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bronz4141
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« on: January 12, 2019, 12:59:52 pm »

Go on the popular conservative news sites like Breitbart. The comments there are indistinguishable from white nationalists, it's the exact same rhetoric and arguments. The Republican base is racist. And no, it's not both sides. You won't find hardcore anti-white SJW rhetoric in Democraticunderground or Daily Kos comment sections.

Um, look at the comments.

Don't play games. Democrats have a white voter problem as the Republicans have a minority voters problem.

https://upload.democraticunderground.com/118764285#post61
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« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2019, 09:14:58 pm »

If Tim Scott had any brains in his head he'd be a Democrat. Steve King/Trumpian racial politics will become the new norm. As America becomes less white, the Republican Party will have to win a bigger share of the white vote to stay relevant. That means they'll become more extreme, more racist, and more openly and overtly expressing white supremacist views.

The Democratic Party doesn't believe in the things he believes in, free enterprise, respect of U.S. soldiers with better pay, etc.

Although the Republican Party is horrible, the Democratic Party is not any better. He'd be better off as a black Independent who still has conservative views.
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« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2019, 12:30:21 am »

If Tim Scott had any brains in his head he'd be a Democrat. Steve King/Trumpian racial politics will become the new norm. As America becomes less white, the Republican Party will have to win a bigger share of the white vote to stay relevant. That means they'll become more extreme, more racist, and more openly and overtly expressing white supremacist views.

The Democratic Party doesn't believe in the things he believes in, free enterprise, respect of U.S. soldiers with better pay, etc.
This statement is 100% false.

Obama and the Democrats voted in 2007 in the Bush era against pay raise and funding for U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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