1) No, truth is not relative, but INSULTS are. When you say things in one context, they are bare truth. In another, they are discriminatory and insulting. For example, saying "I don't accept stolen food" is always true, but saying it after I offer you a sandwich is insulting because it implies that I stole the sandwich. You damn well better have a video of me stealing it, or you are just an a-hole.
2) (Followed response) You strongly implied, which is just as bad as saying it.
3) You want evidence that tRump kept the issue going? http://abcnews.go.com/Politics... Birth Certificate released in 2011, Trump kept the issue alive in 2012 and 2013, and did not publicly announce that tRump was wrong about the Birther issue until 2016.
4) I knew Obama was born in Hawaii because I was not stupid nor paranoid enough to believe that his mother - an American citizen - would falsely put birth announcements in BOTH the Honolulu Advertiser and the Star Bulletin. Only a total moron or a virulent racist would think that was faked.
5) You have lied about what my position is. I do NOT claim that a white person would not have been questioned, I claimed that two specific white people were given cursory examinations while the black person was put under a microscope, looking for every possible flaw - and none was found. I gave TWO white people who were running for Presidency whose birth was questioned then accepted - Cruz and McCain.
The fact that you still do not see something is racist merely reflects on how badly your own logic works.
My logic works fine, it is a flaw in your understanding of what a racist means. Racist does not mean "I hate X and patently consider myself superior to X". Instead merely requires a belief that different races should be treated differently - or that the different treatment is 'acceptable'.
Cruz and McCain were given MUCH easier times than Barack Obama were given. That alone is racist.