Only sellouts discuss race in politics. That’s why Democrats constantly bring up race. Because Democrats are sellouts.
As Kevin Jackson puts it: “I wrote the book on Race Pimping. Not because I am one, but because I recognize those who are.”
Jackson goes on to say:
“If I were a race pimp, I would be a billionaire, and likely at least a senator. My refusal to sell out means I must work for a living. Further, my reward lies only in my hope for truth.
Consider my plight. If I win in the race game, game over. I approach race politics as self-defeating. So the better I do in changing minds, the less chance I have for additional work. Put another way, no race politics, no need for my work in its present form.
I’m good with that. But the real race pimps are not. They rely on the chaos of race issues. Thus, they never want the money-train to end.”
Leftists and other race pimps ignore obvious racism of Democrats.
But worse, they create racism for Republicans.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
Rasmussen recently polled on the race card,
Joe Biden triggered a backlash last week when he said blacks who choose President Trump over him aren’t really black, but most voters continue to believe politicians only play the so-called ‘race card’ to win, not to fix minority problems. Still, they see Democrats like Biden as a bigger help than Republicans.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 19% of Likely U.S. Voters think most politicians raise racial issues to address real problems. Sixty-nine percent (69%) say they raise racial issues just to be elected, although that’s down from a high of 78% when we first asked this question six years ago. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Unchanged in recent years, however, are the 33% who feel political candidates discuss racial issues too much. Just as many (34%) say they discuss them too little, while 24% believe the level of discussion is about right.
Forty-seven percent (47%) of voters think Democrats have done more historically for black Americans than Republicans have, compared to 28% who feel the GOP has done more. Nineteen percent (19%) think both parties have been about the same.
Blacks (60%) who historically vote overwhelmingly for Democratic candidates are much more likely than whites (44%) and other minorities (49%) to believe the Democratic Party has done more for them.
You Ain’t Black
Now that Biden clarified his ability to determine who is and isn’t black, we have to wonder how this super power will play into the election.
Will he pick a woman? Moreover, will he choose a black woman? And if so, will she be able to prove her blackness? Maybe Biden could put Kamala Harris on the ballot with him. At least that would make up for the whole busing fiasco.
As Mercury News writes:
There’s no question that the California senator sits atop the pile right now. And, as Politico’s Christopher Cadelago noted in a terrific piece on Harris, the hard feelings over her attack on Biden’s record on busing appear to have faded as Biden and those close to him write it off to the give and take of a contested primary campaign. Harris, simply put, checks the most boxes for Biden.
Of course, Biden put the Democrats in a pickle when he exposed their racist ways. But in a hilarious move, the Trump Team pounced on Biden’s comments by creating the website www.youaintblack.com.
As Kevin Jackson recently penned:
Biden put Democrats in a rough spot. Black Democrats know what Biden said is racist. So now they must confront this realization head on.
But there’s always an upside. So, at least they have a website (thanks to Trump) to get their “black” updates.
Further, we have the best t-shirt idea since the happy face.