Is George Wallace a Tump reincarnation?
'Segregation Forever': A Fiery Pledge Forgiven, But Not Forgotten
It was just a single line in a speech given 50 years ago today. But that one phrase, "segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever," is remembered as one of the most vehement rallying cries against racial equality in American history.

The year was 1963. Civil rights activists were fighting for equal access to schools and the voting booth, and the federal government was preparing to intervene in many Southern states.

And on Jan. 14, in Montgomery, Ala., newly elected Gov. George Wallace, a Democrat, stepped up to a podium to deliver his inaugural address.
Trump Supporters Long For The Days Of Segregation, McCarthyism

f you’ve ever wondered how people could actually support someone as horrible as Donald Trump, take a look at the latest polls. According to the newest poll, 72% of Donald Trump’s supporters believe that since the 1950’s America’s kind of gone off track.

In the last 66 years, something has gone wrong. We’re not headed in the right direction. We need to go back to what we were 66 years ago according to the vast majority of Donald Trump’s supporters. What was it 66 years ago that made them so great?

Was it segregation? Was it McCarthyism? Was it treating homosexuality as a mental illness? Probably yes, all three. That is what Donald Trump supports believe, and don’t kid yourself, it’s actually the majority of republicans who believe this garbage, but when they say make America great again, that’s what they’re talking about. Let’s have separate water fountains, separate bathrooms for people who aren’t the same color as me. If somebody comes out as gay, say hey, that’s great. Here’s the mental institution where you’ll spend the rest of your life.
Is George Wallace a Tump reincarnation?
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