Chuck Schumer’s Untold RACIST History Against Blacks
Democrats love to smear conservatives as “racists”.
Remember the lesson: Democrats accuse others of which Democrats are actually guilty.
A perfect example of such blatant hypocrisy is the racist past of Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. He has always been one to call Republicans ‘racist’.
Look at how Schumer and other Democrats paint President Trump. Yet, until Trump declared for the presidency, actually more accurately become the presidential nominee, Democrats just thought of the man as a person who would never be president. Ergo, no threat to the establishment.
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Schumer and other Democrats attacked Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions. They called the man who destroyed the Klan in Alabama a ‘racist’. How’s that for irony!
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Conservative talk show host Larry Elder explains Schumer’s racist past.
Chuck Schumer began his career as a New York State Assemblyman.
In 1974 he concocted a disgustingly racist scheme to push blacks out of a white neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
Schumer convinced people living in the neighborhood that if they supported him, he would use his clout to defraud the blacks living in the neighborhood. Ultimately he planned to get rid of them.
As the Spectator documented:
The Flatbush section of Brooklyn entire segment is populated by whites, mostly Italians and Jews, with a recent influx of Slavic immigrants. Right smack dab in the middle of this box is a series of apartment houses on Avenue K, from E. 12th to E. 15th Street, whose tenants are almost 100% black.
There existed (and to an extent still exists) a fear, perhaps a paranoia, that this cluster of black people in the heart of the neighborhood was rendering it “unsafe.”
Then the word went out that there was a plan to evict all the blacks. A local political kingmaker set up a round of meetings with community groups to introduce them to a recent Harvard grad, Charles Schumer, who had fashioned a solution to this nagging problem. Although I was only 16 years old at the time, I was entering Brooklyn College and had long been a confirmed political junkie. Being that young, I was more or less invisible to the adults who were engaged in these momentous matters, so I was able to slip into one of these sessions unhampered.
What Schumer explained to these audiences was as follows: If they elected him to the State Assembly, he would put forth a bill that would create a set of provisions, ostensibly to “help” the underprivileged urban blacks. It would identify those apartment buildings on Ave. K as being in a state of some dilapidation, requiring an extensive facelift and revamping of the apartments.
So not only did Schumer pretend to help blacks while hurting them. He did so in order to further his career and curry favor with whites.
Moreover what he did next was even more revolting.
The article continues.
Black residents would then all be relocated into government or government-subsidized housing. At the end of the process, the individual apartments would be redefined as co-ops or condominiums to be sold to private owners. Although on paper the current tenants would be given priority for the right to purchase the newly upgraded condos, we could be sure that —the blacks would not be able to raise the cash required, which would be not inconsiderable.
So Schumer, in typical Democrat fashion, got his start by pushing blacks out of their housing. Why? To make white’s feel more comfortable.
Next, he then put blacks in ghettos. But now he claims to represent the interest of blacks?
And Schumer isn’t the only racist Democrat who wishes to forget his past.
Take Jimmy Carter for example. A beloved and idolized former president admitted in his own 1982 book, Keeping Faith, that he was “not involved in the early struggles to end racism discrimination and actually supported segregation.”
“When Carter returned to Plains, Georgia, after serving in the Navy, he became a member of the Sumter County School Board, which did not implement the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision handed down by the Supreme Court. Instead, the board continued to segregate school children on the streets of Carter’s hometown.
Carter’s board tried to stop the construction of a new “Elementary Negro School” in 1956. Local white citizens had complained that the school would be “too close” to a white school. As a result, “the children, both colored and white, would have to travel the same streets and roads in order to reach their respective schools.” The prospect of black and white children commingling on the streets on their way to school was apparently so horrible to Carter that he requested that the state school board stop construction of the black school until a new site could be found. “
Yet in 2015 Carter to tried to pander to blacks. He pretended to be disgusted with racist American tendencies and the mistreatment of blacks by law enforcement:
“The recent publicity about mistreatment of black people in the judicial and police realm has been a reminder that the dreams of the civil rights movement have not been realized,” Carter said in an interview published by AARP Bulletin.
So Schumer is in good company when it comes to discrimination against blacks.
And like Jimmy Carter and countless other Democrats, Schumer built his career on favoring whites over blacks.