At what point in an individual’s rhetoric do we determine they’re racist or hateful? Is it when Louis Farrakhan says, White people are potential humans – they haven’t evolved yet,” and that “white people deserve to die?” How about when Rashida Talib says, “There’s always kind of a calming feeling, I tell folks when I think of the Holocaust“? Yes, most reasonable people would concur that Louis and Rashida long ago bought a one-way ticket to Hate Town. Obama’s long-time minister Reverend Jeremiah Wright said that African Americans who go to Yale, Berkeley, UCLA, and other “white colleges” get infected with “white racist DNA running through the synapses of his or her brain tissue.”
One thing all these racists have in common is that they are Democrats, and as such, won’t be attacked by the media because they are Democrats too. Who knew that Democrat party membership came with an impunity card for saying racist things? I’ll tell you who, Kristen Clarke – recently appointed by Joe Biden to Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice.
In 1994 while attending Harvard, Kristen Clarke wrote in Harvard’s student newspaper that “black infants sit, stand, crawl, and walk sooner than whites” and that “melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities – something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.” She was also accused of inviting a professor to campus that Jewish groups denounced as anti-Semitic. Please don’t wait for an onslaught from the Media demanding she relinquishes her appointment and go away in shame. No, that indignity is reserved for supporters of Donald Trump who committed the crime of voting.
Even though the Democrat party, along with their compatriots in the Media, won’t talk about Kristen Clarke’s racist statements, one thing is certain – Martin Luther king is somewhere in the eternal mist revolting at the thought of Kristen Clarke in a civil rights position at the justice department with a poisonous history of judging people by the color of their skin and not the content of their character.