A “Pitchfans” critic is blasting Donald Trump, calling him a “racist” and a “fascist” who “threatens the future of all music.”
David Singery, the author of the best-selling book “No Mercy,” wrote a scathing review of the Republican presidential nominee for his response to the terror attacks in New York City.
Singery’s scathing critique of Trump follows a series of racially charged attacks against the GOP nominee, including the allegation that he would use the attacks to advance his political ambitions.
Singers review comes just days after the New York Times published a scathing editorial calling Trump a “danger to the fabric of our country.”
“It is hard to overstate the magnitude of the damage Trump has done, or the magnitude he would inflict on our country and the world if he were to become president,” Singers wrote in the Times.
“He threatens the future, and our country, of all the music that will be produced in the future.”
Singers critique came as Trump addressed a crowd of concert-goers in New Jersey on Friday, which included singer Billy Joel and country singer Johnny Cash.
Trump said in a statement Friday that he had spoken to the families of those killed in the attacks.
“Our hearts go out to the people of New Jersey and the people and families of the victims, and we also want to offer our condolences to the friends and families who lost loved ones in this senseless act of terror,” he said.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the people in the world.”
Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Singers criticism.
“We have to understand the difference between a racist and a fascist,” Singeries wife, Jocelyn, told the Associated Press on Saturday.
“If you don’t want to do anything, go ahead and just be racist.
Just say ‘white people don’t matter.'””
If you’re not going to do it, I will be the first one to tell you to stop,” Singery said.