Racism is the new Black

U.S. Attorney General Holder was clearly inferring racism especially given the room at the National Action Network which included one of America’s top race baiters, Al Sharpton.

Democrats are pushing a racism narrative in a cynical, divisive election year political ploy. They want to paint Republicans as someone to run away from. In the last week we see a pattern of top Democrats playing the race card expertly as they always do.

As reported in the Daily Caller 

On Wednesday afternoon, Attorney General Eric Holder threw out some thinly veiled race-hate, telling an audience that criticism of his contempt for Congress was “unprecedented, unwarranted, ugly, and divisive adversity” that no other “attorney general has ever had to deal with.”
[“Black vote,” check.]
That same day, Politico published an interview where House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi more openly stoked race-hate, saying conservative opposition to amnesty “has a scent of Japanese internment.”
[“Asian vote,” check.]
Later that night, President Barack Obama whipped up a little more identity politics, complaining to an audience of Texas donors that “Our … younger, more unmarried women, more African American and Latino voters … have this congenital disease, which is in midterm elections we don’t vote at the same rate” as married and white people (read: not Democrats).
[Check, check, check, check.]
The next day, Ms. Pelosi told reporters, “I think race has something to do with the fact that [conservatives] they’re not bringing up an immigration bill.”

[“Everyone who isn’t “Irish” — check.] 

My question for Nancy Pelosi is name the one’s who said ‘Irish.’ 

More fuel to the false racism fire and on video from DCCC Chair Steve Israel on CNN with Candy Crowley after she plays him the Pelosi comment and asks “Do you think your republican colleagues are racist?’ He answers… 

“Not all of them [Republican colleagues], no, of course not. But to a significant extent, the Republican base does have elements that are animated by racism, and that’s unfortunate.” 

My question for Rep. Steve Israel is name his Republican colleagues who are racist so I can confront them. 


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