The fact that the Ku Klux Klan is celebrating Donald Trump’s White House victory should be indication enough of the way things are going in America.
This is a running list of events.
The Loyal White Knights of Pelham (a large North Carolina branch of the Ku Klux Klan), will be celebrating Donald Trump’s triumph with a parade on Dec. 3 honoring his win over Hillary Clinton.
It’s hardly surprising that hate and intolerance has erupted across the country, considering the Republican candidate's election campaign was all about calling for ban on all Muslims, building walls, ridiculing people and hate mongering.
Attacks on Muslim women wearing head scarves, racist graffiti and stories about bullying of immigrant children are pouring in from all over.
Here is a running list of the hate, racism and fanaticism that has gripped the United States of America after Donald Trump's presidential win.
November 8, 2016
North Carolina: Trump supporter rams his truck into veteran holding anti-Trump sign
November 9, 2016
Minnesota: Students at Maple Grove High School were greeted by graffiti reading, "Whites Only," "F*** N****rs," and Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again"
Michigan: Royal Oak Middle School students chanted "build the wall" in the cafeteria
San Francisco: Trump supporter warns immigrants: “The wolves are coming for you”
Brooklyn: The door to prayer room used by New York University's Muslim student organization vandalized with pro-Trump graffiti
November 10, 2016
California: A Redding high school student gave out fake “deportation notices” to several of his classmates belonging to ethnic minorities.
New York: Black Doll found hanged in elevator at Canisius College in Buffalo
November 11, 2016
Georgia: Muslim high school teacher told to hang herself with her headscarf
San Francisco: Woman on the Bay Area Rapid Transit to Iranian-American: ‘You’re an ugly pig who might get deported’
Los Angeles: ‘Silicon Valley’ actors Kumail Nanjiani and Thomas Middleditch harassed by Trump supporters at a bar
The doors to four all-female dormitories, inhabited by women of color, people from the LGBTQ community and Jews, were branded with swastikas.