The Democrats and the MSM are exploiting the murder of George Floyd to trash President Trump to African Americans. That is because they know that Trump’s gains in the African American community will spell certain doom for Joe Biden in November. As it should. For decades Joe Biden has exploited, used, and abused African Americans. Predictably the MSM continues to give Biden a pass for his racist record. The good news is that the presidential debates are fast approaching. Rest assured that President Trump is going to attack Biden’s abhorrent anti-Black policies with guns blazing.
In today’s Wall Street Journal, Daniel Henninger writes:
America’s New Nihilism
‘Systemic racism’ is a systemic forgetting of 55 years of urban policy failure.
The late 1960s were the heyday of modern American liberalism, which was then an ideology of hope. A bipartisan Congress passed landmark civil-rights legislation in 1964 and 1965. The precipitating event of the urban riots in 1968 was the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. New York, Trenton, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, Kansas City, and Washington were on fire. Arguably back then, despite passage of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs, not enough time had passed for liberal policies to ameliorate conditions in the inner cities.
Last week, George Floyd died after rough treatment from arresting Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin, who was arrested and charged with murder. Since then, there have been daily protests accompanied by riot and pillage in multiple U.S cities. A primary claim made repeatedly this week is that the U.S., which means the American people, are guilty of perpetual “systemic racism.”
It is evident from the coverage that most of the demonstrators were born after 1990. By then, the Great Society programs had been in place for 25 years, and now it is 55 years. Annual budget appropriations totaling multiple trillions of dollars on Medicaid, food stamps, welfare, public housing, rent subsidies and federal aid to public schools have produced . . . what?
Since the 1960s, essentially little has changed in the neighborhoods at the center of those long-ago urban riots. By current telling, they are about as poor, as crime-ridden, as under-educated and in poor health as they were when LBJ said he would change them. That means five decades of stasis and stagnation in America’s most marginalized places, virtually all of it under Democratic—now “progressive”—political control.
The failure of the liberal model is by now so embarrassing that the current owners of that model have created an alternative universe of explanations, such as blaming it on American settlers in the early 17th century or the nonexistence of “justice.”
We must defend the rights of every citizen to live without violence, prejudice, or fear.
We are working toward a more just society, but that means building up, not tearing down.
Standing in solidarity, not surrendering to hostility.pic.twitter.com/ITM7lOSx16
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….the possible exception of another Republican President, the late, great, Abraham Lincoln…and it’s not even close. The Democrats know this, and so does the Fake News, but they refuse to write or say it because they are inherently corrupt! See “pinned” above.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2020
Spoken clearly and perfect for anybody to understand. Slow down your day for a minute and listen to this. pic.twitter.com/xvopI0R1Z6
— Jevon Smith (@me_think_free) June 3, 2020
.@cthagod. #JimCrowJoe has been in government for over 47 yrs & was Vice President to a black President for 8 of those yrs. If he didn't correct his, as you stated, "Racist Legislation" in almost half of a century, what makes you think he will "Correct That" for black people now? pic.twitter.com/plNpz18hRr
— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) June 3, 2020
Black Lives Matter to President Trump
By Real Clear Politics, June 3, 2020
I understand the desire to let your voice be heard by protesting something you find unjust. I’ve done it. Years before my home state recognized Martin Luther King Day as a holiday, we would peacefully march in January because to me and my family it was important to observe that holiday.
Throughout history there have been times when images of the black experience have pricked the consciousness of all Americans. In 1955, it was the open casket of 14-year-old Emmett Till. In 1965, it was the peaceful protesters on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., brutalized by Bull Connor-style officers on national TV. In 2014, it was Eric Garner pleading for his life in New York saying, “I can’t breathe,” and tragically in 2020 it was George Floyd’s cry before his cruel and unjustifiable death at the knee of a rogue police officer.
The public response to each of these incidents and many others varied, but none seem to have sparked what we see today. Peaceful protests of good people who rightfully want justice and change turned into organized chaos of violence, looting, rioting, property destruction and even deaths. Reports now show many of these agitators are members of organized militant leftists’ groups like Antifa that have no interest in peace, change or justice.
On May 31 and June 1, 1921, black lives, wealth and an entire community was literally lost in Tulsa, Okla., at the hands of a violent racist mob and no one was held responsible. The economically prosperous community of black residents was known as “Black Wall Street.” Ninety-nine years later, history has repeated itself with the looting, rioting, violence and destruction of small businesses — representing jobs, livelihoods and dreams — and, even more importantly, more lives lost.
These historical tragedies need to stop repeating themselves. The time is now for change, justice and action.
Black Americans have endured the painful sting of racism, discrimination and excessive force from rogue police officers for too long. The cries of the people are deeper than any isolated incident. I have experienced racism, excessive force from a county sheriff, discrimination, and personal attacks because of the color of my skin and even my political affiliation.
I have dedicated my political life to being an advocate for my community from within the Republican Party to ensure that our political and socio-economic issues are always on the table.
It is time for action and President Trump is a man of action. His decisive leadership and inclusive agenda have shown that he is interested in putting America First, and that includes black America.
Mark Levin interviews conservative talk radio host Larry Elder. “Malcolm X said that the biggest enemy of blacks is the white liberal. … Black people really need to rethink their allegiance to the Democrat Party,” Elder says.Want to see more? Subscribe to LevinTV today and try it free for 30 days. http://Bit.ly/levintv
Posted by LevinTV on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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