29 November 2016

How Bad Will It Get?

The online magazine Salon recently reported (link here) that Donald Trump's election has seen an increase in hate crimes, many of them targeting LGBT people -- assaults, vandalism, public harassment, hateful anonymous notes, and more. For instance, one North Carolina gay couple was targeted with an anonymous note reading “Can’t wait until your ‘marriage’ is overturned by a real president. Gay families = burn in hell. Trump 2016."

Similarly, the web journal U.S. Uncut published a news item (link here) about an elderly gay may in Florida who was dragged from his car and attacked. "You know my new president says we can kill all you faggots now," the attacker repeated several times during the assault.

CNN is reporting a long list of hate crimes directed at many different minorities (link here), including anti-gay slurs and vandalism. In Indiana, vandals painted "Heil Trump," a swastika, and an anti-gay slur on a church, while in Colorado, a transgender woman's car was spray-painted with the word "Trump," swastikas, and the word "die" several times.

A variety of media outlets are reporting that LGBT Americans have been receiving ugly anonymous notes from Trump supporters after the election, and these often include ominous warnings and threats. In Kentucky, for instance, a gay couple found a hateful message (link here) left on their car. In West Virginia, a gay couple found an anonymous note left by someone who knocked on their door at night (link here) which read "Trump is our President now! Get out of our neighborhood now, faggots!"

Hateful violence in Trump's name has even spread overseas. In Sydney, Australia, for instance, as reported by Raw Story (link here), two gay men were beaten by vocal Trump supporters who screamed "Trump’s won, straight white men rule!" Police have arrested two suspects in the attack.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a long-standing and prominent civil rights organization, has been documenting hate crimes since election day (link here). In the first ten days after the election, they collected reports of more than 700 separate incidents, and more than 80 of those targeted LGBT victims.

And what has been Donald Trump and Michael Pence's public response to this wave of increased violence and hate? The silence is deafening.

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  1. I also want to add that these anti LBGTQ attacks are not limited to the southern or midwestern parts of the U.S. I live in NYC and in my neighborhood that has a history of artists and liberal thinking there have been attacks on gay men since the election.


    I have lived through the 80's and the AIDS crisis and a member of ACTUP. I am now protesting and marching as I absolutely hold Trump accountable for unleashing and "legitimizing" the racism, xenophobia, homophobia and misogyny that are the basis of these thuggish, bigoted attacks.

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