The minorities of America are still slaves to a degree. They vote for people that want nothing but to contain them. The history of the Democratic Party is one of oppression since Andrew Jackson started the genocide on Native Americans. The Founders wanted to co-exist and learn from each other and that was how it was going until this. The slavery proponents of the south were democrats and the KKK formed to terrorize the GOP first and then resorted to terrorizing blacks at polls with severe force and intimidation to rig the elections. Jim Crow laws were implemented to strip rights from blacks. It got worse, their presidents Wilson and FDR were trying to send them all back to Africa. They realized they were stuck with them so they had to use them and they knew welfare would do it. We all remember the famous line from LBJ when he signed the Civil Rights Act into law. "We'll have these ni$$ers voting democrat for 200 years."
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