Desperate Dems use lynching imagery to bring out black vote

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I never have to wait long for the next episode of “Progressive Socialist Hypocrisy.” All you have to do is tune into the news and a new segment will appear practically on demand. You know it’s always funny how the Left goes completely apoplectic when I speak of economic enslavement and the 21st century plantation. And they always find a way to dispatch their devoted black liberal progressive gatekeepers and tell them to “sic’ ’em” when it comes to attacking black conservatives. We’re the ones who have escaped that left wing servitude to enjoy the blessings of liberty and the equality of opportunity this great country affords.

But when the Left becomes threatened, they pull out all stops — and evoke the most horrific images.


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As originally reported by the Fayetteville (NC) Observer, and picked up by The Daily Caller, “Churchgoers in Fayetteville returned to their cars Sunday to find a political flyer on their windshield — which is to be expected 16 days before an election. But this flyer was different from the normal “Vote for candidate X” or “Oppose ballot question Y” fliers people are used to. This flyer was a picture of the lynching of a black man by a white crowd with the words “Kay Hagan Doesn’t WIN! Obama’s IMPEACHMENT Will Begin! Vote in 2014.”

Remember that talk from Obama about “civility in political discourse” — yep, more progressive socialist hypocrisy. The message from this flyer is you black folks gotta come out and vote or else those mean evil racist Republicans will be lynching Obama.

Of course the irony is it was the Democrats who were behind Jim Crow, segregation, and the abhorrent practice of lynching. As matter of fact, it was the first American progressive president, Woodrow Wilson who stood by and took no action against lynching.

Fearmongering? Can you believe coming out of church, this is the type of political campaign flyer found on the cars of church congregants — black church congregants? This is beyond shameful and is the last ditch effort to use the black community to do the bidding of progressive socialists to keep them in power. The image used — was also once referenced by black Indiana Congressman Andre Carson — is one terrifying, and imagine parents having to explain this flyer to their children.

The Daily Caller reports, “the church is Kingdom Impact Global Ministries, a predominantly African-American congregation. Dawn McNair’s daughter found one of the fliers on her mother’s car and noticed the picture. “My daughter said, ‘Mom, look in the background. They’re lynching somebody.’ It’s the lynching of an African-American man,” Dawn told the Fayetteville Observer. The message to the black parishioners was clear — vote for the Democrat to protect the black president.”

It’s not about discussing issues and problems confronting America or good policy — just instilling hate and creating fear and the ridiculous concept that the constitutional procedure of impeachment is equivalent to a lynching — since the president is black. I suppose that doesn’t apply to Bill Clinton or even the resignation of Richard Nixon.

And what does the venerable NAACP say? Apparently the local chapter see a problem with the flier. “President of the Fayetteville chapter, James Buxton, told the Observer, “That’s what the community feels. That if the Senate is taken over by the Republicans, and it remains the Republicans (in the majority) in the House of Representatives, they’re going to impeach him.”

So now the color of one’s skin trumps the content of his character — and the respect and regard for our rule of law? And this someone who is supposed to be promoting the advancement of colored people? I suppose Mr. Buxton has no issue with Obama canceling the DC school voucher program while his daughters traipse off to exclusive Sidwell Friends School.

But it’s not just in North Carolina where these reprehensible tactics are occurring. In my home state of Georgia, the Democrat Party issued flyers referring to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri — more fearmongering in the black community. If you don’t show up to vote you may end up being shot like Brown. Yep, you good black folks need to get out and vote for the white woman of privilege (Michele Nunn) — and we’ll ensure you get more free cell phones and food stamps — how appalling.

What manner of despicable and degraded sense of humanity is this? How can anyone fall prey to this level of abject desperation? The Democrats seek to create a surge of black voters in a midterm election just to keep power — and then tell the little colored folks to go back and sit in the corner. Could there be any greater evidence of being taken for granted? Georgia, North Carolina, Lousiana, and Arkansas are seeing these tactics to encourage a black voter turnout, but not based upon policy — just fear, intimidation and coercion. Then again that’s always been the Democrat way when it comes to voting in the black community.

And don’t give me the line about a picture ID suppressing the vote and being racist — then every airline in America is racist because it asks for picture ID. And I bet the same is required to enter the national headquarters of the NAACP.

In Fayetteville, North Carolina — home of Ft. Bragg, where I was once stationed — the authority line on the flier reads “Not endorsed by any candidate. Paid for by Concerned Citizens of Cumberland County.” It lists no address, and a search of the Internet turns up no results for the groups. Hmm, just like the night riders of the KKK — Democrat inspired — who anonymously terrorized the black community. It seems that some things never change.

Yep, I know just by posting this story, I’m inviting personal attacks — no worries, just make sure you good colored folks get your flyer, vote, and ensure ol’ white massa and missy keeps their power.

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