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Voters at a precinct on Philadelphia's Fairmont Street witnessed unusual sights and sounds on Election Day Nov. 4, 2008. Two members of the New Black Panther Party, King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, stood within 15 feet of this polling station dressed in military-style black jackets, black berets and black combat boots. King Samir Shabazz wielded a 2-foot-long night stick. "Cracker, you are about to be ruled by a black man," one of the New Black Panthers told a white voter.
They taunted others as "white devils." A black couple who served as Republican poll watchers said they felt endangered when the Panthers called them "race traitors."
originally posted by: BoscoMoney
a reply to: Krakatoa
It seems to me that hatred based on the color of someones skin is racism. So, going by the Dems minus level of intelligence and reasoning, anyone who calls Trump "orange man bad" is racist. Huh.
At least six Democratic presidential contenders have called President Trump a white supremacist, and several others are suggesting the same. A Trump campaign official said: "They’re trying to make the case that anyone who supports this president is a racist. They’re talking about [nearly] half the country."
The state of play:
Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Kirsten Gillibrand, as well as Beto O'Rourke and Pete Buttigieg, have all publicly called the president a white supremacist since Saturday's El Paso massacre. Buttigieg said yesterday, when Axios' Alexi McCammond asked him — at a National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) forum in Miami — if he thinks Trump is a white supremacist: "Yes, I do. At best, he’s emboldening people with that intention."