2020 Democrat Candidates Trash America as Racist to Win Black Votes

Sanders, Klobuchar and Steyer in candidates' debate, Youtube
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During the Democrat debate last Friday night, each 2020 candidate condemned “systemic racism” and characterized America as an evil place with rot in its very foundations. The candidates include Bernie Sanders, who said that America is a racist society from top to bottom, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer. Elizabeth Warren declared that “we need race-conscious laws in education, in employment, in entrepreneurship to make this country a country for everyone,” which would change laws in order to give privilege to people of color. Tom Steyer promised he would authorize reparations payments. -GEG

The Democrats are lucky the February debate in New Hampshire took place on a Friday night, when relatively few were watching — because if they wanted to deliver the message to the working-class white people who delivered the upper Midwest and the presidency to Donald Trump in 2016 that they should stick with him rather than voting blue in November, they did a brilliant job of it.

Tom Steyer, the billionaire who’s trying to buy a win Bloomberg-style in the South Carolina Democratic primary, issued a stark warning at the beginning of the Democratic debate Friday night in New Hampshire: Trump has the economic numbers that can help him get reelected, and Democrats are going to need to have a strong message to overwhelm it.

About an hour into the debate, they found their message: America, Bernie Sanders said, is “a racist society from top to bottom.”

One by one, the candidates echoed the message that “systemic racism” characterizes America.

“We can’t legislate away racism,” said Andrew Yang, because racism runs so deep in the American soul.

Joe Biden, verbatim (poor Joe): “The fact is that we in fact there is systemic racism.”

Elizabeth Warren even declared that “we need race-conscious laws in education, in employment, in entrepreneurship to make this country a country for everyone.”

By which she means the law should actually be written to privilege people of color.

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