Race Hatred At the DNC
They’ve learned nothing from the election results.
White people concerned about their country need to shut their mouths and have their future dictated to them by radical racist left-wingers, was the apparently unanimous verdict of the angry Democrats seeking to chair their party’s governing body at a recent candidate forum.
As Washington, D.C. radio host Chris Plante quipped, “They haven’t been this upset since we took away their slaves.”
White Americans, Democrats say loud and clear, are the enemy.
It is part of the ongoing meltdown among Democrats apoplectic that Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton. It manifests itself in the indignant screaming we now hear every day from the mainstream media every time President Trump makes it clear he really does intend to fulfill his campaign promises.
It is a result of the accumulated intellectual detritus from the Sixties mixed in with the identity politics that took over American campuses in the Eighties. “Politics is downstream from culture,” my late friend Andrew Breitbart observed, and now the culture has thoroughly infected the body politic.
Democrats are doubling down on the anti-white racism and identity politics-driven lunacy that became the norm during the Obama years.
So obsessed with nailing whitey to a cross were the DNC candidates that they overlooked the most glaring injustice of the past electoral cycle.
As Michael Sainato wrote in the New York Observer, all of the candidates attending the forum, including the Sen. Bernie Sanders-backed candidate, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), “refused to acknowledge the Democratic primaries were rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton.”
“There was so little dissent among the seven participants that at one point, when asked whether they thought the DNC tipped the scale for a candidate [Hillary Clinton] in the 2016 primary-a criticism lodged frequently and vociferously by Sanders’ supporters-none of the participants raised their hands,” he wrote, quoting Real Clear Politics.
Candidates to chair the Democratic National Committee all agree that their party needs to be more racist than it has become after eight years of incessant race-baiting and guilt-tripping by former President Obama.
Whites in the Democratic Party need to check their race-based privilege and zip it, according to DNC chairman candidate Sally Boynton Brown, who is executive director of the Idaho Democratic Party.
“Black lives matter and it makes me sad that we’re even having that conversation and that tells me that white leaders in our party have failed,” said Brown during the recent “DNC Chair Candidates Forum 2017” moderated by MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid. We have to teach Democrats “how to be sensitive and how to shut their mouths if they’re white.”
It’s unclear what more the DNC could do to appease Black Power activists.
The Democratic National Committee officially endorses the racist, terroristic Black Lives Matter movement whose paranoid radical left-wing members accuse police nationwide of systemic anti-black racism and brutality against black suspects.
In 2015 members of the DNC, the party’s governing body, adopted a resolution throwing their lot in with black racists and radical Black Power militants who have openly expressed support for the murder of police officers. The statement slams the United States for allegedly systemic police violence directed against African-Americans.
The resolution specifically accuses American police of “extrajudicial killings of unarmed African American men, women and children.”
In other words, it is official Democratic Party policy that America is home to roving death squads manned by police officers who specifically stalk and execute without trial black men, women, and children.
Democrats mourn thugs if they’re black, excusing their evil deeds. At the same candidate forum Keith Ellison stated without challenge that would-be murderer Trayvon Martin had died by “execution.” If anyone had objected, the person would have been shouted down.
Democrats aren’t racist enough, Brown says, ignoring the painful fact that her party ushered in the polarizing, race-obsessed Obama administration that has left America more divided than it has been in decades.
We have to accept that there is prejudice that exists within our own party and we have to be able to have these conversations. We cannot sweep that under the rug. We cannot continue to hide it. We cannot smash voices down when they are trying to scream, “Listen to me, you don’t get it.”
The problem, as she sees it, is that too many melanin-challenged people remain in positions of authority in what the voters in the last few election cycles have reduced to a regional rump party.
Brown blames her skin color.
I’m a white woman. I don’t get it. I am pleased and honored to be here today to have the conversation. I am so excited that we’re here. And I am listening. Because that’s my job. My job is to listen to the issues.
Brown volunteered to be an official censor squelching the views of those who go against her party’s apartheid-like orthodoxy. Like a freshly brainwashed undergrad, she spit out prose reflecting the politically correct slogans that would have earned her an ‘A’ grade on a term paper.
My job is to listen and be a voice and my job is to shut other white people down when they want to interrupt. My job is to shut other white people down when they want to say, “Oh, no, I’m not prejudiced. I’m a Democrat. I’m accepting.” My job is to make sure that they get that they have privilege and until we shut our mouths and we listen to those people who don’t and we lift our people up so that we all have equity in this country, so that we’re all fighting alongside each other, so that we are all on the same page and we clearly get where we’re going, we’re not going to break through this.
This is not just rhetoric. This is life or death. This moment in our country, the Democratic Party has the opportunity to do something different. We have the opportunity to really confront the fact that we have not been in alignment with our values. We’ve been talking a lot of smack. We need to make sure that our actions and our words and our values all match and around the issue of race we are so far out of alignment, I don’t even know the way back, but I am listening and I am asking and I am talking to people.
Only people who are not white are qualified to show the way forward, she continued, spelling out a manifesto of sorts.
I am talking to people of color because you have the answers, you can tell me as a leader what I need to do and that’s exactly what I’m going to do, is continue to have those conversations and continue to talk to people and make sure that every single system in our party is designed to give power back to the people. All people, but especially those people who have been disenfranchised in our country since our country started. So please, please, please, please this is a conversation I want to have and I am from Idaho. We are so white. So white. Right? Like I have been reaching out and trying to connect to anybody of color that I can find to be honest with me.
Brown said she and the other unfortunates who share her skin color need to be reeducated.
I am not a politician. I am a human being trying to do good work and I can’t do it without y’all. So please, please, please, get ahold of me. Sally at wethednc.org. I need schooling and I depend on you and the people around our community to do that so that I can go school the other white people.
DNC chairman candidate Tom Perez, who was Obama’s labor secretary and head of the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department at which he refused to enforce civil rights laws when the victims were white, weighed in with his own contribution to the partisan tribalism.
Incapable of seeing the world without the prism of race, Perez demanded that more Latino police officers work in Latino neighborhoods. “How can you help the Latino community when you don’t have Latino officers?” he said. “Kind of hard to communicate in my experience.”
“That’s why we need a police force, law enforcement, that reflects the community,” Perez said. “That is why we need a business community that reflects America.”
It’s exhausting but there it is.
The Democratic Party is now as openly racist as it was when the Democrat-led Ku Klux Klan lynched blacks, used Jim Crow laws to discriminate against and humiliate blacks, and in 1963 when Alabama Gov. George Wallace (D) blocked the entrance of the University of Alabama to stop black students from enrolling.
Except that today white Americans are the target of Democrats’ wrath.
Democrats hate white people and blame them for more or less all ills in American society. White voters understand this and this is why Republicans now control the presidency, both houses of Congress, and will soon add conservative Supreme Court justices whose influence will last generations. Nationwide, Democrats’ electoral fortunes are at their lowest ebb in a century.
But Democrats are still living in fantasy land. They rage at Trump and all other white people when they only have themselves to blame.