Don’t You Think It’s Time to Fight back Against the Rewriting of History by the Democratic Party?
It's a plan that's been in effect for decades now and yet, Republican leaders are quiet on subject
Black voters that support the Democrat Party have watched their family lives, schools neighborhoods die a death of thousand cuts every year for the last 55+ years. Why, because the black community continues to vote with a party that has promised them legislative changes and won’t deliver because it’s not beneficial to them to help minorities get better or be self-sufficient.
Many times on social media, I’ve been questioned by liberals as to why do I keep bringing up the Democrat Party’s evil racist history. “We live in today’s time and the parties switched anyway,” is what I’m told constantly from people who know nothing about facts. This statement is an insurance policy that most minorities fall into and use to (1) feel good that they have an answer for documented facts of their party’s past atrocities and (2) defend their blind ignorance for staying with a party that killed their ancestors and who continue to lead them away from freedom to a plantation of dependency.
I continue to talk about the Democrat Party’s racist past because they keep running from it by hiding it in the text books and college classes. Just in the last few years, they have changed the “words” on the Democratic National Committee’s website to say that they have championed civil rights for the last 200 years. This is an outright lie!
Hypocritically, the same Democrats are quick to falsely accuse Republicans, Conservatives of being racist, while pontificating about why black Americans vote overwhelmingly for the Democratic Party—a party whose failed policies have turned black lifestyle and communities into economic and social wastelands.
Most liberals in the Democrat Party don’t care about civil rights history because they’re ashamed of it and would lose their base if ever found out. Isn’t it strange how you speak to a Democrat today and instead of saying “I am a Democrat,” they will state they are liberal or an independent. They will tell you they do not get their information from mainstream media even though every word that comes from their mouths mirrors what you hear on TV verbatim.
I have seen many surveys that show black Americans think conservative which is a great thing but they vote liberal because they’ve been conditioned with legislative promises, continued pandering and manifested lies by Democrat leaders, white and black, who have hijacked the civil rights record OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY and returned black Americans to the plantation of dependency.
History tells us that Republican President Dwight D Eisenhower and Vice President Richard Nixon strongly supported the Civil Rights Act of 1957, while Senator’s John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson voted against it.
History also tells us that the chief opponents of the 1964 Civil Rights Act were Democrat Senators Sam Ervin, Albert Gore, Sr. and Robert Byrd. Senator Byrd, a former member of the Ku Klux Klan, filibustered against the bill for 14 straight hours before the last vote.
History continues to cry out from the grave to tell us that former presidential candidate Richard Nixon lobbied hard for the passage of the bill. When the bill finally came up for a vote, the House of Representatives passed the bill by 289 to 124. 80% of Republicans in the House of Representatives voted yes, and only 63% of Democrats voted yes. The Senate vote was 73 to 27, with 21 Democrats in the Senate voting no, and only 6 Republicans voting no.
Nixon also authored affirmative action in the early 70s, but Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have cemented through their race rallies and organizations that Nixon was in a way racist for the Southern Strategy.
This is real history. I didn’t create it but the Democrats are trying to destroy it to further their dependency agenda. If we do not continue to argue and present these facts, future generation of American Youth will be in a lot of trouble and confusion. If you don’t know where you came from, how do you know where you are going?