This Week in Quotes

And now we’ve got the Congressional Black Caucus here in Washington, DC, today will be leading a protest and they have declared Donald Trump to be a racist. Now, why are they the authority on that? I call them the self-segregating caucus, and so, they long ago moved away from the integration that we really need in this country. — Steve King

According to the most recent study by the Dept. of Justice, although blacks were only about 15% of the population in the 75 largest counties in the U.S., they were charged with 62% of all robberies, 57% of murders, and 45% of assaults.

In New York City, blacks commit over three quarters of all shootings, though they are only 25% of the city’s population. Whites, by contrast, commit only 2% of all shootings, though they are 34% of the population.

New York’s crime disparities are repeated in virtually every racially diverse city in America. — Heather MacDonald

I think the most important part is the contrast in him having a book versus a gun. But in my mind and in most of the community’s mind, it really doesn’t matter if he had a gun. — President of the Charlotte chapter of the NAACP Corine Mack

Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump. It’s everyone who’s ever doubted Donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him… — Omarosa

The grievance in their minds (of the Charlotte protesters) – the animus, the anger – they hate white people because white people are successful and they’re not. — U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger

Those people need to get on board. And if they’re thinking they’re going to run again someday, I think that we’re going to evaluate the process — of the nomination process and I don’t think it’s going to be that easy for them. — Rence Priebus

Along the way, I noted that in Europe the arithmetic is pretty crude: if you have a lot of Muslims (as do France, Belgium and Germany), you have a lot of terrorism; if you have hardly any Muslims (as do Poland and the Czech Republic), you have no terrorism. — Mark Steyn

“In politics, there’s always criticism. If no one is throwing rocks at you, you’re not doing much of anything. I’ve discussed it with both Heidi and my dad. I love my wife. I love my dad. Both of them have forgiven Donald. I have forgiven him. This is not personal. This is not about our family. It’s about the country. — Ted Cruz on his endorsement of Donald Trump

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