Timothy Benton | Jan 9, 2019 | 0
Are Democrats Still Part Of The Culture Of Hate?
We hear from the Democrats that they are the party of love and acceptance, but is this truth? Or are they the party of hate, racism, and bigotry, exactly what they continue to blame and accuse others discusses?
We hear the US is racist, but are we as a society, or are the ones screaming the loudest the ones guilty of this?
New York Times was one of the hardest hitters with this claim, they accused the GOP of being the party of hate with an article by Bruce Bartlett in 2016. He claimed the GOP hated immigrants, but that has never been the case, all you have is GOP voters have demanded is if you migrate, do so legally, we are simply tired of rewarding lawbreakers from foreign lands, but then throw the full weight of the law against Americans who do the same thing.
The simple fact is that racism is not shown, Trump has moved to help the African American population, the Hispanic as well, the ones that have joined the party the GOP has received with open arms. But what is the Democrats reaction, or more specifically the liberal left African American response?
There was the case of CNN’s attack against Kanye West, the acceptance by the CNN host when this was said about Kanye West by Bakari Sellers:
“Kanye West is what happens when — Kanye West is what happens when negroes don’t read, and — and we have this now. And now, Donald Trump is going to use it and pervert it. And he’s going to have somebody who can stand with him and take pictures.”
But there is more, the attacks against public figures that are Conservatives, such as Condoleezza Rice. There was this Mirror piece goes on to praise people like Sandy Berger and Madeleine Albright. The New York Times today, “The Friends of George,” does not even refer to her as DOCTOR Rice. “Our concern about Ms. [sic] Rice is not that she makes the president feel comfortable. It’s that his national security advisor she seemed to tell him what he wanted to hear.”
Then there was the Oliphant cartoon done of her:
We all know if a conservative paper had done a cartoon like this of Susan Rice or anyone else, the outrage from the Democrats would have reached epic heights, but since Rice was a conservative, that was perfectly acceptable to the left.
But the racism towards any African American that will not conform to their demands of supporting the left is evident, but even further their hatred towards Trump has turned their hatred of Whites is growing to their levels in the early 1900s of their hatred of the blacks.
The KKK at that time was openly supported by the President of the US, a Democrat named Woodrow Wilson, there were leading members of
There was also Hugo Black another justice in the Supreme Court, and a Democrat, it is hardly surprising why with people like these race laws was not struck down in the high court controlled by Democrats.
There was Governor Theodore Bilbo, the governor of Mississippi as well as a Senator, James Gordon who was a Senator from Georgia, also was the founder of the KKK in Georgia, to Rice Means who was from Colorado, was a member of the KKK Charter in the state, also was a Senator for the state.
Then there was George Gordon, the Congressman from Tennessee who also was a Grand dragon, just like Robert Byrd, who Clinton said was her mentor, he was a Exalted Cyclops, this is the same person that Obama called a great American.
Today the racism of the Democrats has changed direction, it is now still pointed at Jews, you see this with the rabid anti-Semitism by members of the left that seem perfectly acceptable to their members. There is also the support of Farrakhan who has made it a life career of spewing this hate.
You f*cking Jew bastard.”
– Hillary Clinton to political operative Paul Fray
And what of the attacks against whites? Here are a few:
“Civil rights laws were not passed to protect the rights of white men and do not apply to them.” – Mary Frances Berry, former Chairwoman, US Commission on Civil Rights
“Let me see one of you adopt one of those ugly black babies.” – Abortionist Ashutosh Ron Virmani
“White people shouldn’t be allowed to vote. It’s for the good of the country and for those who’re bitter for a reason and armed because they’re scared.” – Left-wing journalist Jonathan Valania
“(I get to) kill all the white people… How great is that?” – Jamie Foxx
“I want to go up to the closest white person and say: ‘You can’t understand this, it’s a black thing’ and then slap him, just for my mental health.” – New York City Councilman, Charles Barron
“White folks was in caves while we
“The white man is our mortal enemy, and we cannot accept him.” – Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan
Can you imagine the outrage if you once replace white man for black man or worse, used the “N” word, the outrage and condemnation from the left, but this is acceptable to them? Substitute whites for the “N” word, would have fit in perfectly with the Democrats in the early 1900s, so what has changed?
I have found in life, many times the people that are screaming the loudest, accusing others of the most vile actions, are doing so to deflect attention away from themselves and their own actions.
And what is the response that you get from Democrats with this? “Oh them, that is a little extremist group, they don’t speak for us all!” Then in the next breath blame all conservatives for what some extremist far-right group said, even though the Conservatives have gone out of their way to openly reject their message and hatred (something the left rarely does).
A great example of this is David Duke, in the last election Trump openly denounced him and all like him, gave back his donations, yet this was purposely ignored by the press, they none-stop ran stories about how Trump supported him by his silence, or when they did admit he rejected this, they said he did not mean it.
Over 100 years have gone by since US Senators and Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices marched with the KKK in Washington, nothing has changed, the Democrats just redirected their hatred from the blacks to the whites; same old party, same old policies.