The hostile reception by these persons, all of minority descent or ethnicity, was troubling. For my part, I am a big advocate of minority rights, as long as they do not exceed and are equal to the rights of the rest of us. Indeed, as a Jew who is a believer in Jesus Christ and thus calls himself a “Jewish Christian,” I am the member of a very small minority.
By Larry Klayman
June 30, 2018
Last Friday I went downstairs in the hotel I am currently staying at to ask the person stationed at the front desk to print out a document penned by Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit). Interestingly, the desk clerk uncharacteristically gave me a hard time. Notwithstanding that I am an preferred member of this hotel chain, I at first could not understand her demand that I pay 15 cents per page to print out just a few pages. Last week, the person in charge at my cleaners refused to quickly press and fold a few shirts, as I was hastily leaving town for work and needed them for court appearances. And, days before that I was treated nastily in another public place. Scratching my head, I finally figured it out. On all of these occasions I was either wearing a red jersey that said “TRUMP 45,” or a windbreaker I had acquired attending the inaugural of the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump. This jacket was emblazoned with a logo, with The Donald’s signature below, celebrating his inauguration.