It’s April 19th and the world has come together to fight this Covid19 virus by staying at home. Well, except for a few hate-backed protestors who are driving around city hall in their pick-em-up trucks behaving like jerks. Who are these people? They are followers of the Trump cult who are being used to disrupt the system. They are being fed lies by the right-wing hate people who are just plan evil. Nothing more nothing less. It’s a fitting day for it too, for on this in 1995 the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms building in Oklahoma City was shattered by a massive truck-bomb parked outside the building by Timothy McVeigh. Seems McVeigh was upset over the Waco affair which had happened a year earlier on this day. McVeigh and his White Supremacist buddies thought they would start a revolution after being fed the same right-wing hate stuff Trump and his followers are spitting at us today. McVeigh was so brainwashed that he actually told investigators they were lying when they said there was no revolution, and that his bomb did nothing more but kill 168 people including a daycare with children in it.
So when you see the he-haws driving around city hall carrying Trump signs and yelling, “Lock her up!..,” understand they are weak, sick, brainwashed people taking no responsibility for their lives by blaming others for their ineptitude. Sound familiar? It should, it’s exactly what Trump does everyday by blaming others for his failures.
For you Trump followers I pray you wake up and see Trump for what he really is: a weak man who really believes he is always right, always perfect, always the most important person on the planet. He’s not, and as Abraham Lincoln said:
“You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”
Trump supporters are some of the people being fooled all of the time. God, when will this nightmare be over.
From the journal of Esther Hill Hawks, April 19th, 1865
School was hardly open this morning before Mr. Hurley came in and told me that
President Lincoln had been assassinated….Several of the large girls
who are in classes taught by the white southern teachers, came to me,
weeping bitterly and begged to be taken out of classes. I let them go
home at the same time and must watch my teachers for any expression of
disloyalty. The greatest gloom pervades the city….Minute guns have
been firing nearly ever since the news came; flags are at half mast.
The colored people express their sorrow and sense of loss in many cases,
with sobs and loud lamentations! No native whites are seen anywhere on
the streets….For me, I am beginning to be strong in the “fatalistic
theory.” His work was accomplished and he is removed. I will not doubt
but God has other men and means, to finish what is yet undone!
So, who was Esther Hill Hawks, you ask?
She was unable to serve as an Army Surgeon because of her gender and so
educated newly freed slaves on Hilton Head Island, South
Carolina. After the war, she established Florida’s first interracial
school, but in January 1869 her new schoolhouse was torched; she
returned to New England to practice medicine.