Do republikkklans think we need to give KKK and nazis a voice in government to make america great again?
- 2 years agoFavorite Answer
Not all Republicans would align with the hate-based KKK and Nazi movements, but if you read the disturbing, even somewhat scary 2017 book "DARK MONEY: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right" by Jane Mayer, you might understand the domestic terrorism behind the Koch brother oil barons' DONOR NETWORK of anti-democracy oligarchs (some of them Russian, but most spoiled-brat born-rich greed-driven American billionaires not wanting any oversight), you might understand and even feel some compassion for the moderates-in-hiding Republicans who got swept up in Charles and David Koch's quest for ABSOLUTE POWER, to hell with the Constitution or our representative democratic republic!
Now, simply copying the viciously criminal domestic terrorism of the Koch Donor Network, ego-driven short-man KGB-trained Vladimir Putin hopped on board the Koch train to undermine our already great nation by helping to place a corrupt, dangerously unstable, KOMPROMAT (and therefore manipulatable and blackmailable) Russian puppet into our White House to get the economic sanctions lifted. We, the people, have to stay alert, informed, and involved if we are going to reclaim our country in the upcoming elections.
Malcolm Nance, a career CIA counterespionage expert (2018), "The Plot to Destroy Democracy: How Putin and His Spies Are Undermining America and Dismantling the West."
David Cay Johnston (2016), "The Making of Donald Trump."
Michelle Goldberg (2006), "Kingdom Coming: The Rise of 'Christian' Nationalism."
- UnseenLv 72 years ago
Why don't you and the other leftists or what ever you want to call yourselves look into a little history the Democrat party is the party of the KKK and hey that stain does not wipe off so own it.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 72 years ago
Individual members, or leaders, of the GOP may not be racist themselves, but the party encourages and exploits racism and other forms of intolerance. The ones who aren't racist still support racism and deny it exists, because they NEED racists and intolerant people in their party. They don't dare denounce neo-nazis, white supremacists, etc. so instead they pretend they don't exist.
Racism is going to be a growing problem in the US for the next few decades, as white people edge inevitably closer to losing their majority. A LOT of white people, especially in the South, are really upset about this and the GOP is going to lead them around by the nose, promising them to fix the problem (which, of course, they can't). But it's a very powerful tool for the GOP to use. They've been instigating, encouraging and exploiting racism since Nixon's 'Southern Strategy' in 1968.
- YavanLv 72 years ago
Well, they don't seem to have seen anything wrong with Bannon, Miller, concentration camps for children…
''Good people on both sides...''
So apparently, yes.
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- MikeLv 72 years ago
Democrats have the KKK and Nazis