DNC Chair contender, Sally Boynton Brown, has been caught on film expressing the true, racially charged narrative of the Democratic Party at a recent forum hosted by other Democrats.
Brown says that Democrats must provide “training” that focuses on teaching Americans “how to be sensitive and how to shut their mouths if they are white”.
Brown, who is executive director of Idaho’s Democratic Party, goes on to say, “My job is to listen and be a voice and shut other white people down when they want to interrupt.”
Brown’s remarkably racist speech came Monday night during a conference hosted by the DNC, which focused exclusively on what Democrats got wrong in the 2016 election.
Despite the public narrative pushed by fake news MSM that Donald Trump was buoyed to the Presidency through Russian hacking, it is clear that behind closed doors, the DNC admits otherwise.
Also of note, it appeared as though the bulk of DNC chair contenders at the event all seemed to suggest that one of the major problems within their operation is ‘white consultants’.
“You cannot come to the DNC and get a contract and the only minority face you have is the person answering the phone. Minority consultants need to get the same resources that the white consultants have gotten,” said candidate Jehmu Greene. “The DNC did a piss poor, pathetic job attracting minorities”, she added.
But perhaps one of the more ridiculous of statements made at Monday night’s event came from Chair candidate Raymond Buckley. Buckley insisted that after Donald Trump’s election, minorities across the United States now ‘fear’ for their lives- as though to insinuate that the President will somehow kill them or their families.
“That fear is all across the country… So when people say black lives matter, you are damn right they matter,” exclaimed Buckley.
Democrats, who lost BIG in last year’s election, are still pushing a racially charged narrative, which according to some projections, alienated voters and ultimately cost them the Presidency.
These recent statements made by DNC Chair contenders all but ensure a Donald Trump re-election victory in 2020.