Democrat Racism

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Just a list of racist Democrats, or their supporters. This isn't used for moral equivalence, and wouldn't excuse Republican/Conservative Racists: but it is a reminder to hypocrites that are always pointing fingers, that they don't have to go so far from home to fix problems. The old mote in thy brothers eye, while ignoring the log in thy own.

Examples: 10 items

  • 2016.07.07 Micah Xavier Johnson : Black Lives Matter member and part of other black power organizations (including Black Panthers), goes out and shoots 16 people (killing 5 cops), to get cops/whites back for the fake injustices of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. The press got the gun wrong (not assault rifle), and downplayed his associations with BLM, pretending their agitation had nothing to do with it.
  • 2019.01.19 Anti-Semitic Women's March : It took years for the left to recognize that the founders of the Women's March were anti-semites -- but the DNC and Top Dems all cut ties once they figured it out (2+ years after conservatives had). Louis Farrakhan fawning was a hint. Not AOC, she stood by them.
  • 2019.02.01 Va. Gov Ralph Northam : Poor Ralph, the Democrat Governor for Virginia, got caught dressing up for Halloween in blackface (1984). Of course CNN reported him as a Republican, but like many racist politicians, he is devoutly Democrat. The NYT tried to spin it as "Dark Makeup", as if his smokey eye got out of control. So long Ralph, we hardly knew ya.
  • Antifa : Antifascism is just fascism by another name Many on the left, who hate Trump because they say he's a fascist, love ANTIFA.... who are Anti-Capitalists and anti-Fascist... and who dress in black (like Fascists), to fight Fascists, by emulating fascist tactics: commit acts of violence, disruption, vandalism, and beat up anyone they don't agree with (like fascists). Nope, that doesn't sound like the other far-left movement called fascism, other than it is exactly like them, for the exact same excuses: you need them to protect them from people like them.
  • Black Lives Matter :
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    I'll start taking BLM seriously, when they stop behaving like thugs. They're a bunch of racists that polarize humanity and promote ignorance. Maybe if they could pick better victims, the rational could get behind them? So far it's mostly repeat felons, getting shot by minority officers, for brandishing weapons.
  • Boycott, Divest and Sanction : This movement pretends to be a civil rights group for Palestinians -- it's really just an legal front for anti-semitic and economic terrorism. It is part of the Palestinian and Arab efforts to destroy the free'est country in the middle-east, because they hate Jews. They claim that they are an anti-apartheid movement... but Israel has more religious liberties (even for Muslims) than any other country in the middle east -- so there's no religious apartheid on their part. If you want to see apartheid, go to Saudi Arabia as a Jew, Christian, Atheist or Gay -- or even Palestine. Just ask the BDS movement whether they should boycott Turkey, Egypt or Iran for their intolerance towards others (apartheid), and anyone with a triple digit IQ will quickly figure out that they're not for the cause that they claim to be.
  • Executive Order 9066 : The American Kristallnacht - one of the great shame's of American History is Executive Order 9066, issued by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. It allowed the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans -- basically because you just can't trust those slanty-eyed devils from the east! This was inexcusable. FDR's propaganda ministry (the OWI) was making and distributing racist films and stories about how the Japanese race could not be trusted -- and all the media jumped on board. While mostly Japanese Americans were interned, the order did get applied to others including some German and Italian immigrants along the West Coast. All the rationalizations in the world can not forgive us (and our President) for ignoring the Constitution and the tenets of freedom, and rounding up people because of their heredity, taking their things, and imprisoning them. This shame belongs forever bound to the legacy of the President that ordered it, and the Congress and Supreme Court that allowed it to happen.
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt :
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    FDR is taught as a liberal caricature of a great man and President. But most of the myths around him, are just that: myths. He was a man of some charm, with few strengths and many flaws. He focused power so that he could abuse it, corrupt, vindictive, liar (betrayed most that trusted him). He ignored the Constitution and his oath of office, many of the countries worst shames happened under his watch (and by his hand/guidance). According to those closest to him, he was a lousy diplomat, a poor administrator, not scholarly, nor thoughtful, well read or even bright. He was people smart (manipulator) that enjoyed playing people/groups off of each other. Other than that, he was likable, mercurial, and aloof.
  • Sarah Jeong : Sarah Jeong is a racist man-hating anti-cop troll with an advanced degree in Grievance Studies, so naturally she was hired as an technology editor at NYT. Not that she has a clue about technology (her pedigree is in Social Media). When people figured out that she's done hundreds of sexist and racist tweets, and complained, the NYT says, "it's OK because she was counter-trolling". (a) They're lying, you can walk her tweets and find plenty that she started (b) they miss the point that almost everyone accused of racism was responding to someone else who attacked them first. This is all fancy wording for saying, "But they did it first", and being wrong about it.
  • The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left :
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    The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left is a book that just reiterates the unsavory parts of the left's history that they would rather you forget. Jonah Goldberg covered this ground better in "Liberal Fascism", but it is still a readable book with Dinesh's own style and observation. What you'll get out of it is inversely related to how much you know about the History of the American left, and how insightful you are already. For me, it was an entertaining and fluffy read with a few new insights but lots of confirmation bias. For somewhat unawares about the dark side of progressivism, or the left side of fascism, it'll be jaw dropping and fascinating. But if you're a partisan lefty, you'll feel that it's all lies and disinformation... just like the mirror and scale are lying to you.

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