NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – When asked to share his view on the state of the country’s current race relations during the final presidential debate on Thursday, President Trump warmly reassured viewers on his stance by stating that he is “the least racist person in the room.”
Debate fact-checker Martin Dinwiddie, a psychologist, confirms that this is definitely something the least racist person in the room would say.
“There was a recent study from the University of Alabama that showed that the least racist person in the room is definitely the one who makes sure that everyone else knows how not racist they are,” said Dinwiddie.
“This person will also refer to the one Black friend they had in middle school multiple times, mention an episode of Black-ish that they watched a couple of years ago, and tell you which Tupac album was really his best.”
“Oh, and a favorite of these least racist people is quoting Martin Luther King out of context in a way that makes it seem like he would look down upon #BlackLivesMatter protests. That’s a big one.”
After nearly four years of turbulent race relations in the United States, the country breathed a sigh of relief as its leader resolutely assured them of his definitely not racist position.
These comments will definitely impact the mindset of many citizens as most of the country definitely doesn’t already know who they’re voting for.
We look forward to what will definitely be a very straight-forward 2020 Election Night.