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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Tweets, Videos, & Comments About The "Send Her Back" Chant (Trump Rally July 17, 2019)

Edited by Azizi Powell

This pancocojams post presents several article excerpts, various tweets, and two YouTube videos about the "Send her back" chant that occurred at Trump's July 17, 2019 rally.

Selected comments from those YouTube videos and article excerpts are also included in this post.

The content of this post is presented for historical and socio-cultural purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to all those who are quoted in this post.

Special thanks to Illhan Omar, and the other members of "the Squad" for who they are for what they represent, for what they have accomplished, and for what they have the ability, the will, and the capability to accomplish to make the United States & the world a better place for everyone.
Click for a companion pancocojams post about this subject that is entitled "Article Excerpts About The "Send Her Back" Chant (Trump Rally July 17, 2019)". That post includes a July 20, 2019 article excerpt about Trump's reversal of his "criticisms" about this "Send her back" chant.

I divided these posts up because I think that together they were too long to read on mobile phones.

This blog post departs from my decision not to focus on politics in this cultural blog. I have published other posts on this blog on African American protest chants (click the African American protest chant tag for those posts). However, I've mostly stayed away from focusing current American politics (or even mentioning) Trump's name. But reading articles, tweets, and comments about the "Send her home" chant, and afterwards, watching videos of that rally, I feel compelled to document this historical, political, and cultural point.

To be very clear, I'm not being neutral in this post. Instead, the article excerpts, tweets, and the majority of the selected comments were selected which reflect my position as a person who considers the "Send her back" chant to be abhorrent for a number of reasons, and not just I believe that the chant is racist.

Click for an article about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY); Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA); and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), all Representatives to the United States Congress (House) who are informally known as "the Squad" Who is "the Squad"? What you need to know about Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Pressley and Tlaib by Jason Silverstein, July 16, 2019 / 7:40 PM / CBS NEWS

Twitter Excerpt #1:
From Rep. Illhan Omar
"Pinned Tweet

Ilhan Omar
Verified account

Jul 17 [2019]

You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.
-Maya Angelou

Ilhan Omar Retweeted Jon Favreau
Jon Favreau
Verified account

The crowd at Trump’s rally chanting “send her back” after the President viciously and dishonestly attacked Ilhan Omar is one of the most chilling and horrifying things I’ve ever seen in politics."
4:46 PM - 17 Jul 2019
The italics represent the minor change that I made in the way these tweets are presented on this blogfor the purposes of clarification.

Twitter Excerpt #2
From Omar Flays Trump: ‘I Believe He Is Fascist’
These selected comments are from that article's discussion thread. All of these comments are from July 18, 2019 (Numbers are added for referencing purposes only).
1. irasdad
“Though Trump claimed on Thursday that he ‘was not happy’ with the chants and that he tried to stop the chants by ‘speaking very quickly,’ in reality the President stood silently and let the chants continue…”

2. rucleare
"Preach, young lady. Preach! This year is the 150th anniversary of Gandhi’s birth. It’s about time speaking truth unabashedly to power came back into vogue."

3. missliberties
"Trump is a fascist.

Definition of fascist: a person who is extremely right-wing or authoritarian: fascists made death threats against immigrants and asylum seekers.

Definition of fascism: an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.
• (in general use) extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practice.

Racist is just such a loaded word with a long history of being distorted etc.
But fascist is really what Trump is.
They call democrats socialists and communist for having the audacity to stand up to fascism."

4. rucleare
[quoting hornblower]
Trump has actually said he tried to stop the chant. Even he is embarrassed. That itself is pretty amazing.

"Uh, no. He said he sped up talking while it was going on, not that he tried to stop it. That would have required something along the lines of raising one arms to quell the crowd and saying “There’s no room for that kind of talk here. Let’s not have that, okay?” Which. He. Did. Not. Do."

5. xpurg8d
[quoting hornblower]
Trump has actually said he tried to stop the chant. Even he is embarrassed. That itself is pretty amazing.

“He says a lot of things, and most of them aren’t true. Standing back and basking in the glow of his adorers chanting isn’t “trying to stop” anything. He truly thinks that if he didn’t chant along with them, he can claim he’s completely blameless, even though the world at large can see his orchestration.”

6. iceape
"Follow the link to her twitter and read the replies to her tweets. It is sickening."
“Sickening” here almost certainly has the standard negative definition of disgusting (something that makes you sick) and not the positive meaning from African American Vernacular English (something that is or someone who does something very well).

Here's the address for Rep. Omar's twitter account:

7. slbinva
"And he let them continue for 13 seconds, according to the New York Times, not 10 seconds, as the article here says. And he when he resumed speaking, he said nothing to indicate that he did not agree with what the crowd was chanting.

One of his toadies said something about it being “just a normal rally chant.” But I guess Goebbels said the same thing about “Sieg Heil!”

Twitter Excerpt #3
[Both of these tweets are from July 18, 2019].
1. Mona Eltahawy, July 18, 2019
‏Verified account

8h8 hours ago
“Was it a racist chant?”
“The fact that you’re still asking that question is really what’s wrong ... we have said this president is racist ... we have said he is fascist,” @IlhanMN video h/t @rerutled #IStandWithIlhan

2. Aliya Khan
5h5 hours ago

“And we are going to continue to be a nightmare to this president because his policies are a nightmare to us.” @IlhanMN #IStandWithIlhan #WelcomeHomeIlhan"

Example #1:Trump Says He Wasn't Happy About 'Send Her Back' Chants. Is That What the Video Shows?

The Daily Beast,Published on Jul 18, 2019

President Trump waited 13 seconds for the "Send her back!" chants to die down at his North Carolina rally.

#TheDailyBeast #IlhanOmar #PresidentTrump
This video includes captions in English.

Here are selected comments from this video's discussion thread (with numbers added for referencing purposes only. All of these comments are from July 18, 2019).
1. jmack619
"He didn't say send her back. He SAID "They can leave" "

2. ExPFC Wintergreen v2.0
"jmack619 he can incite a mob he can’t control a mob?"

3. tre artis
"Remember Lock her Up? Trump can easily incite rally chants. “Go back to your country” is an OLD racist trope. It isn’t an offer, it’s a demand."

4. Seabass Cribel
"jmack619 And then he basked in it as they chanted send her back...."

5. SirWins2Much
"Not a fan of trump, still, I gotta side with him. He didn’t oppose or entice, he just waited it out.."

6. Steven C Highley

He holds rallies to attract his stupid hateful base and then he baits them.

He is evil."
*This word is fully spelled out in this comment.

7. Seabass Cribel
"SirWins2Much He tweeted it and I bet he knew they would Chant it. And he obviously basked in it when it happened. A little different than waiting it out".

Example #2:Donald Trump supporters chant 'send her back' at rally - BBC News

BBC News, Published on Jul 18, 2019
US Democratic congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, has responded via Twitter after crowds at a presidential rally chanted "send her back."

Donald Trump was cheered at the rally in North Carolina after continuing his attacks on the four non-white Democrat congresswomen, known as "the squad". The chanting resembled those Mr Trump's supporters had chanted against Hillary Clinton during his presidential campaign in 2016.
Here are selected comments from this video's discussion thread (with numbers added for referencing purposes only. All of these comments are from July 18, 2019).
1. Marin Angelov
"KKK meetings are now being televised."

2. Peter
"When I started watching, I thought for a second they colorized old footage from a Nuremberg Rally"

3. robert m.
"Why do I get a sinking feeling that this would be the same type of crowd that would've attended the lynching of a black man in the early 20th century. America has sunk to an all time low politically."

4. Wolfie Smith
"OMG. Am a student of History. This just reminds me of the Nuremberg Rallies of Nazi Germany from 1923 to 1938."

5. ElfHighMage
"Gives one a fright that so many "American Patriotic Citizens" actually support this level of hate. That's what it is: racism = hate. I can only hope the world watches this and learns from their own hate that America is presenting like a poster child."

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