So Now the Term “Legal Votes” Is Considered Racist. Yes, Really.

The Democrats have long been perpetuating a lie that it is somehow “racist” to support voter ID laws.

I don’t know about you, but it seems pretty racist to me to assume that minorities are somehow less capable of acquiring an ID to vote than any other demographic. It’s an insult to their intelligence and should be rejected out of hand by blacks.

Black people are nothing more than pawns in the Democrat Party’s quest for power. Once that power is attained however it never trickles down to black people. They remain at the bottom of the totem pole.

Americans of all ethnicities are perfectly capable of passing a driver’s test or filling goutout a form at the DMV to obtain an ID to use to apply for a job, open a bank account, purchase tobacco or alcohol, or heck, attend an R-rated movie.

To require that every voter present an ID to cast a ballot in their own name is not racist, it’s a sensible measure to protect the integrity of our election.

Millions of minorities throughout election history have been able to cast their votes lawfully—some after fighting hard for the right to do so regardless of the color of their skin.

It is categorically not racist to hold every voter to the exact same standard of ensuring the integrity of our elections.

But don’t tell critical race theory pusher Ibram X. Kendi.

In what is quite possibly the most irritatingly 2020 Twitter lecture of the year, the Boston University professor and author tweeted that:

The term “legal vote” is as fictionally fraught and functionally racist as the terms “illegal alien” and “race neutral” and “welfare queen” and “handouts” and “super predator” and “crackbaby” and “personal responsibility” and “post racial.”

There are so many more terms like this. What did I leave out?

Oh, he wasn’t done.

“The misinformation of widespread voter fraud—or ‘illegal voting’—in Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Phoenix where Black and Brown voters predominate is baked into the term ‘legal vote.’ No matter what GOP propaganda says, there’s nothing wrong with those voters and votes,” he continued in a follow-up tweet.

If you were wondering if he has a basic logical basis for these wild assertions…he doesn’t.

He concluded his conspiracy theory with the declaration that “What makes a term racist is rarely the term’s literal meaning, and almost always the historical and political context in which the term is being used.”

This guy makes analyses of Illuminati symbolism in a Superbowl Halftime Show sound well-reasoned by comparison.

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