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  1. I think all liberals honestly because I’ve come across extremely racist black liberals who always racially attack me when I say or do nothing

  2. Great man Ben Carson. The hypocrisy of the regressive-left is immeasurable – you see, they call it “progressive” if you criticise Ben Carson. But if you criticise Obama, they call it “racist”.

  3. Sound a lot like white conservatives to me, in fact, sound like white people in general. Especially when the main recent people who created policies that destroyed black communities (which is why they’re in a fragile state today) were white, male, and republican.

  4. @rodriquezkhaliq Policies such as the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986, which involves a sequence of crime policies like mandatory minimums, these policies shaped the black community and the prison system in a very unsatisfactory way, they were made and passed by Republican president Ronald Regan, “tough on crime”, they called it. And I would be very hypocritical if I didn’t mention Democrat president Bill Clinton who made the issue (regarding the discrimination and unjust of prison system) progressively worse when he passed the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 which also had a tough impact on black communities.

  5. @diamond9284747 I would say both had a great impact but Clinton was the president who actually expanded the war on drugs. What really put black people in a rut was LBJ’s war on poverty. It expanded welfare and gave single moms more welfare over 2 parent families. This paved the way for government dependency. Btw LBJ was a “progressive Democratic.”

  6. @rodriquezkhaliq I suggest you get caught up with what’s really happening in this world. Take up a book or watch a documentary or read reports about the relationship between our prison system and black communities.

  7. @rodriquezkhaliq No. you’re crazy. It was first Nixon who brought the idea to light, just to gain support from poor white southern, but it was Regan WHO actually turned the drug war rhetoric into a LITERAL one. Open your eyes. Clinton expanded it, he made it worst, but you can’t say that only he expanded it as if he created it when it was evil fucking Regan. Welfare have very little to do with what Regan did, if anything, welfare became one of the many OUTCOMES of the sequence of crime policies, such as actual violence in black communities steadily increasing, racial disparity and bias in the prison system/ courtroom, and more. Stop justifying for these people, did you forget that neither really cared for blacks?

  8. @rodriquezkhaliq What? Let me break this down for you: Richard Nixon, this man used criminalized black people to gain white southerners vote, it was his “southern strategy”, I guess that’s not racist, then it was Ronald Regan who passed a sequence of crime policies that disproportionately affected black people, and he knew it, wanna know how? Because while his crime policies were made for black People, destroying the black communities that was far better than how it is now, expanding the prison population, creating a new era of injustice in the justice system, and criminalizing black people meanwhile at the time cocaine was being PLANTED in these black communities, is that not racist? And a white Democrat man who continue the problem instead of stopping it, either way 3 (2 Republicans 1 Democrat) old white men who hurt blacks.

  9. @rodriquezkhaliq Just watch a documentary, read reports, just educate yourself, me as a irrelevant person in the Internet can’t teach you everything. It’s always better to learn yourself,

  10. @hellbentshedevil Hispanics get killed less then blacks by police but Hispanics make up more of the population in the US then them. And white people get killed by police I think 10% more then blacks. It’s not about race it’s about what the person is doing to get killed by police there’s not “white lives matter” because it would be considered racist.

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