Why is Anglo-American a term of abuse?

Bill

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Simples, cos Jeff Sessions said it.

In the US, the whole month of February is Black History month.

Black History Month - Black History - HISTORY.com

In a few weeks when Vlad comes over, we will have various leaders extolling the "Irish American Heritage" and throughout the year we get a whole host of themes and events, like Asian Heritage, Latino Heritage and other groups that take pride in their heritage.
does Belva Lockwood get a look in in the remembering stuff thing
 


Dame_Enda

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Ironically if he is fired Trump can replace him with Acting AG who can take over the oversight of the Mueller investigation.

I understand Black groups annoyance at the statement but if they stop playing to the gallery for two seconds they would realise that the term probably refers to the justice system inherited to some extent from English common law.
 

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Ironically if he is fired Trump can replace him with Acting AG who can take over the oversight of the Mueller investigation.

I understand Black groups annoyance at the statement but if they stop playing to the gallery for two seconds they would realise that the term probably refers to the justice system inherited to some extent from English common law.


What it is.
 

Trainwreck

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He praised it. At a time when this policing culture is executing members of the largest ethnic minority in the street it was a poorly timed remark and fits into the Trumpet dogwhistle racism problem.
It isn't a term of abuse.

It was a term correctly applied, in the proper context, to the nature of the American legal system.


It is just one of those "OMG TRIGGER" phrases that set off snowflake Libtards.
 

The_SR

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It isn't a term of abuse.

It was a term correctly applied, in the proper context, to the nature of the American legal system.


It is just one of those "OMG TRIGGER" phrases that set off snowflake Libtards.
And was it the proper context?
 


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