The graphic that should change everything
August 21, 2016
Last night during one of her most solid shows (including talks with Donald Trump, Milwaukee County, WI Sheriff David Clarke and Vanderbilt University Professor Carol Swain), Judge Jeannine Pirro (one of the VERY FEW worth watching on the Murdoch/Clinton News Network once called Fox News) also had conservative commentator and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza (“Hillary’s America”). During the chat, race and the democrats was brought up, especially three amendments to the Constitution; 13, 14 and 15 and how the members of Congress and each state voted on these amendments to the US Constitution.
Fox contributor the great Dr. Sebastian Gorka tweeted a screenshot of the graphic.
How the Democratic Party tried to keep slavery alive. Here’s how each party voted on the key amendments.
In a similar graphic found on Twitter…
Some globalist useful idiots who still rely on the Mockingbird Media think this is all a lie. I should say to these people…BLAME YOUR HISTORY TEACHERS AS WELL!
- In 1857, a Democratically controlled Supreme Court delivered the Dred Scott decision, declaring that blacks were not persons or citizens but instead were property and therefore had no rights.
- The 13th Amendment to abolish slavery was voted for by 100% of the Republicans in congress and by 23% of the Democrats in congress.
- Not one Democrat either in the House or the Senate voted for the 14th amendment declaring that former slaves were full citizens of the state in which they lived and were therefore entitled to all the rights and privileges of any other citizen in that state.
- Not a single one of the 56 Democrats in Congress voted for the 15th amendment that granted explicit voting rights to black Americans.
- In 1866 Democrats formed the Ku Klux Klan to pave the way for Democrats to regain control in the elections.
- Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, grandfather clauses, Literacy tests, white only primaries, and physical violence all came from the Democratic Party.
- Though both the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were signed into law under Democrat President, Lyndon Johnson, it was the Republicans in Congress who made it possible in both cases – not to overlook the fact that the heart of both bills came from the work of Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
- In the 108th Congress, when Republicans proposed a permanent extension of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, it was opposed by the Congressional Black Caucus (composed only of Democrats).
- African Americans were the victims of this disposable property ideology a century and a half ago, and still are today. Consider: although 12 percent of the current population is African American, almost 35 percent of all abortions are performed on African Americans. In fact, over the last decade, for every 100 African American live births, there were 53 abortions of African American babies. Democrats have encouraged this; and although black Americans are solidly pro-life with almost two-thirds opposing abortion on demand, a number of recent votes in Congress reveals that Democrats hold exactly the opposite view, with some 80 percent of congressional Democrats being almost rabidly pro-abortion and consistently voting against protections for innocent unborn human life.
Now tell me again all you Hillbot globalists in Hollywood on Wall Street and who are part of the Military industrial Complex…HOW ON EARTH CAN YOU SAY REPUBLICANS ARE KU KLUX KLAN?! YOUR NARRATIVE HAS BEEN OBLITERATED!.