MAGA Hat Stands for End of Elites
In spite of the entire Democrat press (and their Hollywood and academia friends) getting the Covington story wrong, and the complete video then exposing the real bad actors in the confrontation, the two Washington Post writers in the Sun Focus section insist on the students’ blame for the entire thing.
How? Why, their hats, of course!
Molly Roberts claims, “Anyone who wears a MAGA hat knows what it stands for.” Robin Givhan states, “To wear a MAGA hat is to wrap oneself in a Confederate flag (and is) just as woeful and ugly.” She further claims that “to deny the hat’s message is to be in denial ... about a familiar, festering truth.” Obviously, readers are meant to imply the most horrible motives from the writers’ vague hints.
Sadly, they don’t understand that the Trump logo has simply addressed the eight years of the previous administration announcing to the world, over and over, that America was not so great, after all. The reality is that the people who voted to install Trump in the White House had grown awfully tired of this pathetic behavior towards the local and global elites. These same people are those who had sent their boys to fight wars and save hundreds of millions of people throughout the globe, being rewarded with millions of dead and wounded since our founding. And this country should not be allowed to restore its own greatness, in the minds of its citizens and the rest of the world?
No, to these writers, the problem is “Trumpism in its entitled deplorability.”
Hillary, was that you? Hillary?