2 thoughts on “A Brief History of How Dems Started Slavery and the KKK”

  1. John D. Egbert

    A small, but vital, nit to pick in re the Emancipation Proclamation: it only applied to “. . . slaves in those states currently under revolt.” Slavery continued in the North – West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware,New Jersey – until forbidden through Constitutional amendment.

    There are those who call Lincoln “The First RINO.” He played fast and loose with the Constitution, setting the stage for all further – and still continuing – depredations against that hallowed document.

    I fear that we are looking not at Civil War 2.0 but, rather, Revolution 2.0.

    1. There’s going to be another revolution in this country. I may not live to see it, but the American people are fed up with political corruption, weaponized government agencies who target citizens for speaking out, egregious government spending on other countries while people in this country suffer, and so-called representatives who put Americans last. This is no longer a constitutional republic. It’s a Banana Republic.

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