What's Mallard raving about today?
GOP Candidates, Racism, The Media
Mallard, it's a lovely persecution complex you have going here. Part of the grievance-based ideology, I understand.
But here's my challenge to you: List specific incidents in which a GOP candidate said something that was decried in a mainstream media source as racist code or being dog whistle politics, and let's analyze what was said and see if the answer is for the media to stop decrying harmless things as racism or maybe, just maybe, the answer is for GOP candidates to stop saying things that are racist in nature.
I'm willing to take my chances on which of those proves to be true.
Unfortunately such a challenge is doomed from the start, since the usual standard for analysis is whether a reasonable person would find it racist. Mallard will, of course, insist he is a proxy for all reasonableness, and doesn't find the phrase "food stamp President" racist in any way: "What could possibly be racist about that? There are white people on food stamps. And some of my best friends are black."