Real Racism: Lessons in 'To Kill a Mockingbird'


My name is Bob Ewell. We’re all Bob Ewells if you check with the Left and their media mouthpieces.

Who is Bob Ewell? Well, if you’ve ever watched the movie To Kill a Mockingbird, you’d know that Ewell is the racist character who destroyed the life of an innocent man.

To Kill A Mockingbird is a classic American film, based on Harper Lee’s novel of life in 1936 Alabama and racial injustice that resided there.

The importance of this movie is that the cries of racism today, most recently by former president Jimmy Carter — which are not true — damage and set back the real cases of racism. This movie shows us real racism, which thankfully, we don’t see much of today. Jimmy Carter is screeching that we’re racist, that we don’t think Obama is qualified because he’s Black.

Watch To Kill a Mockingbird and see for yourself.

Now, Carter would know something about being unqualified, wouldn’t he? Arguably the most unqualified president in modern history, what’s his excuse? Last time I checked, his skin is pasty white.

The contrast is glaring between this made up political racism and the real deal — the real Bob Ewells of the world.

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