Racism means literally: racial discrimination. And the right does it frequently.
Yes, it reminds me of another parable... Not every Republican is racist but every racist is Republican...
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Don’t read the whole post do you? I said it’s because most questioned districts are black.
I read it and it is dumb af
Well thanks for the deep responses...
I’ve read only a handful of “dead voters” voted. Also calling a community predominantly black is statistical science. So stop hedging and answer the fucken question ANON.
No hedging at all, you simply misunderstand. Calling neighborhoods black or saying people are democrats because of their skin color is racist, period. There where people of every variety that voted Trump, statistically that showed an increase in every demographic accept those of European descent where Trump loss ground with males. Because of this regardless of demographics the percentage of biden voters was not only inconsistent with the rest of the country, but the demographics you try to isolate to skin color. There is no such thing as a black vote, anyone who believes in such a thing is racist.
That’s probably the issue. Rural idiots are thinking “everyone I know voted Trump so it’s gotta be fraud.”
In your little mind maybe but in reality definitely not a traitor and if honest one of the best Presidents in history and won't fairly go to jail. But keep fantasizing.
@allaboutyou2 What did you like most about him? The science denial, the racism or the lying that he won the election?
I didn't imagine what he did so none of the above. What he promised during his campaign he tried to fulfill. He did what he thought was right for America even if it wasn't best for him politically, he spoke his mind not what he thought people wanted to hear.A President who was open and honest is a rarity. If he was a typical politician he would have had a second term but he had principles and integrity and decided to do what was right for everyday Americans instead of pandering to special interests.
You’re too smart to believe that...
Let one election go without security and the next election won't magically get secure.
Wow what a racist statement that proves my point. Thanks!
@AliciaPastee Any cactus growing nearby? Why not do us all a favor and experiment with one. Sexually. And while at the hospital, do us a favor and visit the psyche ward. Thanks :D
I love it when you righties blow off racism and then turn around and make racist claims.
I ain't right-winged.
The questioned districts are predominantly black.
So what? Even if true, having doubts about the outcome of an election, especially one that was so chaotic and bitterly contested, is hardly something that should be discouraged. Everything in life should be questioned, but especially anything that touches on or relates to politics. It's just the sensible, prudent thing to do.
Questioned, maybe. But when no evidence is found, continuing to push that narrative is the problem.
Well, you did ask, "Is QUESTIONING the election racist?" The clear answer is NO, of course not.
And continuing to question and invading the Capitol after no evidence is found?
That's an entirely different issue.
Must be American thing.
@__inkRat that's what i always thought. but it's starting in my country too... we had BLM protests here recently... we don't even have black discrimination and a history of black slavery... what the fuck? people spend too much time on instagram and twitter.
The “contested” districts were black districts.
the vast majority of black folks vote for democrats. that's not racist. that's just a fact. so that means black districts are more likely to have caused a win for democrats... and obviously a republican would contest those districts with democrat majority. cause why would you "contest" an area where your party has already won? of course he contested "democrat majority" districts, which by the fact i just mentioned are more likely to be marjority black. implying racism there is a pretty far fetched comspiracy theory.It's just about the votes.
But they don’t contest white Dem districts nearly as much as black districts.
You know the majority of people on prisons is black even though blacks are a minority in society. Is that racist? No. It's just the numbers. Don't read racism into everything.
Actually it means the criminal justice system targets black communities. Racial discrimination... ie... racism.
@OddBeMe yee right, lets blame system instead of people who do crime.
@OddBeMe nope. you're dead wrong. and you just prove that you're a sjw leftist moron. black people do more crimes. that's a fact. it has to do with social spheres and habitual differences between the ethnicities, NOT with racism. educate yourself.
as the other person said: the individual is responsible for their actions.
and blaming the fact that black people do more crimes on average than white people is actually racist.
It’s either blacks are more criminal by nature, or the justice system targets them.
In districts that just so happen to be black dominated...
Or do we use so often in relation to you?
call me what you want... you don't know me. But I am quite curious why is all racist in the eyes of some people... I mean... Pick morgan freemam one of the best actors you can see. would you rater say... Morgan freeman is one of the best actors I have see, or Morgan freeman is one of the best black actors I have see? I cannot undertand this American obsession with color, gender etc... I ridiculous. At the end instead of integrate everione at the same level, you finish generating apparteids, Its like super crazy in my eyes. just treat everione the same abd stop pushing this ideology of apparteid its being pushed since 2012.
But if we find it, like we have... we should scold them for it, right?
What do you think the first option means?
I'm sorry I read that incorrectly. My apologies. I'll vote now.I don't think the question by itself is racist as minorities do tend to vote left whether that be in America or not. people should not be afraid to question things to avoid being called racists. Truth knows no color. But if simply to assume they're incorrect or fraudulent just because the voters are black would be. So the question by itself is no but the derived assumptions and answers can be.
But continuing to challenge and purging black voters? That’s not racism either...
people should be allowed to challenge black, white, yellow and green voters. Not based on skin color but everyone has the right to challenge data and ideologies. Sensorship, in general, is injust, oppressive and can only lead to worst results by preventing learning or the truth. History teaches that very clearly. Now if repeatedly one person or a group continues to deny, question, and reject the choices of another group simply because of their skin color. Than yes that can form a ground of racism. Again it can be but also it might not be. As assumptions are dangerous and trying to derive an intention as evidence of an argument can easily be only a sign of ignorance. You can't shut people up just because they ask questions. As questioning by itself is not wrong but rejecting the results and answers ONLY based on skin color is definitely wrong. But that's unless clearly declared or stated is very difficult to prove. And again you have the right to question other people freely and so do they.
Unfortunately the right keeps doing racist shit.
Like the time a Republican said your not really black unless you vote for him. Or asking a black reporter if he was drug tested. Oh nope that was biden
Lol I was about to say, wasn't that Biden.
Yeah that’s ten times worse than anything Trump’s done...
Do you have an example of a rasist thing trump has done? Maybe all time low for minority unemployment.
You don’t read do you? The questioned districts are predominantly black.
Correlation does not equal causation.
It certainly correlates with GOP policy.
What GOP policy?
Keep black districts from voting.
When was that ever a GOP policy? The republicans were created to end slavery and the poll tax and literacy tests were in the southern states that were run by Dixiecrats.
Right, cuz 170 years ago Republicans were the liberals.
If by liberal, you mean people who wants to rule by the constitution then yes.
Gee why did you right wing assholes go berserk at the first Black president...
Obama used his white privilege to become president. Renner his mother was white.
Statistically, challenged districts are predominantly black. Not random, unlike an ANON poster.
That's the point of the accusation though: they're prominently black districts so *immediately* the tribal left seizes on that superficial trait and makes the political discourse about immutable characteristics rather than the substance of policy and procedure.And you're a non-anon poster, what a freak.
Questioning majority black districts is racial discrimination. The very definition of racism. So maybe talk to your right wing pals about not doing this shit.
"Questioning majority black districts is racial discrimination."Wow, no.Being black does not put you above being questioned -- that's straight up racism to think that.Talk to them about not being racist? Why? They're not the ones being racist.
Everything involves race, I agree. But only one side is usually racists...
And it's the side that can't stop talking about it. "If you don't for me, you're not black."Who was it that said that racist statement?
"It should be easier to get jobs if you have this skin color" what side was it again?
@gooselover If you're talking to me, I don't know what you're talking about.
Not you, but you can figure out by looking up
So if Repubs win it’s fair. But if Dems win it’s cheating?
I heard breathing is racist too.
Replying to your opinion is also racist
Another non reader... because the challenged districts are predominantly black.
Does it make you nervous... the race card?
Please explain, Sal. Use your words.
For you righties, it seems that way. Maybe look inside yourself Joel.
I’m looking at you morons who do nothing but whine about racism in everything.
Better than you right wingers who fight for status quo.
No, not at all. Because you don't have the intellectual capacity to defend your positions or debate a policy, so you say "that's racist" to attempt to derail the debate. It's a very transparent tactic.
There’s no debating idiots who believe outrageous lies.
You’re right. But I’m hoping some day I can change your mind.