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Before Trump, Nobody Knew What Juneteenth Was

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
 

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I did notice he mentioned it when he let that kid mow the White House lawn..
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
Now you’re trying to pass off a book as “news”?

Adapted from ‘Frankly We Did Win This Election’: The Inside Story of How Donald Trump Lost by Michael C. Bender”
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Usually you freeze because it's February..
 
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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Business as usual with a few lessons about Martin Luther King. If it were more than that, you'd be losing your mind about it.
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Business as usual with a few lessons about Martin Luther King. If it were more than that, you'd be losing your mind about it.
So they dont mention downtrodden blacks in Black History Month?
 
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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Business as usual with a few lessons about Martin Luther King. If it were more than that, you'd be losing your mind about it.
So they dont mention downtrodden blacks in Black History Month?
What policies or system made them "downtrodden" for such a long period of time??

Were these policies systemic and widespread??

Did this has some long-lasting effect??

And how did a system like that operate for so long and supposedly went away so quickly...what happened??
 
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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Business as usual with a few lessons about Martin Luther King. If it were more than that, you'd be losing your mind about it.
So they dont mention downtrodden blacks in Black History Month?
What policies or system made them "downtrodden" for such a long period of time??

Were these policies systemic and widespread??

Did this has some long-lasting effect??

And how did a system like that operate for so long and supposedly went away so quickly...what happened??
I was being sarcastic. They havent been downtrodden since the 60s and everyone was downtrodden before then.
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
People on this forum whine about not having a White History Month. :lol:
 
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Biden made it a holiday without even knowing what it was.
So now Juneteenth is a celebration of a massacre of blacks?
It's funny that Juneteenth has been around for almost 150 years and fragile cucks like yourself still don't know what it commemorates.....
And neither did Biden in the video above.
Seems like in that short clip he conflated Juneteenth with the Tulsa massacre.....


And somehow still managed to sign the bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday....
 
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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
Business as usual with a few lessons about Martin Luther King. If it were more than that, you'd be losing your mind about it.
So they dont mention downtrodden blacks in Black History Month?
What policies or system made them "downtrodden" for such a long period of time??

Were these policies systemic and widespread??

Did this has some long-lasting effect??

And how did a system like that operate for so long and supposedly went away so quickly...what happened??
I was being sarcastic. They havent been downtrodden since the 60s and everyone was downtrodden before then.
Explain how everyone was downtrodden before then?

When was this time in American history when "everyone was down trodden"??

Was there a systemic policy of dehumanizing and oppressing white folks for being white that carried on for 300 plus years?

Can you tell me about these "white code" policies that criminalized white people??

I'll wait
 

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"It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. Parscale recommended holding the Tulsa rally on June 19. No one on Parscale’s team flagged that day. When staffers inside the Republican National Committee heard about the plans, they immediately pushed back. “Don’t do this,” Ronna McDaniel, the RNC chairwoman, told Parscale. “The media is not going to give us the benefit of the doubt, especially now.“It will be Friday,” Trump said. “Friday night. Next week.” Juneteenth.

The backlash shocked Trump. He started quizzing everyone around him.
“Do you know what [Juneteenth] is?” Trump would ask. He was surprised to find out that his administration had put out statements in each of his first three years in office commemorating Juneteenth. “Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?” Each statement, put out in his name, included a description of the holiday. But such details were irrelevant to him. Instead, he insisted, “I did something good.” “I made Juneteenth very famous,” he said."

Trump is right....if it wasn't for him; nobody would even know what Juneteenth is (aside from darkies and 8 or 9 Jews).....Yea, he had no idea that people in his staff knew about it enough to issue "Happy Juneteenth" proclamations on his behalf, the fact is -- nobody who mattered knew what Juneteenth was....so thanks to Trump and how much of a disaster that Tulsa rally was last year -- now everyone knows about Juneteenth.
American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.
So what happens in Black History Month?
People on this forum whine about not having a White History Month. :lol:
 

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American schools don't teach about the horrors done against black people here. Too much of the country wants patriotic propaganda spewed at their kids, like the Chinese and Soviets.

The schools are run by lefty Democrat-unelected-bureaucrats the last thing they want is our children being taught how racist that party was and still is. Teaching American patriotism is only propaganda to a far-left Marxist.
 

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