MSNBC Guest: The U.S. Was Founded on the Backbone of Racism

Jake Baker  ·  November 19, 2017  ·  Featured, Opinion, Left Wing Ideology, Race, Leftist Bullies

By: Jack Hammer - TapWires News Service

In their typical race baiting leftist hate America style, MSNBC packs as many lies into a short segment as is humanly possible. 

Here's a quote from hard left Jimmy Williams: "Let me be clear: Racism is not just in the South, it is in every state in this country. This country was founded  on the backbone of racism and will continue to, sadly, for a long time to come.” 

Saturday on MSNBC's "AM Joy," "DecodeDC" leftist broken record and podcast host Jimmy Williams touched on Alabama Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones' prosecution of two of the men behind the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham as a U.S. attorney, without mentioning that any prosecutor worth his salt would have done the same thing. 

History records that it was democrats like Woodrow Wilson a Democrat who resegregated the nation and the military leading his fellow democrats the party of slavery and the KKK back to their racist roots.  And those roots are still growing the lynching tree of their racist past. Remember it is the Democrats that fight school choice for predominantly black children trapped in sub-par, violent, gang run and drug infested inner city schools as a part of their plantation politics regime that keeps blacks poor and dependent on their plantation economic slavery.  

Williams claimed the United States was "founded on the backbone of racism.  This despite the fact that the same percentage of free blacks owned slaves as free whites. Only 13% of the south held slaves and that we fought a civil war where "the white people he loves to disparage fought to free those held under the ungodly yoke of slavery. 

But why bother with the truth when a liberal lie will hurt America, further divide us and make brownie points with liberal friends and pundits.   

MSNBC, Racism, Race Baiting, Leftist Nonsense, Leftist Nonsense , Jimmy Williams

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