The Democrat Party: The Party that tried to Filibuster the Civil Rights Act.

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Not only did Al Gore's father lead the fight to deny blacks their Civil Rights,, but the Mentor of today's leader of the Democrat party was one of those racists who tried to deny blacks equal rights.


How is it that the DEMOCRAT party can elect a KKK Leader to the Senate until he died in 2010, AND have two of their Presidential candidates in this century closely tied to the attempt to deny blacks their civil rights?

 

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A Dimbo ouch moment. Oh how history hurts.
 
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trying to conflate the Dem party of today with the Dixiecrats of 1965 and before is stupid and dishonest.

Those Dixiecrats are now solidly Republicans
I always get a kick out of this excuse for your party's blatant and longstanding racism.

And I always love asking for this list of these politicians in DC who switched parties.

GO!
 

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Say, what ever happened to those Southern States after the Northern Democrats bargained with the Northern Republicans to force them to treat their Negros like human beings? Not the southern politicians who all voted against it, they weren't the traitors to the south, but the States government and eventually the seats in the Federal Government that were traditionally Democrat strongholds?

Reliably red, till now!
 

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trying to conflate the Dem party of today with the Dixiecrats of 1965 and before is stupid and dishonest.

Those Dixiecrats are now solidly Republicans
Bullshit. Republicans of that era never changed parties, nor did the Democrats.

Besides, blacks started voting in majority for Democrats back in the 1930’s, when the Dems were the Party of the KKK and brought back its resurgence. Blacks didn’t start voting for Dems in the 1960’s over civil rights, they started voting for them in the 1930’s when the Democrats promised them welfare.
 

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Not only did Al Gore's father lead the fight to deny blacks their Civil Rights,, but the Mentor of today's leader of the Democrat party was one of those racists who tried to deny blacks equal rights.


How is it that the DEMOCRAT party can elect a KKK Leader to the Senate until he died in 2010, AND have two of their Presidential candidates in this century closely tied to the attempt to deny blacks their civil rights?

Only in the asylum of the D-istrict of C-orruption can this happen!
 

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Would you say those Democrats were liberals or conservatives?
 

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Not only did Al Gore's father lead the fight to deny blacks their Civil Rights,, but the Mentor of today's leader of the Democrat party was one of those racists who tried to deny blacks equal rights.


How is it that the DEMOCRAT party can elect a KKK Leader to the Senate until he died in 2010, AND have two of their Presidential candidates in this century closely tied to the attempt to deny blacks their civil rights?


Because things change.

And because two parties vying for more than 50% of the voters is a ridiculous situation.

Proportional Representation would allow for far more viable parties, for individuals to vote for lots of policies they want, rather than a few shiny pointless policies with the rest being the rich controlling everything while the rest bitch and slap and throw insults at each other.
 

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In spite of the filibuster, more Democrats voted in support of CVA than against.
 
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Not only did Al Gore's father lead the fight to deny blacks their Civil Rights,, but the Mentor of today's leader of the Democrat party was one of those racists who tried to deny blacks equal rights.


How is it that the DEMOCRAT party can elect a KKK Leader to the Senate until he died in 2010, AND have two of their Presidential candidates in this century closely tied to the attempt to deny blacks their civil rights?

Then you oppose the GOP and their cutting back on the Civil Rights Act, yes?
 
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Not only did Al Gore's father lead the fight to deny blacks their Civil Rights,, but the Mentor of today's leader of the Democrat party was one of those racists who tried to deny blacks equal rights.


How is it that the DEMOCRAT party can elect a KKK Leader to the Senate until he died in 2010, AND have two of their Presidential candidates in this century closely tied to the attempt to deny blacks their civil rights?

Then you oppose the GOP and their cutting back on the Civil Rights Act, yes?
I have no idea WTF you are babbling about, and neither do you.
 

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Every one of your bullshit stories from your Alt-left sources have been debunked, Dummy. :laughing0301: :itsok:
 

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    See full list on civilrights.org
  2. Major test for Voting Rights Act at Supreme Court as GOP ...
    www.msn.com › en-us › news
    Mar 03, 2021 · As Republicans in nearly every state push new voting restrictions, the Supreme Court will decide how those new rules should be judged under federal civil rights law.
  3. Forget Dr. Seuss And Cancel Culture – The Real GOP Agenda Is ...
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Every one of your bullshit stories from your Alt-left sources have been debunked, Dummy. :laughing0301: :itsok:
Your opinion without evidence is meaningless.
 
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Every one of your bullshit stories from your Alt-left sources have been debunked, Dummy. :laughing0301: :itsok:
Your opinion without evidence is meaningless.
Pedo Joe has been given 4 Pinochios for his lies about the Georgia law, Halfwit.
 

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trying to conflate the Dem party of today with the Dixiecrats of 1965 and before is stupid and dishonest.

Those Dixiecrats are now solidly Republicans
there was no Dixiecrats in 1965.....the Dixiecrats were created in 1948 by some dems, to run against Truman, they dissolved that same year, and where welcomed back in the party by 1952...with open arms...the Dems even nominated one of them as VP

 

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trying to conflate the Dem party of today with the Dixiecrats of 1965 and before is stupid and dishonest.

Those Dixiecrats are now solidly Republicans
there was no Dixiecrats in 1965.....the Dixiecrats were created in 1948 by some dems, to run against Truman, they dissolved that same year, and where welcomed back in the party by 1952...with open arms...the Dems even nominated one of them as VP

?
 

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trying to conflate the Dem party of today with the Dixiecrats of 1965 and before is stupid and dishonest.

Those Dixiecrats are now solidly Republicans
there was no Dixiecrats in 1965.....the Dixiecrats were created in 1948 by some dems, to run against Truman, they dissolved that same year, and where welcomed back in the party by 1952...with open arms...the Dems even nominated one of them as VP

?
what do you have a question about?
 

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