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Calling Out the Know-It-All Left on the Issue of Racism

During the transformative years of the 1960s and 1970s the country went through some incredible growing pains, especially where the issue of race was concerned. Implementing the necessary actions – not just the rhetoric – of the Civil Rights movement allowed the overwhelming majority of us – and our society – to move beyond the true inequities with which racism plagued us.

Today, listening to the Progressives – who for their entire existence on American soil have been trying to divide the country along demographic lines for political purposes – you would necessarily have to believe we are a full-blown racist nation. That was the accusation Hillary Clinton leveled against the American people in the first 2016 presidential debate, when asked by moderator Lester Holt if she thought law enforcement was implicitly bias against Black people. “I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone not just police,” Clinton said.

Clinton’s declaration should both stop us in our tracks, and infuriate us at the same time. Hillary Clinton just decided for each and every one of us that, whether you believe you are or not, you are a racist deep down.

This arrogant and audacious declaration – a decision made for you and I by people who have never met us and most likely never will – is a slander against everyone who spent time during the transformative 1960s and 1970s being courageous enough about the change required to overcome racism.

This conceited decree slaps the faces of each and every person who listened to, supported and embraced the ideas articulated by the consummate civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who said we must not judge each other by the color of our skin, but on the content of our character.

“I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone not just police,” Clinton said. “I think, unfortunately, too many of us, in our great country, um, jump to conclusions about each other. And, therefore, I think we need – all of us – to be asking hard questions about, you know, ‘Why am I feeling this way?’ But when it comes to policing it can have, literally, fatal consequences.”

Clinton said because she and her Progressive brethren believe there to be implicit bias in the police department, that she would allocate taxpayer dollars in her first presidential budget – should she get that far – to “retrain a lot of our police officers.” If that sounds a lot like “re-education camps” to you, you wouldn’t be the only person to have that thought.

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Clinton may be the most vocal messenger for this Progressive point of view, she is by no means the only one who thinks this way; she is by no means alone in her incredible arrogance. The entirety of the Progressive movement believes that we are all “implicitly racist.”

According to the mothership of Progressivism, George Soros’s Open Society Foundation, “implicit racism” is defined as:

“Implicit bias occurs when someone consciously rejects stereotypes and supports anti-discrimination efforts but also holds negative associations in his/her mind unconsciously…[M]uch of the work our brain does occurs on the unconscious level. Thus, implicit bias does not mean that people are hiding their racial prejudices. They literally do not know they have them. More than 85 percent of all Americans consider themselves to be unprejudiced. Yet researchers have concluded that the majority of people in the United States hold some degree of implicit racial bias.” (emphasis mine)

So, whether you know it or not, believe it or not, or act like it or not, you are a racist according to Hillary Clinton and the Progressive movement. It may come as a shock to you, but you are. The Progressives have decided that for you.

I don’t have a racist bone in my body. I was brought up not to judge people by the color of their skin. I was taught to judge people by their works, words and deeds, if I found that someone needed to be judged at all. So, I am done with having a pseudo-enlightened gaggle of wanna-be know-it-alls tell me, whether I like it or not, that I am a racist.

The only people who are racist in the United States are those who continuously see the world through the lens of race. That pretty much defines Hillary Clinton, the Progressives and the Democrat Party to a tee.

POST SCRIPT: As of this writing, this writer’s personal URL (frankjslvato.com) has been deemed by Facebook to have “banned material included.” October 1, 2016 we handed over control of the Internet to a globalist consortium. Free speech is already under attack.

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About Frank Salvato

Frank Salvato is the Executive Director for BasicsProject.org a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) research and education initiative focusing on Constitutional Literacy and the threats of Islamic jihadism and Progressive neo-Marxism. His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention. His organization, BasicsProject.org, partnered in producing the original national symposium series addressing the root causes of radical Islamist terrorism. He is a member of the International Analyst Network and has been a featured guest on al Jazeera's Listening Post and on Russia Today. He also serves as the managing editor for The New Media Journal. Mr. Salvato has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel, and was featured in the documentary, “Ezekiel and the MidEast ‘Piece’ Process: Israel’s Neighbor States.” He is a regular guest on talk radio including on The Captain's America Radio Show, nationally syndicated by the Genesis and Phoenix Broadcasting Networks, catering to the US Armed Forces around the world. Mr. Salvato is also heard weekly on The Roth Show with Dr. Laurie Roth syndicated nationally on the IRN-USA Radio Network. Mr. Salvato has been interviewed on Radio Belgrade One. His opinion-editorials have been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, Accuracy in Media, Human Events, and are syndicated nationally. He is a featured political writer for EducationNews.org, BigGovernment.com and Examiner.com and is occasionally quoted in The Federalist. Mr. Salvato is available for public speaking engagements.


  1. Well, Frank, these Clintons just keep adding to our vocabulary…..Bill taught us what “IS Is” and how to lie….Hillary is providing us a review in lying and a course in the meaning of ‘racist ” I’m still working on understanding how I can remark about a ‘black life” and be ‘one’, yet a black can demean me and not be ‘one’

    Should we ‘ALLOW Hillary to get elected…we might as well become accustomed to being told what to think….that’s what slaves do

    GET OUT THE VOTE…..numbers matter!!

  2. Mr. Salvato, I am fed up with people telling me how I feel or defining what is best for me! People especially like Mrs. Clinton and the elite media have been too eager to throw the racism word around. It is disgusting! There is no such thing. Years ago I spent many hours in diversity training… trying to integrate two different cultures in a merged organization. I learned then that we all belong to one race, we are all homo sapiens. If you begin from this premise, the world looks totally different. The bias that you may have because you are human deals with hair color, height, income, etc. not skin color. More people ought to try it. It works!

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