LET'S REFUSE TO OPEN A HISTORY BOOK,
|SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS|
"Bernie Sanders first captured both my attention, and admiration, because he's a fighter, and his life is symbolic of the American struggle itself. Prior to the founding of this nation, America was a hopeless underdog, yet, it faced-down the mighty forces of England based on principle alone, and Bernie Sander’s entire life has been perfectly representative of that kind of courage. All of his life he’s been an underdog, yet he’s never given up on or wavered from the one solitary pursuit that has defined his existence - the fight for the freedom, justice, and equality that was guaranteed us all by the United States constitution. In spite of the fact that he’s been shunned, dismissed, and laughed at as being impractical and living with his head in the clouds, he’s managed to maintain the courage, dignity, and fortitude to face-down the mighty in the name of justice.
BERNIE SANDERS FIGHTING LIKE A MAD MAN
FOR BLACK PEOPLE IN 1963
On the other hand, in 1964 Hillary Clinton was working for Barry Goldwater who pledged to abolish the Civil Rights Act if elected. And in college she not only joined, but became the PRESIDENT, of The Young Republicans.
Bill Called Trump Just Weeks Before Trump Entered
The Race and told Trump, he “was striking a chord with
frustrated conservatives and was a rising force on the right.”
But wait, there’s more. When Hillary was running against Barack Obama in 2008, while trying to get Ted Kennedy's support for Hillary, Bill told Kennedy, “A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags.” Those are not the words of a man who has any respect, or regard, for Black people; those are the words of a Dixiecrat - a White Southern politician behind closed doors, and that's exactly what Bill is.
BILL CLINTON ENJOYING A CASUAL GAME OF GOLF
WITH DONALD TRUMP
DID HILLARY CLINTON TRY TO 'DOG-WHISTLE' BARACK OBAMA'S ASSASSINATION?
SO TELL ME - WHY ARE SO MANY BLACK PEOPLE SUPPORTING SUCH A WOMAN!!!?
Eric L. Wattree
Citizens Against Reckless Middle-Class Abuse (CARMA)
Religious bigotry: It's not that I hate everyone who doesn't look, think, and act like me - it's just that God does.