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Rep. John Lewis is a racists..... just like Sharpton, Jackson and Obama.

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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:44 PM
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Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) was ONE of six leaders who organized the 1963 march on Washington and got his ass beat.... just like many others oh.... also white people got their ass beat in that march as well but back to the story. I give Rep LEWIS credit and thanks for his bravery and for his civil rights movement which I will always support..... we are ALL created equal.... thank God BUT does that give anyone the right to sit on their ass for thirty years as if they "earned" that right to be given a over paid politician job based on a single accomplishment and then expect to ride throughout life?

Other than civil rights agenda what else has this man done? Has he done anything for the white people? Does his statements bring different races together or does he seperate them?

Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) recent statements about TRUMP not be our legitimate president is a racist statement from a black man.... a typical Democratic response from a black man/woman in politics. This no longer works on white people and the black community sees a change coming.

What BLM and other racist movements today bring is hate and racist ideology and this dirt bag supports this as does Sharpton and Obama.

Rep. John Lewis, Sharpton, Jackson and Obama all have a secret..... they hate white people and their policies and statements show this very clearly.

I hope everyone in GA will kick this scumbag out at the next state election. It's people like this that keeps racism alive and strong.

Oh.... I am white and I don't owe any black person a damn thing......
edit on 16-1-2017 by DeathSlayer because: (no reason given)



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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:47 PM
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a reply to: DeathSlayer

And what has Trump done beside stiff contractors and scam the American people all while sucking on his silver spoon?


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:48 PM
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originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: DeathSlayer

And what has Trump done beside stiff contractors and scam the American people all while sucking on his silver spoon?


What does that have to do with this thread?

Please stay on topic or leave.....


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:48 PM
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I just hope you were this outraged when Trump, Arpaio and other countless Right wing hacks were questioning Obama's legitimacy because of his weird, foreign sounding last name and skin color.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:49 PM
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a reply to: DeathSlayer

Everything. The only reason you're talking about this man is because Trump attacked him on Twitter. Oh and nice thread to create on MLK day. Have you no shame?


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Everything. The only reason you're talking about this man is because Trump attacked him on Twitter. Oh and nice thread to create on MLK day. Have you no shame?


My reason for making this thread.... and your weak case to derail this thread will not work.

Did you know MANY white people walked on that day in 1963 in Washington as well?


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:53 PM
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Yea Dude wants the struggle to go on and on long after whitey has answered for his sin so to say. Got a black man in the white house and still the crap keeps flowing. But really without the thing is really just another useless public blow hard with leftover ideas that have been forged into hate speech over the years. He wouldn't even have the seat he does if blacks didn't send him there year after years to keep looking for that GD mule and 40 acres.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:55 PM
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originally posted by: Logarock
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Yea Dude wants the struggle to go on and on long after whitey has answered for his sin so to say. Got a black man in the white house and still the crap keeps flowing. But really without the thing is really just another useless public blow hard with leftover ideas that have been forged into hate speech over the years. He wouldn't even have the seat he does if blacks didn't send him there year after years to keep looking for that GD mule and 40 acres.



EXACTLY ..... and that is RACISM as well.

Voting for someone due to man's skin color...... is racism in itself.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:56 PM
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Derail it? Again, had Trump not attacked this man you wouldn't have been inspired to call a civil rights hero a racist. How disgusting of you!!!!! Meanwhile, where are your threads calling Trump a racist because they is plenty of evidence to work with there!

All of this on MLK day, you attack the man who marched and was a friend of MLK. Deplorable. Actual racists love your message.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:57 PM
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The Left is so deeply in the vat of sour grapes they are bleeding vinegar.

It is absolutely hysterical to watch how desperate they are, all the while knowing their efforts are absolutely hopeless.

I'm very surprised there have been no suicides. I mean that is the level of desperation I'm seeing here.

Lewis is just another big baby who didn't get his way and is taking his ball and going home.



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:58 PM
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Of course not, nothing calling a black president illegitimate because they claim he was born in Kenya. Meanwhile, nothing but crickets were heard when Canadian born Ted Cruz ran for office.

Hypocritical conservatives are the scourge of American politics.
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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:58 PM
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originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Everything. The only reason you're talking about this man is because Trump attacked him on Twitter. Oh and nice thread to create on MLK day. Have you no shame?


Shame! LOL. This guy passing himself off as an election hack know it all and Russian whatchamacallit. Not even going to go see Trump get all bibled in and stuff. Hes a black bigot. A political hat trick bitch baby stunt man who simply just hates rich white folks LOL



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:00 PM
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originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Everything. The only reason you're talking about this man is because Trump attacked him on Twitter. Oh and nice thread to create on MLK day. Have you no shame?

No you see. He gave him credit in the opening paragraph, so according to internet rules it excuses ALL the vitriol about him that follows.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:02 PM
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originally posted by: muse7
I just hope you were this outraged when Trump, Arpaio and other countless Right wing hacks were questioning Obama's legitimacy because of his weird, foreign sounding last name and skin color.


Yea but everybody went to the swearing in. Didn't want to be called racist by the hacks. Not this guy though! He wouldn't be happy unless a black were forever in the white house and don't mind who knows hes a racist bigot.



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:02 PM
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Sure..
What is that again??? because the thread title and opening post have nothing to do with each other.

Well except to spew hate but other than that if you could tie the two together as in how each of those fine men are racist that would be good.
Give someone something to chew on otherwise you sound a bit ummmm racist yourself.


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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:03 PM
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originally posted by: muse7
I just hope you were this outraged when Trump, Arpaio and other countless Right wing hacks were questioning Obama's legitimacy because of his weird, foreign sounding last name and skin color.



Mostly it was prompted by reports like this, from 2004: Kenyan-born Obama all set for US Senate

And not so much about "his weird, foreign sounding last name and skin color." And maybe the questions of legitimacy were made worse because Obama never authorized the HDOH to verify his birth certificate for any member of the press or any member of the public who asked. Even though he could have.

Or maybe it was the way people with questions were treated by the media -- it was suspicious how they ridiculed & shamed the issue into oblivion. Or perhaps it was the fact that Obama refused to release his long form to a soldier and let him go to prison for refusing to deploy until he saw it, BUT then coughed it up quickly when Donald Trump asked to see it.

But whatever.

Anyone who doubted the legitimacy of Obama's presidency was labeled a racist, too, so the OP is nothing out of the norm as far as partisan deflection via racecard goes.

The racial divide and feelings of racial injustice in America are simply things to exploit to score partisan points, these days.



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:03 PM
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I don't see the point to this thread.

It's race baiting and its going to solve.......?????

Who cares if a person I racist.

It's a persons right to feel the way they want.

Their life experiences have lead them to that conclusion.

And it matters not what we think of what they believe.

As long as it doesn't effect anyone else in the world, and their views don't become discriminatory in daily life, let them hate whoever they wish.

This is a nowhere discussion.



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:03 PM
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And so is any other black public figure who stands up for black civil rights!

/sarc



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:03 PM
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a reply to: Swills

Maybe instead of attacking the Op for the date of his submission you could push for the truth to come out about complicit government agencies?

www.counterpunch.org...


But should closure — or forgetfulness – follow a verdict that finds the federal government complicit in a conspiracy to assassinate one of this nation’s most historic figures? Are there indeed legitimate reasons to doubt the official story? And how should Americans evaluate this unorthodox trial, its evidence and the verdict? Without doubt, the trial in Memphis lacked the neat wrap-up of a Perry Mason.

The testimony was sometimes imprecise, dredging up disputed memories more than three decades old. Some testimony was hearsay; long depositions by deceased or absent figures were read into the record; and some witnesses had changed their stories over time amid accusations of profiteering. There was a messiness that often accompanies complex cases of great notoriety. The plaintiff’s case also did not encounter a rigorous challenge from Lewis K. Garrison, the attorney for defendant Loyd Jowers. Garrison shares the doubts about the official version, and his client, Jowers, has implicated himself in the conspiracy, although insisting his role was tangential. Some critics compared the trial to a professional wrestling match with the defense putting up only token resistance. Yet, despite the shortcomings, the trial was the first time that evidence from the King assassination was presented to a jury in a court of law. The verdict demonstrated that 12 citizens — six blacks and six whites — did not find the notion of a wide-ranging conspiracy to kill King as ludicrous as many commentators did.

The trial suggested, too, that the government erred by neglecting the larger issue of public interest in the mystery of who killed Martin Luther King Jr. Instead the government simply affirmed and reaffirmed James Earl Ray’s guilty plea for three decades. Insisting that the evidence pointed clearly toward Ray as the assassin, the government never agreed to vacate Ray’s guilty plea and allow for a full-scale trial, a possibility that ended when Ray died from liver disease in 1998.

At that point, the King family judged that a wrongful death suit against Jowers was the last chance for King’s murder to be considered by a jury. From the start, the family encountered harsh criticism from many editorial writers who judged the conspiracy allegations nutty. The King family’s suspicions, however, derived from one fact that was beyond dispute: that powerful elements of the federal government indeed were out to get Martin Luther King Jr. in the years before his murder. In particular, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover despised King as a dangerous radical who threatened the national security and needed to be neutralized by almost any means necessary. After King’s “I have a dream speech” in 1963, FBI assistant director William Sullivan called King “the most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country.” Hoover reacted to King’s Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 with the comment that King was “the most notorious liar in the country.”



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 05:04 PM
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originally posted by: muse7
because of his weird, foreign sounding last name and skin color.


Barry Soetoro?

lol



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