"During the Democratic debate on Tuesday night, Mike Huckabee issued the following criticism of Senator Bernie Sanders:
In response to criticism, he was unapologetic, claiming he was merely denouncing a “brutal dictatorship”:
Poor liberals think it's racist to deplore a brutal dictatorship. #DemDebate https://twitter.com/GovMikeHuckabee/status/654114071336189952 …"'
No, decent people just believe that it's racist and ignorant to disparage an entire race of people by implying that they all eat dogs.
Then there was this guy:
It seems that even though Randy Pullen is no longer the State Chairman for Arizona Republicans, he must still think he is some sort of spokesman for the party. Last night during the Democratic Debate, Mr. Pullen took to Twitter to let everyone know how he felt about the debate, and it was pretty ugly.
Yes black lives matter. The best way to end the slaughter of young black men is to take guns away from blacks as they are the main killers.
The source of the rhetoric is hardly a surprise once you dig deeper into the man himself; after all, the video shows Cobb saying, “I’m one of the most famous racists in the world you son of a bitch.” Brown, who is African American, notes that Cobb seemed “incredibly gracious” when they first spoke on the phone, presumably before he knew her race.
“He is very much in love with Donald Trump,” adds Brown. She continues to describe a line of Cobb’s saying, “I would almost rather talk to a Jew, because then at least they would be intelligent.” The video reveals the emotional toll on Brown, a twenty-something Millennial, experiencing this level of overt racism for the first time.
But when anchor Byron Pitts gets Cobb on the phone, the heated rhetoric really takes a turn.
You’re not a person of color N*****! You’re a N*****! You got it? You’re a N*****!… Listen there’s an unbridled race war going on in this country Ann Coutler said there’s at least 30 million Mexicans in this country, Byron, and they don’t have any business here.
Well if he hadn’t won the argument with his n-word references, he certainly did it by invoking Ann Coulter."
One day, in the not too distant future, a main stream candidate from one of the major political parties will drop the N-word freely while on the campaign trail, and he will lead his opponents by double digits in the polls because of it. Wait.....
*Pic from wikipedia.org.