Karma is a Bitch: It’s a Lesson Trump is Learning the Hard Way

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Description automatically generatedKarma is a bitch, and Donald J. Trump Sr. is getting his for insulting Black women and influencing his vicious supporters to harm them. The Black women he has verbally assaulted hold his very life in their hands.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

Former President Donald J. Trump’s attack on Black women again became a major news story last week. Multiple news accounts show that Trump verbally abused Black women for six years.

Still, his latest attack on Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who indicted Trump on multiple criminal violations of the state’s RICO law, could result in Trump donning an orange jumpsuit.

However, his attacks on prominent Black women, including Willis, caused major media political reporters and lawyers to call him out for his hateful, dangerous rhetoric against powerful Black women.

“Unlike the other cases, race is going to play a central role in the Georgia case in all kinds of ways. We all know Trump is probably more sensitive to Black women than he is to other people, and the Fulton County jury pool will be largely African American if it stays here”, Eric Segall, the Kathy & Lawrence Ashe Professor of Law at Georgia State University, told CNN’s John Berman.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

In 2018, Newsweek ran a story documenting Donald Trump’s verbal attacks on six Black women three days after the midterm elections, resulting in Democrats taking control of the House from Republicans.

Trump accused former First Lady Michelle Obama of creating controversy for money because “…she got paid a lot of money for writing a book and they (publishers) always insist on controversial…” Trump lashed out because Michelle wrote in “Becoming” that she would never forgive Trump for creating the “birther” conspiracy theory that claimed her husband was not born in the United States. “Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family’s safety at risk,” she wrote.

During his tenure in the oval office, Donald Trump said he “heard” Democratic candidate Kamala Harris “doesn’t qualify” to serve as U.S. vice-president, amplifying a fringe legal theory critics decry as racist. That Harris is not American-born. VP Harris was born in the U.S. to a Jamaican father and Indian mother in Oakland, California.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

Trump called April Ryan, a veteran White House correspondent, Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, and CNN contributor, “nasty” and a “loser.”

“I watch her get up, I mean, you talk about somebody that’s a loser,” Trump said. “She doesn’t know what the hell she’s doing. She gets publicity, and then she gets a pay raise, or she gets a contract with, I think, CNN. But she’s very nasty, and she shouldn’t be, she shouldn’t be.”

During a press conference, Trump accused Yamiche Alcindor of asking a “racist question.” Alcindor had asked Trump if his reference to himself as a “nationalist”—rather than a globalist—was in support of white nationalists, according to Newsweek.

Without naming her, Trump questioned the competence of Florida’s Broward County supervisor of elections, Brenda Snipes. “If you look at Broward County, they have had a horrible history, and if you look at the person—in this case, a woman—involved, she has a horrible history,” Trump said of Snipes. Trump insinuated that Snipes was the reason for Rick Scott’s slim victory. He claimed Scott won comfortably, but his vote count was diminishing every hour.  

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

“Mia Love gave me no love. And she lost,” Trump said. “Too bad. Sorry about that, Mia.” In 2015, Love was the first black Republican woman to be elected to Congress. She was also the first Haitian-American to win a Utah seat.

Abby D. Phillip, a CNN political reporter, was slammed by Trump for asking a “stupid question.” When Phillips asked Trump to expect his new acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, to reign in Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who was investigating Trump for obstruction of Congress and other alleged crimes, he replied, “What a stupid question that is. What a stupid question. But I watch you a lot—you ask a lot of stupid questions.”

CNN defended Phillip in a tweet: Statement: @abbydphillip did not ask a “stupid” question today at the White House. In fact, she asked the most pertinent question of the day. The @realDonaldTrump’s personal insults are nothing new. And never surprising.

Jani Beg, a tweeter, took CNN to task for normalizing Trump’s misogynistic behavior: “This tweet seems to say “That’s just Trump, get used to it.” That is a pretty sorry-ass way of defending your reporter against an incompetent, lying, racist buffoon bully.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

But who can forget the damage Trump and his attorney Rudy Guliani’s verbal attacks have caused Wandrea “Shaye” Moss, a voter registration officer in Fulton County, and Ruby Freeman, Moss’s mother and a temp worker for the 2020 election. These women have had to move from their homes, received death threats, and have had their lives permanently altered, and not for the good. These innocent poll workers were accused of stealing votes for Joe Biden during the 2020 election.

Freeman and Moss sued OAN (One America Network) officials and former U.S. President Donald Trump’s ex-lawyer Rudy Giuliani for allegedly spreading lies about them in their efforts to overturn Trump’s election loss.

In September 2022, Trump referred to New York Attorney General Letitia James as a “peekaboo,” but reading between the lines, he probably meant “jigaboo.” Trump spewed the racist epithet after James filed a $250 million lawsuit accusing Donald Trump and his family real estate company of fraud and that the Trump Organization’s assets were inflated or deflated for loan, insurance, and tax purposes. A trial date has been set for Oct. 2, 2023.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

Former Democratic South Carolina State Rep. Bakari T. Sellers is an American attorney and CNN political commentator who said he doesn’t think Donald Trump will be fond of the Fulton County jury pool and doesn’t want to be tried in Atlanta. Sellers also think Trump has a problem with Black women. “He doesn’t deal well with Black women, Sellers said, pointing out Trump’s troubles with Black women journalists Yamiche Alcindor and Abby Phillip. “Now he’s dealing with Fani Willis.”

MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell acknowledged Trump’s issue with Black women last week but admired those attacked for standing up to the racist and white nationalists who once occupied the Oval. “Strong Black women standing up to Donald Trump is something to behold,” Mitchell commented.

Most recently, Trump’s vile rhetoric is reserved for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and federal D.C. District Judge Tanya Chutkan.

FactCheck.org published Trump’s lies about Willis this month: “They say there’s a young woman, a young racist in Atlanta. She’s a racist. And they say, I guess they say that she was after a certain gang, and she ended up having an affair with the head of the gang or a gang member,” Trump said in his remarks. “And this is the person that wants to indict me. She’s got a lot of problems.”

Last week, the AP reported that Trump verbally attacked U.S. District Judge Tanya Chatman, who will preside over Trump’s election fraud case, after the judge warned him not to make inflammatory statements about the lawsuit.

“Your client’s defense is supposed to happen in this courtroom, not on the internet,” Chutkan told Trump’s lawyers.

Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson

However, the judge’s admonishment didn’t stop Trump from flapping his gums. The former president posted posts on his social media network last Monday, calling U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan “highly partisan” and “VERY BIASED & UNFAIR!”

More to the point, Trump’s hate speech has caused his followers to lodge death threats against these Black women. Indeed, after his comments about Chutkan, a Texas woman threatened to kill Chutkan, U.S. Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee (D-TX) (both are Black) and others.

According to the Associated Press, Abigail Jo Shry of Alvin, Texas, who was tracked down and arrested, called the federal courthouse in Washington D.C. and left a threatening message — using a racist term for U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan — on Aug. 5, according to court documents. It’s said she called Chutkan a nigger.

In the call, Shry told the judge, who is overseeing the election conspiracy case against Trump, “You are in our sights, we want to kill you.”

Prosecutors allege Shry also said, “If Trump doesn’t get elected in 2024, we are coming to kill you.” She also threatened to kill U.S. Rep. Lee, a Texas Democrat running for mayor of Houston, according to court documents.

Trump may have finally discovered what most of us know, don’t mess with Black women. They don’t play. Upon the advice of his attorney, Trump canceled an upcoming press conference about this case and his four indictments and trials for allegedly running a criminal enterprise and conspiring to overthrow a free and fair election.

One thought on “Karma Will Teach Trump a Lesson”
  1. Seems like the Only black man in this case Harrison Floyd was denied bond. But you won’t go there . The media won’t go there.
    Karma is going to go There! Release Harrison Floyd Now!

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