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Hypocrisy isn't just a feature of #whitesupremacy, it's like a wheel to a car, water to a hose! But, perhaps there's no better way to highlight this than to zoom in on the poorest cities run by white Republicans.

Places like Beattyville, Kentucky: theguardian.com/us-news/2015/n…
FACT: Although the poverty rate is higher in districts represented by Democrats, most poor people in the United States live in a community represented by a Republican.
When did Trump ever refer to these impoverished (white) communities as "a place no human being would want to live.” Infact, he uses empathetic language to talk poverty, and drugs crisis in West Virginia.

Did he ever refer to the country of Hungary as being a "shit hole country"?
When they want the pathology to be unique to black culture they are race conscious; but, when evidence suggest "the earliest most capital-intensive forms of Atlantic interaction.... The largest intercontinental migration in history before the mid-1800s" --- they are color-blind.
There's a pattern..
And, the pattern is not color-blind.
It's very race-conscious.

If the Party were genuinely "color-blind" it would engage poverty with the same language.
When you've been taught that you shouldn't rent to blacks, but pull out the red carpet for Jewish people ...this certainly informs how you engage those people, which of the groups you mock, demonize vs. the one you cleverly exploit.
When they want the pathology to be unique to black culture they are race conscious; but, when evidence suggest that's it's not a black (African) thing, it wasn't even black people who did it -- they don't care.

"Has to be."
"Must be.'
"It's THEIR culture".

Says, Miss Daisy.
Despite all the evidence to the contrary.


They did it...
When race compliments their Lily-White narrative, their money, their power -- they are totally race-conscious, "Oh! The black babies, gotta save the black babies"

Trayvon Martin?
"Don't know nothing 'bout that."
“If [we] didn't define [ourselves] for [ourselves], [We] would be crunched into other people's fantasies and eaten alive.“

— Audre Lorde
The above information has been made available for educational purposes only.

By the way, #Baltimore is wonderful city (with unique problems, like all cities) but if you ever get to visit, go check out The Walters Art Museum.
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