Rob Reiner Embarks On "Trump & His Supporters are Racist" National TV Tour

Chris Menahan
May. 05, 2016

Hollywood director Rob Reiner has embarked on a national TV tour where he's going from show to show accusing Trump and his supporters of being "racist," at least that's what one would have to assume from his last two appearances on TV.

Asked to explain Trump's popular support on MSNBC, Reiner explained, "There are a lot of people who are racist," drawing gasps from Joe Scarborough.

"Oh my God, did you just say that?" Scarborough asked, "You just said that."

"Well, that's true," Reiner said.

This should give you a good idea of how the left is planning to win the coming election.

Reiner said the same yesterday on The View, but this time said Trump is a racist, as are his supporters:

"If Donald Trump wasn't a celebrity, if there was a man that said the things that he has said, hed be a crazy man in the park on a soapbox that youd walk by," Reiner said.

"Between banning Muslims, throwing out Latinos, women being punished, it's an astounding list of ignorance and bigotry and xenophobia and racism."

Fact of the matter is "racist" doesn't mean anything except "white."

Trump gets a lot of support from white people, therefor he's "racist." Obama got 96% of the black vote, with tons of African-Americans openly saying they're only voting for him "because he's black," (Larry Wilmore even repeated this during the national correspondents dinner last week) but that's not racist.

Hillary counting on Latinos and African-Americans to vote for her as a single block is not racist.

Saying "Black Lives Matter" and booing people who say "All Lives Matter" is not racist.

No sir, only evil "white people" can be racist, because of the color of their skin.

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