Racism: The Left’s Only Answer

Since at least the 1980s (yes, the 1980s!), the accusation of racism has been the left’s only answer when the facts of their policy failures are brought to light. Here is Newt Gingrich:

As I watched the Democratic debates this week, something struck me that I believe will prove important in 2020: The candidates have nothing they can defend and nothing tangible to attack.

The American economy is in great shape. Unemployment remains incredibly low (historically low for African Americans and Latinos, in fact). And despite clear hurdles, Republicans have been taking proactive steps to fix the biggest problems in health care – consistently the No. 1 issue on the minds of Americans.

So, the Democrats have been aggressively on offense and pulling from the radical Left’s playbook. What they seem not to realize is most of the American people aren’t with them.

Consider Senator Elizabeth’s Warren’s comments:

“We need to call out white supremacy for what it is — domestic terrorism — and it poses a threat to the United States of America… We live in a country now where the president is advancing environmental racism, economic racism, criminal justice racism, health care racism. The way we do better is to fight back and show something better.”

Recall, that this is a candidate who lied about her own ethnicity to advance her career. Then couple this with recent calls by Warren and other Democrats to tax Americans to pay reparations for slavery based on genealogical tests. (Slavery was indeed a horrible, un-American institution in our nation’s history – but no one alive today was a slave or a slaveowner).

I’m fairly certain that average Americans don’t consider themselves racists. They probably don’t think getting a raise makes them racist. They likely don’t think driving a gas-powered car makes them racist. They probably don’t think wanting to choose their own health insurance or doctor makes them racist. And I’m certain most don’t believe it

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