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The Democrat’s Racism Rears its Ugly Head: Kat Jorgensen

Leslie Brown

It’s never easy to be on a losing team. Sometimes, the feeling of the world being against you brings out the worst in people. It is particularly true in politics.

Campaigns tend to dig into the nastier side of human nature when victory appears to be slipping away. And that’s what we’re seeing from the Democrats in the last few weeks before Nov. 4th.

While the numbers vary slightly depending on the poll, Republicans appear set to win a majority in Congress. This is has led a few Democrats to start playing dirty politics in their races—specifically about race. In 2014, during the term of an Africa-American president, losing liberals have decided that now would be a good time to pull out a favorite slander of the opposing party: the dreaded “R” word.

Democratic Senator Landrieu is trailing her Republican opponent by 3 to 7 points. To boost her visibility, she did an exclusive interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd. When asked why Obama had a hard time gaining votes in Louisiana, she gave a smart answer: drilling. But instead of sticking to a legitimate answer she then moved on to racism (and sexism for good measure), encompassing the entire state in her lament. The comments she made have already gone viral, accompanied by outrage.

Maryland is attempting a similar tactic, using fliers aimed at voters of a certain skin tone, implying that segregation will return if constituents don’t re-elect Governor Anthony Brown, an African-American.
Read more at http://politicalillusionsexposed.com/democrats-stoop-race-baiting-losing-elections/

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Read more at http://politicalillusionsexposed.com/democrats-stoop-race-baiting-losing-elections/

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