Latest Biden blunder: 'Poor kids' just as bright as 'white kids'...
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To keep Texas county red, Republican says time to become politically intolerant…
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Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is claiming the candidate misspoke when he told a group of Iowa voters on Thursday that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” in the aftermath of two mass shootings, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) argued that white supremacists felt empowered by President Donald Trump. Brown said, “I would just hope the president would begin to —
Pete Buttigieg, 2020 White House hopeful and South Bend, Indiana, mayor reacted to the deadly shooting at an El Paso, Texas Walmart, claiming the United States is “under attack” from “homegrown, white nationalist terrorism.”
The Democrat Party’s opposition to any and all controls on illegal and legal immigration has surged for decades leading up to the 2020 presidential election, analysis reveals.
Yahoo News stealth-edited its piece on A-list actor Chris Pratt, with its original headline suggesting that he was wearing a “white supremacist” T-shirt – an image resembling the Gadsden Flag. Yahoo later took out the phrase “white supremacist” after it was revealed that the report was based on nothing more than a handful of rants from unverified Twitter accounts.
The New York City Department of Education has instructed its teachers that “objectivity” and “individuals” are “white supremacist” concepts.
Model-turned-left-wing activist Chrissy Teigen slammed Laura Ingraham as a “white supremacist” after the Fox News host questioned whether she deserved to be featured in the TIME 100 “Most Influential People” list.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday called for a change among “white man’s culture” when it comes to sexual assault. Biden lamented his role in Anita Hill’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. “To this day I regret I couldn’t come
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“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” Mr. [Steve] King said.
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson said Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) was a “white supremacists.” Commenting on Hyde-Smith’s recent controversy, including her public hanging comment, Dyson said, “Not only in 2018 should we be introspective, we should move beyond introspection to reconstruction, and figuring out a way to link our ideals and our practices. And in Mississippi, with the history, the ghost of Mississippi, the blood of Mississippi from its rivers where Emmett Till died, where Medgar Evers died, where those three civil rights workers, two Jews and a black person died, we have to come to grips with it in 2018, and the only way to do that is to take a harder look at what we’ve been able to do and not able to do, and then you know, roll up our sleeves, so to speak, and work together.” He continued, “Cindy Hyde-Smith is a racist, a white nationalist, a white supremacist. And it is a shame that white Mississippians would exonerate her in advance and excuse her for the intimidating hatred that she expresses, and God forbid that she would then be elected to go to the Senate of the United States to do more damage
Leftists on Wednesday blamed “white women” for high-profile Democrat midterm losses, despite those candidates running in red states.