A new Rasmussen poll finds that Americans think black people are more racist than whites in the U.S.A.
As Cheryl K. Chumley notes, many activist leftists insist that black people “can’t be racist.” This, of course, is clearly nonsense. As anyone who has ever watched a speech by Louis Farrakhan can attest.
Chumley points out the garbage justification of this claim: The activists say, “Racism can only exist when one group has power and influence over another. Black people have often been accused of being racist by the very people who were racist to them. The issue with calling a Black person racist is that Black people, by definition, cannot be racist.”
But a recent Rasmussen poll finds that not many Americans are not dumb enough to believe the gobbledegook spewing out of the mouths of idiot professors of “Black Studies.”
The poll found that 75% of American adults think “racism” comes in all flavors. Everyone can be racist, they said.
The numbers were more interesting when it came to just what group Americans thought was most racist.
Only thirteen percent said “most Asians are racist.”
Next, fifteen percent said that most Hispanics are racist.
Then came the claim from eighteen percent who said white are most racist.
And what was the top vote-getter?
Yep. Twenty-five percent said blacks are the most racist group in America.
To spell it out in no uncertain terms, Rasmussen concluded that, “Americans believe blacks are more racist than whites, Hispanics and Asians in this country.”
Chumley added, “if Whites aren’t the brutal racists Americans have been pressed to believe, if Blacks are actually the ones to blame for all the racially toned uprisings in recent time, where does that leave those who’ve made names for themselves decrying all this White-against-Black racism?”
“In short: There goes the whole Democratic Party’s platform,” she said.
Well, that seems beyond a doubt.
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