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March 7th, 2014

During the first two-thirds of the 20th century, The Ku Klux Klan served as "the terrorist wing of the Democrat Party."  The organization was started by a group of white Democrats.

The Ku Klux Klan murdered thousands of Republicans -— African-Americans, Catholics and Jews -- in the years following the Civil War.

However, the Republican Party [and a Republican President, Ulysses S. Grant,] crushed the KKK with The Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871.

The Klan was resurrected during the administration of Democrat Woodrow Wilson, an avowed white supremacist. In the White House, Wilson screened the blockbuster film The Birth of a Nation, which was notorious for "promoting white supremacy and positively portraying the 'knights' of the Ku Klux Klan as heroes."  The film inspired a new generation of Klansmen, complete with burning crosses, white sheets and an ideology based upon race supremacy. As recently as the seventies, the Klan was still utilizing the film to recruit new members.

The KKK soon became such a driving force within the Democrat Party that the 1924 Democrat National Convention was known as "the Klanbake".

In 1937 Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed a former member of the Klan, Senator Hugo Black (D-AL), to the Supreme Court.

In the fifties and sixties, members of the KKK who fought the civil rights movement were uniformly Democrats. Infamous police commissioner Bull Connor not only attacked protesters with fire hoses, dogs and clubs, but served as both a KKK member and a committeeman for the Democrat Party.

In the eighties, Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV) -- a recruiter and executive for the Klan -- was elevated to third-in-line for the Presidency.

It's important to note that Martin Luther King Jr was a republican.  King supported the NAACP of his era. The group's proud tradition included fighting against the diabolical practice of lynching, supporting the civil rights struggle, and driving legislation that advanced the cause of equal rights and individual liberties.

The NAACP historically also had strong ties to the Jewish community - Jewish businesses men wrote the checks that funded Martin Luther King Jr's protest marches.

Fast forward a few decades and we find that the NAACP has become the antithesis of King's vision. It has, in the words of the National Black Republican Association, a "racist agenda.  It supports the same party of racism -- the Democrat Party -- that murdered its predecessors. It supports the agenda of dependency and modern slavery, endless big government, and an unconditional loss of liberty.

Today's NAACP unapologetically welcomes Louis Farrakhan, a virulent racist who preaches hatred of whites, Jews and Catholics.  Nice guy.

What the hell happened?  We were on a fast track to common sense and it got hijacked by lunacy.





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