In two startling examples of blatant racism coming from the highest-ranked Democrats in the country, President Obama has threatened African-Americans that he will take it as a personal insult if they fail to turn out the vote for Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and the nominee herself said she is going to talk “directly to white people,” to lecture them about… racism.

As Republican nominee Donald Trump continues to make inroads as he takes his campaign to black communities, previously thought to be securely under the control of the Democrat party, the Obama-Clinton coalition ratcheted up the racial divisions they hope to translate into votes.

Whereas any reference to a distinct “white” vote, whether to court it or threaten it, tailor a message to fit it to the exclusion of other Americans whether black, Asian, Hispanic or any other group would be met with universal outcry as openly discriminatory, the comments have gone unnoticed by the mainstream media – so far.

Commenting on a police shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma involving a white officer and a black victim, Clinton failed to heed her own advice given to Donald Trump to hold back on judgment in the case of the terror bombings over the weekend, and jumped in immediately to attack police.

The Democrat nominee told TV host Steve Harvey it was a matter of “systemic racism,” linking it with previous, unrelated incidents that groups like Black Lives Matter group together to promote the message of institutional discrimination no matter what evidence ultimately proves.

Putting the burden for the breakdown in racial relations squarely on the shoulders of whites, Clinton said, “I’m going to be talking to white people. I think we’re the ones who have to start listening to the legitimate cries that are coming from our African-American fellow citizens.”

But Clinton then went a step farther, again playing the race card, telling Harvey that, if the African-American community votes for her, she will work to stop racial shootings by police officers.

She also doubled-down on her call for nationalizing local police departments, couching it in terms of offering improved training and resources, but finally admitting that it would be “to go after systemic racism, which is a reality, and go after implicit bias.”

 

 

 

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