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AMERICA1ST

Is Kamala Harris really black?

Her mother is 100% Indian. Her father is mixed at best - you only need to look at him to see that. Even if he is 99% black, that makes Harris mostly NOT black. That makes it impossible for Harris to be black as far as many critical thinkers are concerned.

In the liberal game of identity politics, there is an inherent flaw in the racist rule that states any mix that includes some black blood is considered to be black. This rule applies to no other race. Purity of bloodlines has a great deal to do with this unspoken edict of race preservation and supremacy.

Only blacks readily except ALL mixed people. It could be said that this says more about the perceived self-worth of black people than it does about people of other races not claiming "half black" mixed people.

Harris - perhaps the most deft practitioner of political phoniness - has accepted being called Indian (such as the title of the first Indian woman in Congress) and now never mentions that part of her heritage as she calls herself black while claiming to listen to smoke weed (for which she has jailed others) and listening to black rappers while at Howard University (even though the artists she named were not out in the 80s when she was in college - I know because I attended Howard with her). Of course, smoking weed and listening to rap was supposed to appeal to blacks and prove that she is black. Notice that she made these claims on a "urban" radio program and has not used them anywhere since because other races don't value smoking weed and listening to rap as pillars on their culture. For free-thinking blacks, it was an insult to the intelligence and confirmed Harris's lack on authenticity.

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Reply #1 posted 09/19/20 6:09pm

PennyPurple

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Who gives a shit??

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Reply #2 posted 09/19/20 7:17pm

IanRG

Black enough for anyone NOT obsessed with purity of bloodlines, race preservation and racial supremacy.

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Reply #3 posted 09/19/20 9:56pm

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IanRG said:

Black enough for anyone NOT obsessed with purity of bloodlines, race preservation and racial supremacy.

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exactly.

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Reply #4 posted 09/19/20 10:21pm

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what a ridiculous race baiting post.


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Reply #5 posted 09/19/20 10:22pm

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I think a more important question should be.....why is there no diversity in the GOP? hmmm

Sure,there are a few tokens like Ben Carson in that party,but how come you never see a black or latino person winning that party's presidential nomination? All of their nominees are always the same.

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Reply #6 posted 09/19/20 11:07pm

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Ha. You would post this here AFTER all the drama that went down behind this in other places. It doesn't affect majority of the people here in the least so it's a non-issue and obviously ridiculous. But I've noticed a shift in the media's presentation. And really why not, it's the truth.
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Reply #7 posted 09/20/20 2:26am

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SoulAlive said:[quote]

I think a more important question should be.....why is there no diversity in the GOP? hmmm



Sure,there are a few tokens like Ben Carson in that party,but how come you never see a black or latino person winning that party's presidential nomination? All of their nominees are always the same.

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The 2016 election can answer that. Look you had 2 Republican Senators running for President who were far more qualified for the office than Trump. Why do you think those guys lost to Trump?
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Reply #8 posted 09/20/20 5:56am

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IanRG said:

Black enough for anyone NOT obsessed with purity of bloodlines, race preservation and racial supremacy.



You hit the nail on the head.
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Reply #9 posted 09/20/20 8:17am

onlyforaminute

Cabinet Seats

Reagan/ G.H.W.Bush/ Clinton/ G.W.Bush/ Obama/ Trump
WOMEN
10%
14%
29%
18%
36%
19%

NONWHITE
10%
19%
29%
27%
41%
19%
WHITE MEN
81%
67%
48%
59%
36%
71%
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Reply #10 posted 09/20/20 8:51am

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phunkdaddy said:[quote]

SoulAlive said:

I think a more important question should be.....why is there no diversity in the GOP? hmmm



Sure,there are a few tokens like Ben Carson in that party,but how come you never see a black or latino person winning that party's presidential nomination? All of their nominees are always the same.

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The 2016 election can answer that. Look you had 2 Republican Senators running for President who were far more qualified for the office than Trump. Why do you think those guys lost to Trump?

That’s a very, good question and you notice how some trump supporters pretend they don’t see that’s a problem, and why is it they don’t question that? The GOP’s image doesn’t reflects what America true image is demographically. It’s (GOP) whole image reflects a divided America, and one that shows it’s only interest is that of a specific racial group in this country. It reflects more of a Southern ‘good ‘ole boys club’, and that in and of itself is telling.
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Reply #11 posted 09/20/20 8:53am

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cborgman said:

what a ridiculous race baiting post.


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And a stupid question, because the OP has no authority to define her racial identity nor can he dictate what her experience was/is in relation to her Black/Indian upbringing.
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Reply #12 posted 09/20/20 9:04am

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cborgman said:

what a ridiculous race baiting post.


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just tryng to stirthepot the shit. rolleyes

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