- Jul 11, 2001
That has to be susceptible to First Amendment objection. Ban discussion of some issues on threat of eliminating funding is "official" denial of constitutionally protected speech.Wait a second, the party that pushed for intelligent design to be taught in school now want to ban any talk about the existence of systemic racism? ID was a clear violation of the separation of church and state.
Racist cucks gonna cancel history!The racist party never fails to deliver. We can't teach about the 1619 project in schools but we should teach about the "good" parts of slavery. I guess is was "good" for the people that profited from it.
Louisiana GOPer: People Should Talk About The Good Parts Of Slavery, Too! | Crooks and Liars
A GOP congressman appears to ally with white nationalists — again (msn.com)Images cropped up on social media Monday night advertising a Gosar fundraiser with America First PAC, a group run by young far-right operative Nick Fuentes, who has promoted white-nationalist ideas and whom the Justice Department has labeled a “white supremacist.” Below is a tweet from former GOP congressman Denver Riggelman (Va.).
Fuentes has defended segregation and bemoaned the United States losing its “White demographic core.” He has cast doubt on the millions of deaths in the Holocaust and engaged in a lengthy metaphor likening the deaths to cookies baking in an oven. He labeled the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol “awesome” and the racist rally in Charlottesville that resulted in the death of a counterprotester “incredible.”
Ignorance runs rampant and rife within the Republican Party.Republicans continuing to disprove the rumor that racism is #bothsides
GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn tweets swastika to attack Black Lives Matter, deletes after criticism (msn.com)
So what indeed. It’s not illegal and just because he’s an elected representative who might be racist doesn’t mean his ideas are bad.Is racism itself illegal? Its abhorrent, but I dont think its illegal (yet).
So, so what?