Podcast Desperate Democrats Use Confederate Statues As Race-Card Election Strategy

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Democrats are using President Trump’s comments about Charlottesville, Va., to convince black voters that the president is a white supremacist sympathizer.

To keep race issues in the news, Democrats are demanding that Confederate statues be removed from cities and parks.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is demanding that Confederate statues be removed from the Capitol and has claimed Trump supports white supremacists. Pelosi did not push for the removal of Confederate statues when Democrats controlled Congress and the White House.

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The constant news about Trump and white supremacy is keeping emotions high in the black community. A state senator in Missouri expressed hope for Trump’s assassination.

Democrats hope that branding Trump as a white supremacist will keep emotions high and motivate black voters to turn out in the 2018 elections.

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