Wednesday, August 07, 2019

Democrats are extremely racially divisive

Obama official Susan Rice writes in a NY Times op-ed:
The president’s appalling goal, quite simply, is to pit Americans against one another for crass political purposes as well as, it seems, to vent his unabashed personal prejudice.
This is crazy. The Dems keep bringing up issues like slavery reparations, forced racial busing, white privilege, censoring the internet for racial opinions, etc.

Trump hardly says anything about race, except when he is forced to. That is, unless you equate any opposition to open borders to be white supremacist, which is where the Dems are headed.

Biden is the Democrat frontrunner, even tho he has nothing going for him except that he was VP to a half-black President. Kamala Harris has even less going for her, except her oddball racial background.

The white candidates act embarrassed to be white, such as Gillibrand saying in the debate:
And I can talk to those white women in the suburbs that voted for Trump and explain to them what white privilege actually is, that when their son is walking down a street with a bag of M&Ms in his pocket, wearing a hoodie, his whiteness is what protects him from not being shot.
I get the impression that her audience will be happier if more white guys get shot.

According to reports, the El Paso shooter was not triggered by anything Trump said, but by the Democrat debate where they all promised free health care for illegal aliens.

Rice's son is president of the Stanford College Republicans.

The Democrat racial divisiveness seeks to elect Democrats, of course. Along the way, they seek gun control, open borders, and censored speech.

As an example of the latter, 8chan has been shut down, even tho none of the shooters is known to have posted to 8chan or even read anything there. It is just a discussion site.

Here is another example of censorship:
On Friday I appeared live on Red Ice TV’s YouTube channel and was informed that due to YouTube’s increasingly censorious policies, I must refrain from using the “R” word—“replacement”—when referring to the fact that only European-majority nations are being forced to dilute their ethnic majorities with nonwhite immigration. It’s been said a billion times, but no one in authority is calling for Africa to become less black or for China to become less Chinese.
He goes on to give examples of Twitter and Wikipedia blocking discussion of immigrants replacing natives.

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