What The Hate Crime That Killed Ahmaud Arbery Illustrates

The tragic events that led to the brutal slaying of Ahmaud Arbery is undoubtedly a hate crime. The damning statistics serve as proof of the deadliness of the Trump years, starting from the pompous confirmation of his presidential run back in 2015 and the diseased campaign trial that resembled public gatherings of the KKK.

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