"Except I didn't do that. "
you did. words have meaning. that was the meaning of yours.
"More proof you didn't read my post, since you referred to it as a giant wall of text"
the statement meant to illustrate the numerous occasions you generalized your statements to conservatives instead of "trump supporters" except in the last statement. it was also meant to compare y ...[text shortened]... ce it was directly after the statement he encouraged violence. my mistake, i take back that comment.
Let's just clear some things up. Here's what I didn't and am NOT saying or suggesting:
I'm NOT saying all, most or even a slight majority of conservatives are violent or racist.
What I AM saying:
That conservative culture allows or even encourages racism and violence. For example: torture. Republicans have defended "enhanced interogation", a polite word for torture, ever since Bush with Gitmo. Fox News and Dick Cheney especially were vocal defenders of torturing suspected terrorists.
Conservative rhetoric has only gotten worse, with conservative politicians using language like "bomb them back to the stone age." Only a Republican candidate could say "I'd do a lot worse than waterboarding" and dominate in primaries.
My point is about the mindset that not only allows, but often encourages or even breeds violence, lies and racism. Too few Republicans criticize Trump for this. In fact, many like Lindsey Graham or Huckabee-Sanders claim he's never said anything racist. This type of denial from Reps helps breeds racism.
Same for calling the mail bombs hoaxes or trying to blame them on the left, rather than acknowledging the bomber reacted to rhetoric of the president they constantly defend.
My post is about conservative culture, not about labeling them as violent or racist. There are many conservatives who aren't those things but help breed this mindset by denying a problem exists in their culture, or giving these things a pass just to support their agenda.