Even when Democrats mess up, "racist Republicans" are blamed.
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She would be a historic three-fer.
A racial balance is needed, after all.
She says one day she'll seek the presidency itself.
Sen. Klobuchar's "past as a prosecutor has hindered more than helped her cause among black voters."
Says she'd be happy to be the VP for whichever Democrat wins the nomination.
Controversy over Georgia's last gubernatorial race continues.
Something must explain her lack of good poll numbers. . .
Stacey Abrams brags about replacing Georgians.
Anti-white racism goes mainstream.
It's a story of "racially motivated" voter suppression.
"WW continue to uphold the patriarchy."
But she might run for president.
The reality we are not supposed to notice.
A preview of what may come.
At least 10 Democrat presidential candidates will speak before the National Action Network.
Biden has an unfashionable history to make up for.
"Whites need to defend their history and identity on their own terms."
Follower of the "reverse Sailer strategy" will deliver the Dems' SOTU response.
College-educated whites will bolt.
Georgia slouches towards Gomorrah.
Her legal case could invalidate the election.
Blacks were told: “If we vote, we win.”
Black racial identity must be fought with white racial identity.
New Black Panthers intimidating voters again this cycle.
For admitting that you really do want to replace us.
As a student at Spelman, she burned the state flag on the steps of the Georgia Capitol.
Stacey Abrams says Stone Mountain is a “a blight” on Georgia.
She says she doesn't need "conservative values" to win Georgia.
In the long run they will have no choice.
Ayanna Pressley and the Democrat takeover.
She thinks this helps her sympathize with average Americans.
"[I]f we cannot live together amicably, secession from one another . . . seems the ultimate alternative."
Race will drive elections — perhaps to the point of secession.
Stacey Abrams crushes her white opponent in the primary.
She may become the first black woman governor in US history.
Of course: She's a white woman running against a black woman.
Accompanied by accusations of racism, as usual.