On The Daily Daily Caller Podcast today, we talk about the calls from liberals to “have a serious conversation about race in America.” They don’t mean it, they use race as a weapon to control conversations and keep people misinformed — it’s been their electoral strategy for decades.
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Rep. Ron DeSantis, who was just nominated to be the Republican candidate for governor of Florida, used the common phrase “monkey this up” in a discussion about keeping the state’s economy rolling. But because his opponent, socialist Andrew Gillum, happens to be black, the left seized on the phrase, taking it out of context to say DeSantis used it as a racial slur. Even so-called conservative Michael Steele, MSNBC contributor and former RNC chairman, joined it. Apparently when you marinate yourself in MSNBC all day and are still angry about not being re-elected to your job, you abandon all the common sense you had.
Gillum embraced the victim status, knowing his policy proposals, which only won him 34 percent of the Democratic vote, aren’t popular in Florida and a distraction from raising taxes, socialized medicine and abolishing ICE is just what he needed. It’s a pathetic attempt to change the subject, and nothing arouses liberals like victim status.
Listen to the show to hear some real talk on what is racist — like the idea that you have to have “separate, but equal” vocabularies depending upon the skin color of the person you talking to or about. Liberalism really is a mental disorder, but they do what they do for a reason.
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