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The President of the United States of America believes that the nation is systematically racist. The Vice President of the United States believes that one of the greatest threats to the nation is domestic terrorism from white supremacists.

Well, we’ve certainly come a long way since 1776, when our founding fathers worked to establish a nation “where all men are created equal.” Today, the nation’s two top leaders, aided and abetted by an army of rabid followers of the radical left (aka democratic/progressive socialists) are using their favorite propaganda tools (Black Lives Matter, mainstream media, cowardly corporations and Big Tech’s social media speech censors) to rapidly transform a nation of freedom-loving, hard-working, independent-minded citizens into a totalitarian swamp where all people, actions, and communications are seen and profiled through the prism of race.

Rather than a nation, we are a country divided by tribes that use hyphens to indicate primary and secondary allegiances. Instead of “Americans”, we are now defined by color-coded groups such as African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and lowercase White Americans.

Today, “equality” has been cast aside to make way for the Marxist concept of fairness – which demands that people be judged on the color of their skin and their personal circumstances; not their character content (as was the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr.). Additionally, critical race theory—which demonizes Caucasians dead and alive and their cultural contributions by pushing the false concept that “white supremacy” is at the heart of all societal ills—is being force-fed at our children by an education system that has quietly submitted to its new role of indoctrination rather than education.

The absurdity of the false narrative of systemic racism is probably best refuted by the fact that just 13 years ago, “we the people” elected a black man as president – and did so again four years later. late ! The lie of systemic racism is also proven false by the legions of intelligent, hardworking, extremely confident and capable black people and other minorities who hold positions of significant power and influence in all areas of government, education, business, health, military, arts and entertainment, etc.

Today, the extraordinarily wealthy organization known as Black Lives Matter (BLM) has been granted an exalted and seemingly sacred position within our society by certain individuals and groups, despite the fact that one of its top leaders in New York proudly proclaimed that the use of violence to achieve desired results in an appropriate manner. If BLM were any other group, it would likely be classified as a National Terrorist Group.

Today, law enforcement has been so severely reduced, dismantled, demoralized and starved of funding that police officers can no longer do their jobs for fear of being accused of brutality or racism by mobs of activists and media-freaking political agitators – most of whom would rather a prime-time photo op than an off-screen meeting to engage in meaningful dialogue that could improve the policing profession.

Today, “hate” is no longer just a negative emotion that can be used to attribute a motive to the commission of a crime. It is now a type of crime in its own right – a crime based on color and a crime that requires federal intervention and a harsher sentence for the convicted offender.

Today, American conservatives of all colors are reviled and silenced for fear of being called “racists” or “salesmen” by socialist-leaning puppets who continue to use the race card to make financial and political gains. Indeed, individuals and groups who have profited and continue to profit from the notion of perpetual black victimization have been challenged for many years by courageous luminaries – beginning in 1911 with educator Booker T. Washington and continuing today with author Taleeb Starkes, civil rights lawyer Leo Turrell, political commentator Candace Owens and, most recently, U.S. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina.

While the harsh realities of racism have haunted and continue to haunt our land; it is also true that we have made considerable progress over the past 100 years or more towards the ideal of a “more perfect Union”. We are not a nation steeped in systemic racism. Ironically, following the example of the current Biden/Harris administration, we are rapidly and dangerously turning into a nation infected with systemic reverse racism. As Senator Scott so brilliantly noted in a recent television appearance: “To fight bigotry with bigotry is hypocrisy.

At some point, I trust that “we the people” – of all colors, ethnicities, religions, genders (biological or self-identified), sexual beliefs, etc. – join our hands and hearts and insist that equality, fairness, sense of community, and dignity/respect for each other be restored as fundamental principles and values ​​that we use to help us to heal… and to heal our country.

It is also time for those of us who are able to speak out without fear of being fired to do so. And it’s time for those of us who embrace liberty and civil liberties to stop consuming goods and services from companies that have knelt down for the radical left agenda. We can no longer sit idly by and leave unchallenged the outrageous lies, practices, programs and relentless propaganda of the radical left elite – which, if left unchecked, will ensure the ultimate destruction of a united nation where all Americans have equal opportunity, freedom, and the pursuit of happiness.

Rebecca Harmon

Mount Airy

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