I haven’t fully researched all of what Trumps view are towards different people, but it seems like the majority of people believe him to be a racist, xenophobic, homophobic, and a misogynist.
There are two common arguments made by the anti-Trump group to try to justify their rage towards the results of the election and to those who voted for Trump (or just didn’t vote for Hilary).
- “If you vote for Trump. You are a racist.”
Now a rebuttal to that would be that the voter wasn’t voting for Trump in order to be racist. They were voting because they are pro-life, want to repeal Obamacare, want to de-legalize gay marriage, etc.
Then they will use this argument.
- “You may not be voting for Trump because you are racist, but your vote acknowledges that racism isn’t a deal breaker”
This is a nicer and more indirect way of accusing a Trump supporter of being racist.
I didn’t vote for Trump (I voted for Mike Maturen), but I know a lot of sincere, God-fearing Catholics who did vote for him and I know they aren’t racist. They just want to protect the unborn and keep the sanctity of marriage.
How would one show that Argument #2 is a false generalization?