By Ben Kinchlow
The long-time yellow-dog Democrat (one who votes Democratic, interval, it doesn't matter what, whether a yellow puppy have been working) exposes the insidious century-long historical past of racism contained in the celebration from the time its army wing, the Ku Klux Klan, systematically lynched blacks and white Republicans alike during the party’s obstructionist position in passing the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Kinchlow warns black american citizens who've engaged in a dangerous video game of persist with the chief to “beware . . . if the blind advisor the blind, either shall fall right into a pit.”
In this concise and stunning historical past of the way the Democratic celebration effectively coated up its shameful previous in a winning attempt to co-opt the black vote, Ben Kinchlow calls on all american citizens – black and white – to do anything they’ve didn't do for the final one hundred fifty years: study the evidence. imagine for yourself.
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