Ibram X. Kendi Equates Parents Fighting Critical Race Theory To The KKK, Segregationists

Critical race theorist Ibram X. Kendi likened parents’ reactions to critical race theory to the pro-segregation and pro-Klu Klux Klan response after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education desegregation case. School curriculum based on critical race theory indoctrinates children with racist ideas, but in a Wednesday livestream with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Kendi called this education is “crucial” for students.

“The only thing that I can compare this recent wave of what is happening in our school districts, what’s happening in our school districts, what’s happening in our communities, is it really reminds me of the reaction and the response to the Brown v. Board of Education decision when there was widespread fear in certain schools and certain communities that, quote, those desegregated schools with those black children were going to be harmful to white children,” Kendi said.

“It’s similarly being cast, or framed, as if teaching about history, teaching about racism, even teaching about slavery is going to somehow harm white children,” he said. 

On Thursday, AFT president Randi Weingarten claimed that critical race theory wasn’t taught in K-12 schools, even though her own union said “critical race theory allows educators to give our students the opportunity to understand the full breadth and depth of the American society.”

Kendi went on to criticize legislators who have been pushing to limit the spread of critical race theory in schools, stressing the importance of such teaching. 

“To me, we live in a dangerously racist society,” he said. “There are racist ideas that are swirling around that are teaching darker-skinned kids that there is something wrong with them because of the color of their skin. There are ideas swirling around that are teaching white kids that there is something right about them because of the color of their skin.”

While Kendi didn’t provide any examples of those swirling ideas, he said that he didn’t know of any antiracist teacher who would teach children that they are inherently evil and racist, even though “antiracist” that teaches privilege theory does just that.

Seattle Public Schools tells teachers that the education system is guilty of “spirit murder” against black children and that white teachers must “bankrupt [their] privilege in acknowledgment of [their] thieved inheritance.” Buffalo Public Schools teaches students that “all white people” perpetuate systemic racism.

A school district’s “equity” curriculum in Northeastern Illinois teaches that “white identity is inherently racist” in its anti-racist programming. In the same school district, teachers must instruct students to read aloud “Not My Idea: A Book about Whiteness (Ordinary Terrible Things),” by Anastasia Higginbotham, which teaches that, “Racism is a white person’s problem and we are all caught up in it.” The list goes on and hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars have been funneled into implementing critical race theory curriculum into schools.

Kendi, who received a $10 million donation from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey last year, also encouraged teachers to find ways around legislation banning critical race theory, comparing them to teachers in the civil rights era.

Educators in the civil rights era taught students not to discriminate against each other. Now, thanks to modern “scholars” like Kendi, students are trained to do the opposite: to see nothing but skin color and to openly practice racial discrimination. Parents’ pushback is an effort to reclaim the dignity of the human person — and it’s telling that “antiracists” like Kendi vigorously oppose their efforts.


Kevin McCarthy: Democrat Party Has Not Evolved from Its Days of Slavery, Jim Crow, KKK, While It Supports Critical Race Theory

House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarty (R-CA) proclaimed on Tuesday that the Democrat Party has not evolved from its days supporting slavery, Jim Crow laws, and the Ku Klux Klan, because today, the Democrat Party supports Critical Race Theory.

“Democrats are desperate to pretend their party has progressed from their days of supporting slavery, pushing Jim Crow laws, and supporting the KKK,” McCarthy tweeted.

“But today, the Dem Party has simply replaced the racism of the Klan with the racism of Critical Race Theory,” the congressman added.

Included in McCarthy’s tweet is a video of him addressing Congress, in which the representative elaborated on how Democrats have not stopped endorsing racist ideas.

“Just a few years ago, then Vice President Joe Biden praised Democrat senator Robert Byrd. He was the Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan,” McCarthy said. “In his eulogy for Byrd, he said, ‘For a lot of us, he was a friend, a mentor, and a guide.’”

“Another leading Democrat who praised Byrd at the time was Speaker Pelosi. She called Byrd a friend, a great person, and a great American patriot,” the congressman added.

McCarthy went on to say that today, the Democrat Party has only “doubled down” on their “shameful history,” by “replacing the racism of the past with the racism of the Critical Race Theory.”

“They continue to look at race as the primary means of judging a person’s character,” McCarthy said.

The congressman also mentioned the Democrat Party’s support for Ibram X. Kendi’s books, which is also being pushed in the U.S. military, and academia.

Kendi’s vision for America — as he proposed in his book, How to Be an Antiracist — McCarthy said, is “that the solution to past discrimination is present discrimination.”

The congressman added that by advocating for Critical Race Theory, Democrats “continue to fuel hatred and division across the country.” He went on:

America must reject Critical Race Theory for this simple reason: state-sponsored racism is wrong, and always will be. It was wrong when it was segregated lunch counters of Jim Crow, and it was wrong when it was segregated classrooms of Critical Race Theory.

Critical Race Theory is an academic movement transpiring at schools across the country teaching children the U.S. is fundamentally racist, and that they must view every social interaction and person in terms of race or color in order to be “antiracist.” Concerned parents, students, and teachers have been pushing back against the agenda, in an ongoing feud with the left-wing elite.

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Liberal Publication Smears African American, Compares Him to KKK

Liberal Publication Smears African American, Compares Him to KKK

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The Salt Lake Tribune published a cartoon this week that compared Utah Rep. Burgess Owens, a black Republican who experienced Jim Crow firsthand, to a KKK member.

White Liberal nutjob calls Black Congressman a KKK member

Drawn by far-leftist Pat Bagley, a white man, the cartoon brought to mind the time two years ago when Antifa extremists smeared Daryl Davis, a renowned black activist known for inspiring Ku Klux Klan members to give up their robes, as a white supremacist.

It’s not clear what drives white liberals to attack black conservatives this way.

When Burgess learned of the smear against him, he posted the cartoon to his Twitter feed and derided it as another “pathetic” example of “#wokeracism.”

The cartoon depicts Owens pointing at the southern U.S. border and warning Americans that “they are coming to your neighborhoods.” Depicted next to him is a KKK member saying the exact same words.

The cartoon was written in response to the congressman warning of the consequences of the rampant illegal immigration occurring across the southern U.S. border.

“Believe me, the borders are open right now. We are seeing every single day, people coming here and within hours getting on a train or a plane and going to your neighborhood. So, no Americans, this isn’t a border issue anymore,” Owens said during a visit last week to the southern border.

“They are coming to your neighborhoods, not knowing the language, not knowing the culture, and there is a cartel influence along the way. So be aware, don’t think this is a distance from you now, this is coming your way and it is done on purpose by a party who could care less about we the people,” he added.

Dopey Democrats claim immigration laws are racist

This infuriated Bagley, who on Facebook accused the black congressman of spouting “straight up fear-mongering that only a white supremacist could love.”

Owens expressed gratitude for his colleagues’ support and also pushed back on Bagley’s rhetoric.

“I grew up in the 1960’s segregated deep south and witnessed the ugliness of racially fueled rhetoric first-hand. Calling out the human rights abuses at the border is not comparable to the terrorist hate group responsible for killing, assaulting, and harassing my community. The Tribune’s unacceptable mischaracterization does not represent Utah’s values,” he said.


Utah Lawmakers Rebuke Salt Lake Tribune For Racist Cartoons Against Burgess Owens

Utah Lawmakers Rebuke Salt Lake Tribune For Racist Cartoons Against Burgess Owens

The Utah congressional delegation railed the state’s largest newspaper, The Salt Lake Tribune, last week after it published a racist cartoon comparing its only black member to the Ku Klux Klan.

Republican Sens. Mike Lee and Mitt Romney, issued a joint statement with the state’s three other House lawmakers, Reps. Blake Moore, Chris Stewart, and John Curtis, denouncing the cartoon below which compares 69-year-old Rep. Burgess Owens, who is black, to the Ku Klux Klan.

The cartoon by satirist Pat Bagley depicts Owens with a finger at the border under word cloud, “they are coming to your neighborhoods,” next to a cloaked Klansman 70 years ago pointing a finger at Owens who appears to say the same.

“The Salt Lake Tribune recently published a repugnant ‘cartoon’ comparing Congressman Burgess Owens, our esteemed colleague and only black member of the Utah delegation, to a member of the Ku Klux Klan,” the delegation wrote. “This racially charged, perverse political statement is beyond the pale. We ask that The Salt Lake Tribune immediately take down this horrific image, issue a formal apology, and hold themselves to a higher standard.”

Owens, a former football star who captured his first term to Congress by a narrow one-point margin last fall, blasted the Tribune’s decision to publish the cartoon after he himself, had experienced discrimination.

“I grew up in the days of the KKK, Jim Crow, and segregation, so I’m no stranger to casual racism and hate-fueled rhetoric,” Owens wrote in a statement to The Federalist. “Calling out the human rights abuses at the border is not comparable to the terrorism hate group responsible for killing, assaulting, and harassing my community. The Tribune’s unacceptable mischaracterization does not represent Utah’s values.”

The Salt Lake Tribune did not immediately respond to The Federalist’s request for comment.


Sen. Johnson at Border: VP Harris Tapped by Biden to Fix Border Crisis Compared Immigration Officers to KKK

Sen. Johnson at Border: VP Harris Tapped by Biden to Fix Border Crisis Compared Immigration Officers to KKK

Vice President Kamala Harris, tapped by President Joe Biden to fix the border crisis, has compared the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency she will have to rely on to the Ku Klux Klan, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) noted Friday.

He added that unless it changes its approach to immigration, the Biden administration is not up to the task of fixing the problems at the border.

Johnson briefed reporters about the situation at the southern border after touring the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, considered the epicenter of the migrant surge, and the Donna immigration processing center along with a delegation of 17 other GOP senators.

According to Johnson, as a senator, V.P. Haris “never” showed an interest in border security when serving on the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Reform with him.

Johnson blasted President Joe Biden for delegating his leadership role in the worsening migration crisis to Harris, who has been critical of the immigration agents she will depend on.

“While we are clear that people should not come to the border now, we also understand that we will enforce the law,” Harris said when she was appointed to her new role.

Sen. Johnson emphasized that in 2018 then-Sen. Harris compared ICE to the KKK during a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing chaired by the Wisconsin senator.

I saw how she asked questions of federal law enforcement, these people that we do need to thank and thank their families for their service and sacrifice. She was never interested in securing the border.

Instead, what she did is she actually compared a federal law enforcement agency, ICE, to the Ku Klux Klan. Now that is a person President Biden has put in charge of solving this problem. How can you do that when you have to rely on the brave men and women of [ICE] … You’re putting a person in charge of the [ICE] efforts someone who has compared … [the agency’s] efforts to the Ku Klux Klan. I just don’t get it.

As Senator, Harris also called for reforming ICE, a component of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, telling MSNBC, “We need to probably think about starting from scratch.”

ICE, a component of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, handles the investigative and enforcement responsibilities of immigration and customs in the country’s interior, including detentions and deportations.
Its stated mission is:

To protect America from the cross-border crime and illegal immigration that threaten national security and public safety. This mission is executed through the enforcement of more than 400 federal statutes and focuses on immigration enforcement and combating transnational crime.

The Republican delegation stressed that the situation at the border was preventable.

Early this week, a former Trump-era DHS secretary said his department warned the incoming Biden folks that there would be a crisis if the president dismantled the measures implemented by his predecessor.

Referring to the crisis in the Rio Grande Valley and the Donna processing center, Johnson told reporters:

This is so sad. This is depressing. This didn’t have to happen. This is a self-inflicted wound on our nation, and I just do not believe the Biden administration is up to the task to fixing it unless they completely change stripes here. … This is a tragedy.

He said that over 6,000 migrants crossed the border in the Rio Grande Valley region in just one day.

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) led a delegation of GOP lawmakers from the lower chamber on a trip to a section of the Texas-Mexico border, where they visited a processing center in El Paso.

“It’s more than a crisis. This is a human heartbreak. The sad part about all this is it didn’t have to happen,” McCarthy said of the situation, echoing the Senators.

Unlike the Biden administration, the GOP delegations from both chambers described what they saw as a “crisis” that erupted after the president reversed many of the Trump administration policies to secure the United States-Mexico border.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) noted that immigration authorities were holding children in cages at the Donna processing center, which he said is substantially over capacity.

“All of us today witnessed the ‘Biden cages.’ What is occurring here on the border is heartbreaking, and it is a tragedy,” Cruz said.

Cruz and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) led the congressional delegation this week.

Cruz again blasted the Biden administration for not allowing the media to accompany the Senators inside the Donna facility

Nevertheless, he and other delegation members released photos from inside the facility via Twitter showing some migrant children held in crowded enclosures that resemble cages.

The agents at the Donna facility also threw coronavirus-positive migrants in cages, he added.

“What we saw [at the Donna facility] were young people crammed in like sardines, something none of us would want for any of our own children,” Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) said.


Nancy Pelosi Speech Resurfaces Showing Her Love and Support of KKK ‘Exalted Cyclops’

Nancy Pelosi Speech Resurfaces Showing Her Love and Support of KKK ‘Exalted Cyclops’


Lawmaker Nancy Pelosi is so woke she felt compelled to take a knee, wearing some kind of strange un-tied symbol covered noose around her neck to emphasize the need for lawless rioting and looting.

The mobs can only be appeased by total elimination of the police. Her fans don’t seem to notice the way she flipped like a pancake. She sure had nice things to say about a former “Exalted Cyclops” in the Ku Klux Klan. Robert Byrd is one of Nancy’s all time heroes and Joe Biden called him a “friend,” a “mentor,” and a “guide.”

Nancy Pelosi considered him a hero

Senator Robert Byrd was such an inspiration to democrats that he became a legend in his own time. Progressives prefer to keep his memory locked safely away from people like the radicals who run Black Lives Matter. They sanitize history by downplaying his hate crimes against minorities.

Modern historians selectively quote a line that makes his apology for a single mistake sound so casual and acceptable. “It has emerged throughout my life,” Byrd wrote, “to haunt and embarrass me and has taught me in a very graphic way what one major mistake can do to one’s life, career, and reputation.”

What he did was major alright but it wasn’t by mistake. He admitted freely that back in the hills of West Virginia around late 1941 or early 1942 “he organized and led a 150-member chapter, or ‘Klavern,’ of the Klan as the “Exalted Cyclops.” Above him were the “Grand Giant,” the state leader called “Grand Dragon” and at the top is the “Grand Wizard.”

Nasty Nancy Pelosi is as fired up about race and oppression today as she was about praising one of the most racist men in America just 9 short years ago on the other side of Barack Obama’s allegedly illegal occupation of the White House. Today, the Speaker of the House calls President Trump a racist and all of his deplorable followers are “bigots” and “Nazis.”

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Worthy to be remembered

“Senator Byrd’s service, and his leadership,” Pelosi praised, “were more than worthy to be remembered for many generations to come.” It would be interesting for her to go into her home district after sundown and start giving a lecture on the accomplishments of Senator Byrd.

For instance, she can tell Antifa and BLM rioters all about how as a youngster, the future senator proudly watched “his adoptive father walk in a Klan parade in Matoaka, West Virginia.” Everybody loved the KKK. “The Klan defended the American way of life against race-mixers and communists.” That’s what young Robert Byrd wrote to Grand Dragon of the Realm of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Delaware.

Joel Baskin, the Grand Dragon, gave the young boy approval to start his own 150 member “Klavern.” Young Byrd was so good at recruiting cross burning racists they instantly appointed him leader of the group, called the “Exalted Cyclops.”

Baskin told the lad, “You have a talent for leadership, Bob … The country needs young men like you in the leadership of the nation.” They helped make it happen.

The man praised so highly by Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden once penned a letter to a fellow senator stating, “I shall never fight in the armed forces with a Negro by my side. Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”

This is the Democrat party that Pelosi and Biden both grew up with. Now she takes a knee and Biden hides in his basement wondering if Kamala Harris will bring by some of her stash.


Why The Left Needs Us All To Believe The United States Is Racist Forever

Why The Left Needs Us All To Believe The United States Is Racist Forever

That America is a racist country is the great self-evident truth of the left and of the ruling class whose moral opinions are shaped by it. This truth is self-evident in the sense of being readily apparent to them, as evidenced by the countless disparities in life outcomes between blacks and whites. No explanation for these disparities is ever required. Their mere existence is proof of racism.

The disparities between Asians and whites, between Indians and whites, and between Nigerian immigrants and whites all go studiously ignored since these groups generally outperform whites in income and educational attainment. Also ignored is the role that the pathologies of inner-city black culture — fatherlessness, crime, nihilistic alienation, and the exaltation of thuggery — play in producing and sustaining disparities.

America’s racist nature is also self-evident in the philosophical sense. It is an axiomatic truth: the predicate (racism) is contained in the subject (America). In the same way that all bachelors are, by definition, single, so is America, by definition, racist.

Formulated as such, the self-evident truth of American racism cannot be refuted. It is impervious to counterarguments, data, and historical developments. Believers in American racism don’t care about your facts. In 1991, Derrick Bell, one of the founders of critical race theory, declared that blacks had made no progress in America since 1865. He made this claim with a straight face at Harvard University, where he had been a tenured professor for two decades. In 1865, Harvard did not admit black students.

In 2020, the claim that America is fundamentally racist is a lie. But it is a lie tenaciously defended by those on the left who most benefit from it: the Democratic Party, its progressive allies in the academy, the intelligentsia and the media, and black political leadership. As the ultimate arbiters of all racial controversies, the left have positioned themselves to occupy the moral high ground in America — the most important strategic position in any political conflict.

Using Racism as a Smokescreen

The accusation of racism is their most powerful political weapon. Playing the race card allows them to detract attention from their own corruption and the radical ideas they espouse. Whatever faults they have, at least they’re not racists like Donald Trump, the Republicans, and their base of deplorables. The right is thus constrained to fight the enemy on the enemy’s own terms. Republican claims that “Democrats are the real racists” inevitably fall flat.

The national obsession with racism is also obviously beneficial to those who work in the diversity and grievance industries. It is perhaps most useful for corporate and financial elites, who use it to distract Americans and direct their ire away from urban oligarchs like themselves toward the nebulous forces of racism. Corporate America is afraid of socialism, not of Black Lives Matter. The anti-capitalists hate the rich and corporations. The anti-racists do not; they can readily be bought off with performative wokeness and a sprinkling of diversity hires in the C-Suite.

Well-intentioned Americans of all races must understand that these powerful constituencies have a vested interest in keeping America “racist” forever. No set of attainable conditions would ever lead them to admit that America is no longer racist. No sooner would the reparations checks be issued than new demands would arise.

None of this is to deny that America was racist for centuries, that the legacy of racism is still with us, and that some racism endures to this day. But the Constitution of the United States is colorblind, and America’s Declaration of Independence proclaims that “all men are created equal.” There are no racist laws or regulations on the books anywhere in America — not at the federal level, not in any of the 50 states, and not in any of the 19,502 incorporated cities, towns, and villages.

The Actual Reality of ‘Racist’ Police

Since 1964, America has also had a Civil Rights Act that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race in both the public and private sectors. In explicit violation of the legislative history and text of the law, the act has been interpreted by the highest court of the land to countenance so-called “affirmative action,” i.e. racial preferences to benefit blacks (and to a lesser extent, Hispanics). America thus finds itself in the paradoxical position of being a purportedly white supremacist nation that officially sanctions and practices discrimination against whites.

Well, a critic might say, the laws may not be racist, but don’t police enforce them in a racist way? The overpublicized deaths of George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, James Blake, and others before them supposedly prove that a “legalized genocide of colored people” is taking place.

Yet none of the major studies of lethal shootings by police officers find evidence of racial bias. In fact, controlling for the very high black crime rate — African-Americans make up 13 percent of the population but commit more than 50 percent of homicides and about 60 percent of robberies — and the higher rate at which black suspects resist arrest, the share of blacks killed by cops is lower than one would expect.

Somehow, America remains a racist country even as elected officials in both parties openly pander to racial minorities, blacks in particular, while paying no attention to whites as a group. The Republican Party studiously ignores whites, busy as it is courting the “naturally conservative” Hispanic vote, while the Democratic Party increasingly adopts the anti-white animus of Black Lives Matter and the rest of the woke left. Because the demand for racism so completely outstrips the actual supply, we are left with unfalsifiable accusations of “dog-whistling” — non-racist statements that supposedly send covert racist messages.

Once every few years, it is true, a Republican will put his foot in his mouth and speak indelicately about race. Whenever this happens, the offender is universally condemned, with the loudest denunciations coming from the Republican Party and the conservative establishment, and the offender promptly apologizes. Such is the odd nature of “systemic” American racism, that racists are immediately denounced and eager to repent.

The New Unforgivable Sin

African-Americans occupy a larger place in the country’s collective imagination than any other group. They exert enormous cultural influence not just in America, but across the globe. At home, no group is more honored for its accomplishments, real or fake (no, a black man did not invent the lightbulb). The closest thing America has to a secular saint is Martin Luther King, Jr. Even the recent allegations that he may have been a serial philanderer who laughed as a woman was raped in front of him did not dent his reputation.

In the public square, at school, and at work, Americans are also increasingly compelled to profess devotion to the creed of Anti-Racism. The thought police are everywhere. No one gets canceled for abandoning their children, betraying the country, or committing any number of immoral, indecent, or criminal acts. There is only one unforgivable sin: to deviate from the accepted script when speaking of African-Americans — and to a lesser extent, any of the other protected identity groups.

Amid widespread sympathy for blacks, affirmative action policies, and the absence of racist laws, we are told that racism is nonetheless institutionalized — though there are no institutions of any significance in America committed to racism, let alone to white supremacy.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, an alarmist fundraising machine for its now disgraced founder Morris Dees, keeps track of about 940 hate groups operating within our borders (more than a quarter of which are black separatists). By focusing on the number of groups, the SPLC can ignore their insignificant size, lack of funds, and complete marginalization in American life.

By the SPLC’s count, there are 47 Ku Klux Klan groups in America — but their total membership is between 5,000 and 8,000 (the Anti-Defamation League puts the total at 3,000). At its peak in the mid-1920s, the Klan had 6 million members (in a country with a third of our current population).

So much for the institutions of hate. Meanwhile, corporate America, the media, Hollywood, professional sports, philanthropic foundations, nonprofits, churches, the academy, the arts, and the military all vociferously denounce racism. All eagerly embrace the diversity agenda. All are obsessed with hiring and promoting people of color.

The Mind is the Last Frontier

And this brings us to perhaps the strangest feature of America’s purportedly racist society: the growing phenomenon of whites passing as nonwhites. Elizabeth Warren claims to be Cherokee, BLM’s Shaun King claims to be biracial, and a Jewish professor of African history at George Washington University is the new Rachel Dolezal. Needless to say, no Afrikaner ever pretended to be “colored” under apartheid.

Where, then, is racism to be found in America, if it is not in its law, its public rhetoric, and its institutions? Polls make it hard to find, too. Eighty-seven percent of Americans approve of black-white marriage, up from 4 percent in 1954. Gallup calls it “one of the largest shifts of public opinion in Gallup history.” When researchers asked teenagers to name the most famous Americans in history (excluding presidents), their top three picks were MLK, Rosa Parks, and Harriet Tubman.

The last frontier is now the subconscious. Because the quantity of racism is held to be constant throughout American history, the absence of racist sentiments in people can only mean that racism is hiding deep in the recesses of their minds.

With the help of Harvard University’s widely touted Implicit Association Test, everyone’s latent racism can now be brought to the fore. The test, of course, reveals no such thing. A peer-reviewed study found “little evidence to support [its] more provocative claim: that people possess unconscious racist attitudes.” Even Vox had to admit that “it might not work at all.”

In the end, all we are left with as the definitive proof of American racism today is “systemic racism,” the meaning of which boils down to: America is racist because, well, it just is. Racism somehow suffuses the whole even though it is not visible in any of its major parts. Whereas all other racist regimes in history openly proclaimed their racism, America has pulled off the amazing feat of purging its laws, institutions, and culture of racism — all in the interest, of course, of perpetuating racism.

Republished from RealClearPublicAffairs, with permission.


Joe Biden’s REAL Connection to the KKK


While Democrats have plastered President Donald Trump as a racist with no proof whatsoever, Biden’s own words and actions show his vile intentions in terms of Black Americans and his connection to the KKK.

Trump Presses Into Biden’s Racist Past

In the first 2020 presidential debate, President Trump confronted former Vice President Joe Biden on his past racist actions while in government.

Trump brought up Biden’s role in creating the 1994 Crime Bill which ultimately led to the mass incarceration of Black Americans.

Biden skirted the issue and Democrat moderator Chris Wallace was quick to change the subject and make it possible for the Democratic candidate to avoid the truth.

Infamous “You Ain’t Black” Comments

Earlier this year, Biden made the comment in an interview with Charlamagne tha God on “The Breakfast Club:”

“Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

On top of all that, the radical former vice president has deep ties to Dixiecrats throughout his long political career.

Biden’s Friendship with KKK Grand Wizard

Supporters of Trump have continuously called out Biden’s close friendship with former KKK grand wizard Senator Robert Byrd and the segregationist Senator Strom Thurmond.

He gave eulogize for both controversial men.

Biden’s eulogy remarks: “Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. President, yesterday I had the opportunity to pay my respects to Leader Byrd as he lay in repose in the Senate chamber.  I met the family then and again today.  And the last time that happened was 50 years ago; the last time that that chamber I revere served as a resting place for anyone was 50 years ago.”

“But although I and my colleagues behind me revere the Senate, Robert C. Byrd elevated the Senate.  Other great men and their families would have chosen for them to lay in state in the Rotunda.  But Bob Byrd and his family chose to lay in state in the Senate chamber.  And to me, this is completely appropriate, having served with him for 36 plus years.”


Facts Show the Truth

Donaldjtrump.com reports on his shady friendships and racist actions:

“Biden previously called another Senate segregationist, Strom Thurmond, as “one of my closest friends” and thanked him on the Senate floor for helping him pass laws to incarcerate Black Americans for crack cocaine offenses.”

With the media and fellow Democrats ignoring Biden’s racist past agendas, will the American people ever have the whole truth revealed? Only if they look into the facts themselves it appears at this point.



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