This time, he’s unleashed his fury on Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,” tweeting that the movie is racist. But it’s coming off as a desperate bridge to maintain his relationship with the Black community.
“Django Unchained is the most racist movie I have ever seen, it sucked!”
Now, to his credit, there’s no clear indication in which way he thinks the movie was racist, as we can all assume he’s referring to the white on black violence and banter. But he could be speaking code. You can bet he has an agenda, but we’re not in on it.
Speaking of an agenda, this could be a clue. He kept his protest going and called in to the Fox News morning show, “Fox & Friends,” commenting that if people are concerned about gun laws and all that jazz, they need to be worried about “Django.”
See what we mean?
Maybe he’s saying to all those nice folks out there who are the majority of the Republican party and members of the NRA that they need to be concerned about a rebellion of some sort? Concerned about Black folk getting a little power?
It’s all quite possible. But what is sure at this point is that Trump wasn’t clear about what he’s calling racist.