Last Saturday’s political violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, highlighted just how divided certain segments of America are along racial lines. Despite what the mainstream media is editorializing about, a vast majority of this racial animosity was started and fostered by Democrats.
This week, Fox News host Sean Hannity took Democrats, especially Hillary Clinton, to task for their hypocrisy on Charlottesville. Specifically, Hannity noted how Clinton “gave a heartfelt remembrance of Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV), a former “exalted cyclops” in the Ku Klux Klan.”
While Senator Byrd did later renounce his past activities with the Ku Klux Klan and ended his political career as a strong defender of the US Constitution, his previous involvement in supremacist politics looks decidedly suspicious given the histories of other Clinton mentors.
Bill Clinton learned a lot from two men–Senator Al Gore, Sr. (D-TN), and Senator J. William Fulbright (D-AR). While Fulbright is best known for his opposition to the Vietnam War, he consistently voted against civil rights legislation, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Fulbright later said in the 1970s that he voted against civil rights measures because, “I doubted its efficacy; second, because my constituents wouldn’t have tolerated it.”
Sen. Gore, Sr., the father of President Clinton’s Vice President, also voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In the 1960s, the Democrats were the most powerful party in the South, and a faction of Southern Democrats (called “Dixiecrats“) broke with the party in order to support racial segregation.
Of course, as so many Republicans are want to point out, the Confederate States of America was a Democrats-only entity. Similarly, in the North, Democrats routinely engaged in racial violence in order to support the cause of the CSA or to rebel against the Union’s draft calls.
Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza has made a career out of exposing the racial politics of the Democrat Party. Recently, D’Souza has come forward to expose how National Socialism influenced New Deal-era liberals. While this idea is based on extremely flimsy evidence (there is far more evidence that Stalinist communists had their tentacles in Franklin Roosevelt’s administration), D’Souza is right to note that Liberalism, Progressivism, Nazism, and Communism are all collectivist ideologies.
The New Left, which is not all that different from the Old Left, is in love with racial identity politics too. This time, the Democrats have become the anti-white party.
Beginning with the Hart-Celler Immigration Act of 1965, Democrats have essentially decided that the best way to maintain liberal power is to elect a new people. This revolutionary act has so thoroughly transformed America that the Republican Party, which helped to free the slaves, has essentially become the “white party” because the Democrats continue to peddle in identity politics for all new immigrants, both legal and illegal.
Also, by the 1972 election, the Democrats had remade themselves into the party for the Black Panthers, Maoist revolutionaries, and direct action activists who provided the blueprint for future racist organizations like Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
Hillary Clinton and other Democrats–and Republican quislings–can mewl all they want about President Donald Trump’s racism. However, the fundamental truths are that the Democrats created white identity politics and the modern Left continues to fan the flames of racial division by constantly pandering to anti-white prejudice.