Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Trump Disavowed the KKK. When Will Obama Do the Same?

For years Trump has disavowed the Ku Klux Klan. But Obama accepted the endorsement and eulogized former Klan leader Robert Byrd!

Based on one confused answer Donald Trump gave to Jake Tapper on CNN the mainstream media is having a field day accusing Trump of accepting an endorsement from former Klan leader David Duke. Apparently it doesn't matter to the left wing media that Trump has repeatedly disavowed David Duke over many years.
Obama and KKK Byrd. No problem with that endorsement!
Meanwhile, recall that Obama accepted the endorsement of Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV). Byrd is famous for being an Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan. As a Senator he led a filibuster against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and fought desegregation. Byrd went on to become Senate Majority Leader and President pro tem. If you think he changed his tune later in life, well, not really. He continued to use the "n" word as late as 2009 [video].

And isn't it interesting that Obama refused to attend the funeral of Supreme Court Justice Scalia but delivered the eulogy for Byrd praising him as "a voice of principle and reason."

It's Democrats, not Republicans who have a history of racism running through their party. And while their overt language has changed, the results remain the same. A new study by the Urban League found that blacks in Chicago are much worse off and that the city, run by Democrats for generations is one of the most segregated cities in the country; behind only New York and Milwaukee, also run by Democrats.

Across the board blacks are worse off under Obama and Democrat rule. But rather than deal honestly with that problem the media is busy misdirecting people to a phony link between Trump and the KKK. Well, when your policy has failed to alleviate the problems you campaign on you have to flim flam voters somehow!

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