Thursday, September 21, 2017


In 1789, Congress passed, and George Washington signs, a law stating that no territory could become a state if it allowed slavery.

* In 1792, the Democrat Party was formed. They are, essentially, the party of slavery.

* In 1808, Congress abolishes the slave trade in America.

* In 1818, the Democrats become the majority in Congress. Using their majority, they begin to undo these anti-slavery decisions.

* In 1820, the Democrat Party passes the Missouri Compromise, institutionalizing slavery in half of the territories.

* For the next thirty years, Democrats passed multiple laws promoting and protecting slavery, culminating in 1850 with the Fugitive Slave Law. This law ended all rights to jury trials, representation, and habeas corpus from any black who was ACCUSED (proof was unnecessary) of being a slave.

* In 1854, Democrats pass the Kansas-Nebraska act, opening up those territories to slavery, thus exceeding even the limits of the Missouri Compromise.

* In 1854, the REPUBLICAN party is formed to end slavery. Six of the nine planks in their fledgling platform statement deal with civil rights issues.

* In 1857, the Supreme Court ruled in Dred Scott v. Sanford that blacks are considered inferior and thus not covered by the phrase “all men” in the Declaration of Independence; that they are property covered by the 5th Amendment; and that no black—not even a free black—could ever become a citizen of the United States. The Democrats support the decision.

* In 1861, Democrat Party waged a war to protect and defend slavery, resulting in countless horrors and 650,000 deaths. White Christian men (like my great-grandfather and his brothers) were the first in human history to fight to free slaves and restore the Union.

* In 1865, REPUBLICANS pass the 13th Amendment, ending slavery. 100% of Republicans vote for it. Even among northern Democrats, it only received the support of 23%. In spite of the 13th Amendment, Southern Democrats continued to deny blacks their citizenship rights. Democrats responded by forming the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) to enforce the Democrat Party platform, control elections, impose segregation and suppress the black vote.

* In 1868, the 14th Amendment was passed, establishing citizenship for all in Federal law. 100% of Republicans vote for it. 0% of Democrats vote for it. In spite of the 14th Amendment, Southern Democrats continue to prevent blacks from enjoying the real fruits of their citizenship, especially the right to vote.

* In 1868, the 15th Amendment is passed, establishing the right to vote for all people, regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. 100% of Republicans vote for it. 0% of Democrats vote for it.

* From 1866–1875, the REPUBLICAN Congress passes 19 civil rights laws. Democrats oppose them all.

* In 1876, Democrats take control of the House. No more civil rights legislation is passed until 1964.

* In 1892, Democrats take control of the White House, the Senate, and they keep control of the House. They immediately begin establishing Jim Crow laws and repealing all civil rights legislation passed by the Republicans. Any laws or amendments they cannot repeal, they skirt with poll taxes and literacy tests.

In 1912, "Progressive" Democrat President Woodrow Wilson Wilson imposed segregation in all federal offices, saying that "There are no government positions for Negroes in the South. A Negro's place is in the cornfield." To justify segregation, officials publicized complaints by Democrat women who felt threatened by black sexuality and disease.

In the 1920s, REPUBLICANS propose anti-lynching legislation. The legislation passes the house but is killed by the Democrat-controlled Senate. The legislation passed by a slim margin in 1939. The opposition speech was given by a Democrat Congressman from Texas, Lyndon B. Johnson.

* In 1956, Democrats express their opposition to the desegregation decision of Brown v. Board of Education in the “Southern Manifesto.” One hundred members of Congress, all Democrats, sign the manifesto.

* In 1957, REPUBLICAN President Eisenhower authors a Civil Rights Bill, hoping to repair the damage done to blacks and their civil rights by Democrats since 1892. Passage of the bill is blocked by Senate Democrats.

* In 1959, REPUBLICAN President Eisenhower authors a Voting Rights Bill, again, in an effort to undo the disenfranchisement of blacks by Democrats through poll taxes, literacy tests, and threats of violence by the KKK. And once again, passage of the bill was blocked by Senate Democrats.

* In 1964, Congress passed, and President Lyndon Johnson signs into law, the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This is the law originally authored by Eisenhower in 1957. Democrats, including still-serving Senator Robert Byrd (a former KKK leader) filibustered the bill. Once the filibuster ended, a larger percentage of Republicans vote for passage than did Democrats.

* In 1965, Congress passed (Johnson signed) the Voting Rights Act of 1964. This is the law originally authored by Eisenhower in 1959. A filibuster is prevented, and passage of this bill also enjoyed support from a greater percentage of Republicans than Democrats.

Through the next 50 years of institutionalized welfare, everything that might've resulted in personal, social, or economic advancement has been discouraged, and everything that keeps the cycle of dependency going has been encouraged.

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