It’s really not that hard once you figure out what to look for. One way is to look at their inconsistency on certain topics and how regardless of the topic they always manage to wind on up on the opposite side of the group they are racist against.It's one thing to criticize a government for its policies. It's a different matter to hate an entire people because of their ethnicity or religion.
The hard part is figuring out where and how someone crosses the line from valid criticism to racism or anti-semitism.
Similar to how people dealt with Obama. If you criticize Obama, is it a valid critique of a politician, or is there an underlying feeling of racism because of his skin color?
To really know, in most cases, you would have to be able to look inside a person's heart and soul. Not easy to do. Most people don't walk down the street wearing a sign that says "I'm a racist."
Case in point; folks who claim their love for America is why they are for immigration laws/walls or are against healthcare reform like the ACA.........but then miraculously are for the confederacy and statues of traitors?
Racists are really stupid, it’s not that hard to expose them. Trump did it unintentionally when he openly sought their vote. He’s too stupid to be subtle and the racists just fell in love with his “straight” talk. Also known as openly racist talk.
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