Promoting race-hatred is nothing new for Democrats. The Democrats defended slavery, fought for its expansion in the new territories as the nation expanded and even waged a civil war for the economic interests of wealthy Democrat slave-owners. After that war was lost the Democrats formed the Ku Klux Klan and politically continued harassing freed black people for a century following the war.
Despite all that Democrats pompously lecture the rest of the country about the legacy of THEIR obsession with preserving slavery. Worst of all is Hillary “Bugsy” Clinton, an outright criminal who has disgustingly used a fraudulent “charity” to amass obscene wealth. Hillary goes beyond attacking her opponent Donald Trump and accuses his supporters of being (yaaawn) racists and “stupid” for being part of the working class.
Countless black people support Trump and that TERRIFIES the Democrats. One of the pillars of their organization has been the pretense that “real” black people support Democrats. Increasing numbers of voters of color have been breaking away from the party of slavery, the Klan and Jim Crow.
And rightfully so. The Democrats race-bait just to win elections but the only people of color who benefit are professional hatemongers like Al Sharpton and others like him who play along with the Democratic Party’s pretense that they “care” about black voters. Sharpton and his ilk are the “beards” that the Democrats use to attack black people who decide they can vote for ANY candidates they please and that they don’t need the approval of Democrats to do it.
It can all be summed up like this:
In the final third of the 20th Century the power and money people of the Democratic Party began developing a very proprietary, some would say condescending, attitude toward African-Americans. The 1960s generation of American Liberals in particular had often treated the lives and history of African-Americans as a kind of hobby.
These patronizing dilettantes originally demonstrated a protective, or at least supportive, attitude toward African-Americans, who in turn rewarded the Democratic Party’s candidates with almost unanimous support.
However, as the decades wore on and African-Americans had greater opportunities open up to them many of them began making up their own minds about what political attitudes they would embrace and what political candidates they would support. This did not sit well with the Democratic Party’s power brokers. Continue reading