Trump, Blue Lives Matter & The Fallacy of America As A Nation
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After watching the news over the past few weeks, It's becoming more evident that America is nothing more than a joke of a nation. From immigration to crooked politicians, the US can now be labelled as a true fallacy. Law enforcement is still doing dirt on camera and are still getting away with it. The blatant disrespect to each other is out of hand, and the scam that's known as blue lives matter has fully been exposed as just another American fraud. America is an empire, but it's far from great. If you asked most logical-minded people, then would totally agree that country never was great to begin with. As with all other empires throughout time, this country will come to its knees.
If you disagree with my argument, then you're more than welcome to discuss it with me. As with all my arguments, I'm simply looking to create dialogue rather than trying to win a debate.
- Sometimes, white people call the cops on black people for not doing anything serious
- Some illegal aliens are angry that they have to be deported from the United States
- The majority of the #metoo movement is nonsensical
Where are those thousands of job positions that Trump was suppose to be bringing back to the US?