It’s sad that the politics of hate instilled by Obama have spilled over into the tenure of Trump. Obama is the one that encouraged Black Lives Matter, which is now snowballed into racial divisiveness that may take decades to cure.
Unfortunately, some liberals have carried on the torch from Obama and took it upon themselves to further this sort of hatred, which was expressed in a new op-ed in the New York Times.
One African-American professor questioned whether his children could make friends with white prople while Trump is leading us.
This is what he wrote in his article “Can My Children Be Friends With White People?”:
“It’s not possible to convey the fear I feel for my child. Trump’s victory has made it clear – I will teach my children the lesson generations old – to be cautious, suspicios and distrusted.
I will have to have this conversation with them much sooner than I expected. You can’t have real friendship if you are not able to trust others and without knowing that your well-being is important to them. The desire to maintain power over others destroys every possibility of friendship.”
He then said something about Martin Luther King Jr.’s “dream of black and white children holding hands” – “history has provided little reason for people of color to trust white people. I will teach my boys to doubt the possibility of friendship with white people”.
Does this make the professor a racist? Take a look below: