What in the ever-loving world is going on in American politics today?
The Democrat Party has morphed into what can only be described as a racist, anti-white ideological movement that exploits racial tensions to secure positions of power within the federal government.
We began witnessing this trend amongst liberals after Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election and subsequent presidency that resulted in the strongest economy this country has ever experienced.
Feeling desperate, the Democrats needed their own claim to fame, a movement for disgruntled voters to cling to, and political messaging that actually resonates. Their solution? Start a race war!
Nothing could highlight this trend more than Democrat Senate candidate Charles Booker as he seeks to unseat Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul.
Booker released a campaign ad on Thursday that took the internet by storm, which was his entire intention in the first place. The video shows Booker wearing a noose as he bashes Sen. Paul for opposing a 2020 bill that would’ve made lynching a federal hate crime.
You can watch the video below, but we’re warning you, it’s incredibly stupid:
The purpose of the video was to arouse race-based anger directed at Sen. Paul, and, lest we forget, the Kentucky Republican already experienced political violence toward him by the left on multiple occasions.
Meanwhile, Booker’s video completely misrepresented the facts.
In fact, Dr. Paul worked with a group of bipartisan Senators to strengthen the language of the anti-lynching bill and is the co-sponsor of a separate bill that ensures federal law will define lynching as a heinous crime.
Sen. Paul objected to the initial 2020 anti-lynching bill because he believed the language needed to be more precise.
“We want the bill to be stronger,” Paul said.
“If you’re gonna call something an anti-lynching bill, but you’re gonna have a new conspiracy charge for someone who has minor bruising, we don’t think that’s appropriate,” he added.
The new bill co-sponsored by Sens. Paul, Booker, and Scott was passed unanimously and signed into law by Joe Biden.
The video is pure sensationalist garbage and in no way represents how Sen. Paul and the GOP approached violent crime.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth