DEMOCRATS WHO USED CONFEDERATE IMAGES TO GET ELECTED


If Confederate monuments and symbols are to be banned and removed from public viewing, and those who supported them are being designated as “White Nationalists,” then maybe those Democrats who used those symbols or did not condemn their use during their elections should be condemned and all their legislation overturned.

The following may not be official, but they were the official views of those who voted for these Democrats.

Here are a few of them:

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Why were these buttons created? The people supporting Clinton and Gore (Gore was from Tennessee) favored the Democrat Party. Did Clinton or Gore denounce these campaign buttons? No. Were the people who supported Clinton and Gore “White Nationalists”? They could have been. It doesn’t matter. They used a pro-slavery/white supremacist symbol. “Off with their heads.”

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Then there’s this one from Jimmy Carter’s 1976 campaign:

Compare these two pins:

Compare Hillary’s button with this one:

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