Courtesy of Mediaite

CNN’s Brian Stelter opened Reliable Sources on Sunday with a monologue to emphasize how the media must continue keeping track of President Donald Trump’s racist antics.

As Stelter noted Trump’s continued attacks on Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley, he cycled through the president’s numerous race-based controversies. As he conceded that Trump’s track record is “very well known” at this point, Stelter noted how media organizations have been drawing connections lately between Trump’s slams on “the squad” and the numerous examples of his racism from the past.

“The point is clear: there is a pattern going back decades, and with so many examples, it’s kind of easy to forget some of them,” Stelter said. “The pattern is the big story, and the challenge for the press is to show the pattern.”

I think this is a very, very important report that needs to be seen by as many people as possible. 

It does not matter what lie Trump supporters told themselves to convince them that they should vote for him in 2016, if you continue to supoort him at this point you are in fact supporting his racist agenda and are likely a racist yourself. 

There is no more debate, there are no more excuses, this is now a fact.