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Democrats: Proud to Be the Anti-White, Anti-Male, Anti-Heterosexual Party

Posted on | October 31, 2017 | 3 Comments

 

“Diversity” is Democrat Party code for deliberate discrimination:

Employees within the Democratic National Committee are looking for new employees in the Technology Department. However, the DNC is apparently not interested in your resume if you happen to be a white male.
In an email issued to DNC insiders on Monday, Data Services manager Madeleine Leader announced that the Technology Department is looking to fill several positions and asked interested parties to forward the openings to their colleagues.
She included the following caveat:

I personally would prefer that you not forward to cisgender straight white males, since they’re already in the majority. . . .

After the latest scandals to plague the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential election, the new leadership under Tom Perez and Keith Ellison (D-MN) seek to rebrand the party as a more inclusive and welcoming community. Unfortunately, this email doesn’t exactly help their case.

Meanwhile, Democrats have resorted to fear-mongering propaganda as their strategy in the current Virginia election campaign:

A new ad for the Virginia governor race shows a man in a truck with a Gillespie sticker and Confederate flag on it, chasing minority children who are running for their lives. Gillespie is the Republican candidate.
What’s being implied in the ad is clear. The driver of the truck is a white Republican man who is trying to kill minority children by running them down.
This screen cap from the ad shows the back of the truck chasing the children. Note the Confederate flag, Gillespie sticker and “Don’t Tread on Me” license plate.

Democrats should be ashamed of themselves, but if they had any sense of shame, they wouldn’t be Democrats, would they?

UPDATE: Welcome, Instapundit readers!

Also, it’s good to see Rod Dreher seems to have recovered from his Bush-era “Crunchy Con” detour, which was rather embarrassing.



 

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