permitted their names to be associated with the Guardian’s violent diction is frightening. Are they as angry as The Guardian and as out of control as The Guardian editors? Have they all read this explosive document with their names on it? Are they all poor? Is Bianca Jagger poor? Is David Milibrand poor?

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