Democrats who call Republicans racist need to learn their history

Am I a racist? I'm told that I am.  In fact, since I've always been a conservative, I have always been called people I have never met nor will ever meet. As a matter of fact, the first time racism was employed as a national political tactic was in the 1964 presidential elections because Barry Goldwater, the Republican candidate, was a conservative, and since racist Democrats had also promoted conservative values, he had to be a racist.  Speaking of racist Democrats, at the same time Goldwater was campaigning, Democrats were fighting the Civil Rights Act, and the newly elected Alabama governor, Democrat George Wallace, was giving his "Segregation Forever" speech. George Wallace's speech is instructive and germane to the "Am I a racist?" question for a couple of reasons. First, it is instructive of what real racism looks like.  Real racism isn't disagreeing with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or Ilhan...(Read Full Post)
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