(Tea Party PAC) – After a devastating week for their party, the Democrat’s 2020 contenders took to the stage for their debate on Friday night.
To their credit, they were on fire.
To their discredit, they were just as hysterical and radical as ever.
Crazy Uncle Bernie, who was on his home turf in New Hampshire, the site of the first debate since the primary elections began (sort of), decided to rip our whole country as racist, because why not, declaring our nation is a “racist society from top to bottom.”
“We have a racist society from top to bottom impacting health care, housing, criminal justice, education — you name it,” Sanders said during the debate:
Sen. Sanders: "We have a racist society from top to bottom impacting health care, housing, criminal justice, education — you name it. And clearly this is an issue that must be dealt with." https://t.co/SX4bKxtFPe #DemDebate pic.twitter.com/FCjSyJ5NZC
— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 8, 2020
“And clearly this is an issue that must be dealt with,” he added, turning to criminal justice and declaring that we must “understand the system is broken” and that it is, of course, “racist.”
“We invest in our young people in jobs and education, not more jails and incarceration. We end the War on Drugs which has disproportionately impacted African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans. We end private prisons and detention centers in America,” he stated, going on to call for an end to cash bail.
Sanders has frequently cited racism in his pitch to the American people, referring to President Trump as an “overt racist and bigot” who is “trying to divide the American people up based on the color of our skin.”
The economic realities achieved by the Trump administration tell a strikingly different story, with positive news for minorities across the country. African American workers have finally seen wages rise after a “decade of stagnation,” the New York Times admitted on Friday. Additionally, as Breitbart News reported, unemployment rates among the Hispanic and black communities have fallen to historic lows under Trump’s administration.
Does this guy really think this is a winning issue for him, or for his party?
Americans are sick and tired of this kind of supercharged racial rhetoric, especially from a wealthy old white New Englander.
He’s been in the Senate for decades, why does he need to be in the White House to make a difference if he hasn’t been able to irradicate racism during his lifetime in Washington?
Meanwhile, the current president has overseen historic low unemployment rates for minorities and bipartisan criminal justice reform that is improving the lives of minority ex-convicts.