by Billy Roper
After a second ballot, Rep. Keith Ellison, a black Muslim and racial separatist, was defeated by former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a Latino activist, in the contest for Chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee. Ellison, the choice of the Congressional Black Caucus and their allies, claimed during the first ballot that he had received the endorsement of another candidate for the position which he had not, requiring a second vote, during which three of the original contenders dropped out, one endorsing each of the remaining candidates, Ellison and Perez, and the third remaining neutral.
The DNC establishment, including the powerful Jewish wing of the party and repeated Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, supported Perez in the contest, due to Ellison’s past statements which were seen as disloyal to Israel and Jews in general. Perez immediately attempted to mend fences among the fractious coalition of nonWhite minorities which make up the DNC by naming Ellison as his Deputy Chairman.
Perez, who supports Sanctuary Cities and a blanket amnesty for all illegal immigrants in the United States, opposes the creation of a border wall and the deportations of illegals. Furthermore, Perez states that the Voting Rights Act does not apply to White people, or offer them any protection under the law.
CRT AAG Perez stated that interpreting Section 5’s retrogressive-effects standard to not cover White citizens was consistent with the Division’s longstanding practice, as well as case law interpreting the provision and the intent behind its enactment… Perez noted that the Division has always understood the term ‘minority’ to mean not numerical minority but rather ‘an identifiable and specially disadvantaged group.
Perez justified his views to investigators by telling them that creating equal protections for White citizens “would create ‘dramatic complications.”
Expect a LOT of anti-White rhetoric from these two in between now and 2020. That’s great, as the backlash will benefit us tremendously, forcing our people to take sides.
The racialization of politics, as America divides up and goes to our separate corners to come out swinging, is a necessary precursor to Civil War II and balkanization. With the election of Perez and Ellison, the Democrats had more firmly cemented what we already knew: they are the overtly anti-White party. Not that we have an electoral alternative on the other side of the aisle, of course. So, like our Founding Fathers before us, we’ll seek a redress of grievances otherwise.