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Message Subject Beto O'Rourke says he and his wife are descended from slave owners
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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No wonder... It is in Democrats blood.

Here is a quick crash course on Democrats history they are trying to erase so people forget and will be forced to repeat. (And they are after the guns that will be the last stand against tyranny)

If people knew their history, they would see the South was Democrat run before the Civil War
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And they would know the Confederate army was made up of Democrats.
Jefferson Davis - Democrat - President of Confederacy [link to css.history.com (secure)]

Robert E Lee - Democrat (Banned General Lee from Dukes Of Hazard)
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Stonewall Jackson - Democrat
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The Civil War ended April 9, 1865 KKK formed December 24, 1865 by six Confederate veterans [link to www.politico.com (secure)] , after the Civil War ended, White Democrats would dress in white sheets to simulate dead Confederate soldiers to scare the blacks back onto the plantations. (Think of the movie "The Village" and apply the monsters in the forest scaring kids to stay in their area as the monsters being the KKK)
They burned crosses also and that was to scare the extremely religious southern blacks as well.
Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Confederate President Jefferson Davis are all depicted on Stone Mountain in Georgia, which the Democrats also want to erase after they took down all the Confederate Democrat statues.
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(The Ku Klux Klan had been defunct for nearly a half-century. The second Ku Klux Klan was founded in 1915 by William Joseph Simmons at Stone Mountain in Georgia
Here is an old political poster depicting the KKK and the Democratic Party as continuations of the Confederacy that states "TIS BUT A CHANGE OF BANNERS" [link to upload.wikimedia.org (secure)] (They are trying to make that disappear)

South still Democrat then [link to www.270towin.com (secure)]

Following the Civil War, the Ku Klux Klan emerges to suppress and victimize newly freed slaves.
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Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest was the KKK's first grand wizard and a Democrat
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Nathan Bedford Forrest amassed a fortune as a planter, real estate investor, and slave trader.
He was a delegate from Tennessee to the New York Democratic national convention of July 4, 1868
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The Butcher Forest (FORREST)
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The anti-slavery Whig party ended and became the Republican party in 1854
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The South was Democrat, which the south could not vote in 1864 due to the Civil War.
In the 1868 election as well as the 1972 election the South turned a little Republican from all the Yankees who were there after the war ended in 1865.
Then in 1876, they started to become Democrat again. Keep in mind, the KKK was formed in 1865. All the while, it was growing at a rapid pace, until the south became solid Democrat during the heights of the KKK
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Jim Crow laws, meant to suppress and segregate blacks started at the end of "Reconstruction" in 1877.
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Those laws were enforced until 1965.
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(Jim Crow was a fictional character, BTW)

Rutherford B. Hayes, Republican, took office in 1877 in the name of reuniting the country. He abandoned Reconstruction while pardoning Confederate leaders and pulling the U.S. Army out of the Southern states—which promptly passed a series of anti-black laws, like polling taxes that became known as “Jim Crow” laws. In the 1890s, Southern states, under Democrat control once again, passed new constitutions that made it even more difficult for black men to vote.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73072500

I wish you would quit spamming this.
It's all common knowledge.
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