Those Racist Republicans?

Republicans are racist! This lying liberal talking point has become tedious and ridiculous. But I wonder how many people actually still believe it.

Dr. Ben Carson, Trump administration Housing and Urban Development Secretary, is one of the many strong patriotic conservatives to speak at the Republican National Convention this week. He’s gone on record saying:

“We, the American people, are not each other’s enemies. The enemies are those behind the curtain jerking everybody’s chains and trying to divide us by age, race, and income.”

Division is a tactic of the left. One way Democrats keep driving a wedge between people is by stoking racial division, and they’re taking full advantage of the global movement, Black Lives Matter as well as riot season to scare people.

But if you look at the facts rather than just emotion, at President Trump’s policies, and at what is unreported by the liberal media, it proves the accusations of racism are baseless. Let’s take a look at some black success stories and some of the featured guests from the Republican National Convention.

One of the most impactful speeches from the RNC was former NFL running back, Hershel Walker who has known Donald Trump for 37 years and said it was a personal insult that people would think he was friends with a racist. He said Trump treated janitors, security guards, and waiters the same as a VIP. Walker added:

“I pray every night that God gives him more time. Give him four more years. He has accomplished so much, almost all by himself, under constant attack, but there’s still more work to be done. If you love America and want to make it better, Donald Trump is your president. He’s my president. And I’m blessed to call him friend.”

Another powerful speech was from a young Republican woman running for Congress in deep blue Baltimore which is a long shot to be sure. But when are people who are living there and suffering going to say they’ve had enough?

That’s the challenge Kim Klacik is putting out there in an effort to save one of the most crime-ridden cities in the U.S. controlled by Democrats for decades. Her infomercial has gone viral as she walks through decimated parts of Baltimore stating the facts.

Monday at the Republican Convention, she said:

“Joe Biden believes we can’t think for ourselves — that the color of someone’s skin dictates their political views,” and added, “We’re not buying the lies anymore — you and your party have ignored us for too long.”

Democrats still assume that black people will vote for them, no matter how much they let us down and take us for granted. We’re sick of it. We’re not going to take it anymore. The days of blindly supporting the Democrats are coming to an end.”

You can almost hear liberal media heads exploding.

Adding to the impact of the Republican message this week, the RNC featured several Democrats who did not vote for Trump in 2016, but after seeing his effectiveness and policies helping the people, they are now campaigning for him.

Lifelong Democrat, Vernon Jones, a state representative from Georgia said Joe Biden has had 47 years to produce results, but have instead delivered “all talk and no action.” He said:  

“But I have news for Joe Biden; We are free; we are free people with free minds,” he continued. “I am part of a large and growing segment of the Black community who are independent thinkers. And we believe that Donald Trump is the President that America needs to lead us forward.”

Vernon Jones went on to say that it’s just the opposite of what the media portrays, that  the Democrat Party is the one that has become infected with intolerance, bigotry, socialism, anti-law enforcement bias and “a dangerous tolerance for people who attack others, destroy property and terrorize our communities.”

On Tuesday, the RNC featured Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron who at one point spoke directly to Joe Biden saying, “I am black and we are not all the same, sir.” 

I also think about Joe Biden who says if you aren’t voting for me, you ain’t black; who argued that Republicans would put us back in chains, who says there’s no diversity of thought in the black community.

Mr. Vice President, look at me.  I am black. We are not all the same, sir. I am not in chains. My mind is my own, and you can’t tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin.

Share this because it destroys the Democrat media’s narrative that all blacks support Biden and Republicans are racist.

Republican power player, Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, spoke opening night emphasizing the fact that she’s the daughter of proud Indian immigrants, and that it’s now fashionable to say America is racist. Haley insisted that’s a lie.”

She reminded us of the importance of America supporting Israel and that President Trump moved our embassy to Jerusalem.

Haley said that when the UN tried to condemn the administration for doing so, “I was proud to cast the American veto.”

She reminded us that the Obama Biden policy was to denounce our ally, Israel, and in its final days allowed a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israel’s West Bank settlements.

“Obama and Biden let Iran get away with murder and literally sent them a plane full of cash,” Haley said. “President Trump did the right thing and ripped up the Iran nuclear deal.” Then came a brief comparison:

 “This president has a record of strength and success. The former vice president has a record of weakness and failure. Joe Biden is good for Iran and ISIS, great for Communist China, and he’s a godsend to everyone who wants America to apologize, abstain and abandon our values.”

She also said what most of us understand, that last time, Joe’s boss was Obama. This time it would be [Nancy] Pelosi, [Bernie] Sanders and the Squad. “Their vision for America is socialism,” Haley claimed.

Just two more quotes. Maximo Alvarez, a Florida businessman who fled communist Cuba warned against the socialist left agenda and the Democrats gaining power here in the U.S.

He said ideas like spreading the wealth, defunding the police, or trusting government were all false promises, what he called familiar “echoes of the former life I never wanted to hear again.”

This man truly supports the president and loves America. He nearly breaks into tears a few times during his speech. Alvarez added:

“We cannot let them take over our country,” he said. “I heard the promises of Fidel Castro, and I can never forget all those who grew up around me, who look like me, who suffered and starved and died because they believed those empty promises, they swallowed the Communist poison pill.”

Finally, I hope you watched the entire speech from RNC keynote speaker, Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina. He made so many great points and including the truth that President Trump built what Scott referred to as “the most inclusive economy ever. 7 million jobs created pre-COVID-19, two thirds of which went to women, African-Americans and Hispanics.”

Scott stated:

We are not fully where we want to be, but I thank God Almighty we are not where we used to be. We are always striving to be better. When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again. We don’t give in to cancel culture or the radical and factually baseless belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or in the 1960s. We have work to do, but I believe in the goodness of America. The promise that all men and all women are created equal…Over the past four years, we have tremendous progress toward that promise.

Even Communist News Network’s Van Jones told a panel on CNN that there’s no denying what the president has done to help the black community. A far-left progressive, Jones even said he gives Trump credit for applauding the fact the Trump administration has helped black colleges, criminal justice reform, and the highest job numbers for the black community in American history.

I want you to watch for something. Democrats in D.C. and their liberal media activist arm are of the Party are now referring to Joe Biden as hope and light, and to President Trump as doom and darkness. But if you’ve been paying attention, the truth is the exact opposite. The Bible refers to this as calling evil good and good evil.

We’re all sinners in need of a Savior, but If you say you’re a Christian, please don’t be hypocritical. You better be living what you say you believe, and that includes what party, platform, and policies you endorse. It’s one or the other.

What does the Bible say about this contrast of darkness and light? Lawlessness is sin and sin is part of the darkness. Righteousness of God and Jesus is the light. The Apostle John writes about Jesus saying:

Now this is the message that we have heard from him and proclaim to you: God is light, and in him there is no darkness at all. If we say, “We have fellowship with him,” while we continue to walk in darkness, we lie and do not act in truth. But if we walk in the light as he is in the light, then we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of his Son Jesus cleanses us from all sin. 1 John 1:5-7

Let’s be strong in the truth, stay in the light and expose the darkness, friends.

Video courtesy of Freedom Project Media

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