Friday, November 7, 2014

"The Five" Discusses The Democrats Use of Race Hate Talk

In this midterm election, many Democrats played their usual two cards they always play from the bottom of the deck when they become desperate, "The war on women" card and the "race card".  This disgusting divide and conquer method is used to gin up the women [young-unmarried] and the black vote.  Thankfully, it didn't work this time.

In fact, I believe what Charles Krauthammer said on Bret Baier's Special Report panel about the war on women card that was played: "The Democrats war on women is over [after the disastrous results from this election], and they lost the war."

What is more disgusting to me is the race card rhetoric played by many liberal Democrats.  It is played not just before the election, but after the election when they lose.

Tim Scott, the first black man elected to the United States Senate from the south since Reconstruction, and Mia Love, the first black Republican women elected to congress in history were not praised by the so-called diverse Democrat Party, but instead were criticized by so-called black leaders, saying they don't really represent black people [i.e.,they are not black enough].   This really makes me sick to my stomach, and I pray that the Democrats use of their disgusting race hate talk someday will be over, just as their war on women has been lost.

"The Five"  regulars on the panel
There was an awesome discussion about this on the panel of the Fox News Channel show in the afternoon called "The Five."  It included Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, Jesse Watters, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Bob Beckel.  Bob Beckel, the liberal Democrat on the panel, tried to deny that the Democrats play the race card and got into a heated discussion at times with the other panelists.  This was really riveting television. Please watch the following video of this great discussion.

"The Five" Discusses Race, Thursday Nov. 6, 2014:





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