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Will The Race-Baiting Democrats Ever Stop?

On April 4th on MSNBC, David Corn said that the investigation of Susan Rice for “unmasking” an American citizen is because she is a black woman. How stupid and racist can leftists be?

Let’s put Mr. Corn’s racist attitude to a little test:

Did we despise Bill Clinton and seek his impeachment because he’s a white male?

Did we despise Harry Reid because he’s a white male?

Do we despise Nancy Pelosi because she’s a white female?

Do we admire Ben Carson because he’s a black male?

Do we admire Condoleezza Rice because she’s a black female?

Do we admire David Clark and Thomas Sowell because they’re black males?

Susan Rice is being investigated because a felony was committed under her watch, and she demanded the “unmasking” event that led directly to the commission of the felony.

Unlike liberal Democrats, Republicans don’t view people through a prism of racism or gender, and we don’t seek to punish or criticize people based on their political leanings.

A crime is committed, and Susan Rice was at the top of the chain of command when this crime occurred, so it’s natural that an investigation be called for because even if she didn’t do the actual deed, she may well have testimony that will help investigators find the person culpable.

And wasn’t it the Democrats themselves during the Reagan or Bush administration who put forth the argument and it’s the “seriousness of the charge” that requires an investigation, not the bulk or lack of the evidence? And even with this phony test, we have sufficient evidence of Rice’s involvement in this matter to require an investigation. She’s already given public statements to news agencies that conflict with each other, and given her willingness to lie to the American people during the days following the Benghazi killings, she needs to be questioned under oath.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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