Reportedly, Trump allies intend to reinterpret civil rights laws so as to protect white people

Anjali Jain
Trump Allies Plan to Reinterpret Civil Rights Laws to Protect White People: Report

Strong conservative organizations and allies of Donald Trump are preparing to launch an offensive against “anti-white racism” should the former president reclaim office in November. Axios reports that individuals associated with Trump are preparing to reinterpret civil rights laws broadly in an effort to combat what they perceive to be reverse bigotry against white Americans.
As per the report, this would entail a comprehensive slashing of government programs and initiatives promoting diversity. “All personnel, departments, and endeavors associated with Biden’s unpatriotic stance will be terminated immediately, as stated by President Trump,” Steven Cheung, a spokesman for the Trump campaign, told Axios.

Former Trump adviser and founder of the right-leaning judicial activist organization America First Legal Stephen Miller is already spearheading the initiative. Utilizing legislation from the Civil Rights era that was designed to safeguard minority groups against discrimination, Miller has contested “woke” corporate inclusion policies. America First Legal has filed discrimination claims against Nike, Disney, United Airlines, CBS Entertainment, and the National Football League, among others, against white males. The 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, is referenced in a number of the petitions.

Miller and his group are not operating in isolation. The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think organization, sought the advice of America First Legal during the development of its “Project 2025” policy manual. The handbook includes provisions advocating for the cessation of “affirmative discrimination” and urging the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division to “restructure and realign itself to lead this reestablishment of legality” under the incoming conservative administration.

Trump has asserted on multiple occasions that he is the victim of anti-white prejudice. Rolling Stone previously reported that the former president instructed his advisers to investigate potential means by which he could compel the Justice Department to conduct an investigation into the allegations of fraud made against him by New York Attorney General Letitia James a year ago. Trump consistently labels James as “racist” in public statements and social media posts.
Deroy Murdock, contributing editor of the National Review, stated on Fox Business last week that Trump has cause to sue James for discrimination.

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“I think what President Trump should do is sue her on the basis of the 1964 Civil Rights Act,” according to Murdock. Murdock replied “I will” when asked whether he had personally suggested this to the former president, assuring him that Trump would receive the message “sooner or later.”

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