Democrats are not party of tol­er­ance

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Con­ser­va­tive Repub­li­cans have been called racists, big­ots, and Nazis, by the so­called party of tol­er­ance, the Demo­crat Party. I have been called un­cle Tom, oreo and sell-out. As a Black Amer­i­can (I have never been to Africa, don’t speak the lan­guage, nor do I know how to be African.)

I am grate­ful for what his­tory records, and I both­ered to re­visit over the last sev­eral years. Many Black Amer­i­cans are re­vis­it­ing the truth as well.

Wayne Per­ry­man has writ­ten a book en­ti­tled “Un­founded Loy­alty.” What an eye opener for ev­ery Amer­i­can. Based upon his re­search, he has filed a class ac­tion law­suit against the Demo­crat Party in the U.S. Dis­trict Court in Seat­tle, Wash. Why? You will find the rea­sons listed be­low. His book is a shock­ing in­dict­ment of the Demo­crat Party, the “party of tol­er­ance.”

Fur­ther­more, I am what I am be­cause I have never be­lieved in man­ag­ing poverty, I have never been poor or a vic­tim, and I am an Amer­i­can who sim­ply did not be­lieve Jesse Jack­son!

Democrats sup­ported and passed the Fugi­tive Slave Laws of 1793 & 1854;

Democrats sup­ported and passed the Mis­souri Com­pro­mise to pro­tect slav­ery.

Democrats sup­ported and passed the Kansas Ne­braska Act to ex­pand slav­ery. Democrats sup­ported and backed the Dred Scott de­ci­sion.

Democrats sup­ported and passed Jim Crow laws. Democrats sup­ported and passed Black Codes. Democrats op­posed ed­u­cat­ing blacks and mur­dered our teach­ers.

Democrats op­posed the Re­con­struc­tion Act of 1867. Democrats op­posed the Freed­man Bureau as it per­tained to blacks.

Democrats op­posed the Eman­ci­pa­tion Procla­ma­tion.

Democrats op­posed the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amend­ments to end slav­ery, make black cit­i­zens and give blacks the right to vote. Democrats op­posed the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Democrats op­posed the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and had it over­turned by U.S. Supreme Court. Var­i­ous Democrats op­posed the 1957 Civil Rights Acts. Var­i­ous Democrats ar­gued against the pas­sage of the 1964 Civil Rights Acts. Var­i­ous Democrats ar­gued against the pas­sage of the 1965 Vot­ing Rights Acts. Var­i­ous Democrats voted against the 1972 Equal Em­ploy­ment Op­por­tu­nity Act.

Democrats sup­ported and backed Judge John Fer­gu­son in the case of Plessy vs. Fer­gu­son.

Democrats sup­ported the School Board of Topeka Kansas in the case of Brown vs. The Board of Ed­u­ca­tion of Topeka Kansas.

Var­i­ous Democrats op­posed de­seg­re­ga­tion and in­te­gra­tion.

And Democrats started and sup­ported sev­eral ter­ror­ist or­ga­ni­za­tions, in­clud­ing the Klu Klux Klan, an or­ga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to use any means pos­si­ble to ter­ror­ize African Amer­i­cans and those who sup­ported African Amer­i­cans.

Prove it wrong. Jeff Mor­ton Van­cou­ver, Wash­ing­ton

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