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Americans Outraged After Chris Brown Makes Controversial Comment About Trump

Members of the entertainment community continue to hop on social media to express their displeasure with President Donald Trump. While those folks are certainly entitled to their opinions, they show a startling lack of awareness that not everyone sees the world as they do. There are scores of people out there that watch television, go to the movies, and listen to music that just so happen to support the commander-in-chief.

Perhaps the new collective marketing strategy from the entertainment community involves alienating about half of the American electorate. Either way, there are no signs that entertainers will be giving up on the political punditry anytime soon. As America Now shares, our latest star to drop some wisdom on the masses is singer Chris Brown. While Brown is certainly chock full of talent, his biggest claim to fame is that he was sentenced to probation for beating up his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.

Brown captured a rather large bee in his bonnet over Trump’s recent remarks that he delivered on the MS-13 gang and immigration as a whole. The president made a number of solid points, but Brown heard what he wanted to hear. As such, it was high time to hop on social media and drop his version of wisdom on the masses.

"What in the actual f***? He giving police more right to f*** up young black men," he wrote. "S*** is crazy! This is not how you make peace or any kind of help. Please wake up people!"

Alright. Use of colorful adjectives aside, Trump didn’t have much to say about ‘young black men.’ He did offer up some encouragement to the members of law enforcement that were in attendance, and he did so in his usual straight-talk style.

"Now, we're getting them out anyway, but we’d like to get them out a lot faster," he said. "And when you see these towns, and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough -- I said, 'Please don't be too nice.'"

Trump was delivering his remarks at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood, New York, which is not too far away from the sites of a number of brutal slayings that have been attributed to MS-13.

"Like, when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put your hand over, Like, don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody. Don't hit their head. I said: 'You can take the hand away, O.K.?'" Trump continued. "One by one, we’re liberating our American towns. Can you believe that I'm saying that? I'm talking about liberating our towns. Like you’d see in a movie."

Did Trump need to go there? Not necessarily, but neither did Brown. MS-13 is a scourge on American society, and members of the gang need to be dealt with swiftly to prevent the further spread of carnage. Period. There’s nothing discriminatory about that, so perhaps Brown can find another topic to inflame others with while using crass language.

Source: America Now
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