“Today, we have more black elected officials in the United States than at any point in American history. Yet for the vast majority of black people, life has changed very little. Black elected officials have largely governed in the same way as their white counterparts, reflecting all of the racism, corruption, and policies favoring the wealthy seen throughout mainstream politics.”<br><br>Click on the article in my last post… read the one comment. From a sista, touting a black face. Unfortunately that’s all it takes for a lot of folks… black faces in high places serve 2 purposes…. 1. telling white folks what they want to hear and 2. deceiving black people by masking the oppressor in black face. <br><br>There’s more… <br>”Ignoring the long history of racism and the epidemic of police terrorism in shaping black life in Baltimore, the mayor, as has become typical of the black political elite, blamed the problems of the city on the African Americans who live there.”<br><br>^^^ Democratic talking points… Their blueprint.

"Today, we have more black elected officials in the United States than at any point in American history. Yet for the vast majority of black people, life has changed very little. Black elected officials have largely governed in the same way as their white counterparts, reflecting all of the racism, corruption, and policies favoring the wealthy seen throughout mainstream politics."

Click on the article in my last post... read the one comment. From a sista, touting a black face. Unfortunately that's all it takes for a lot of folks... black faces in high places serve 2 purposes.... 1. telling white folks what they want to hear and 2. deceiving black people by masking the oppressor in black face.

There's more...
"Ignoring the long history of racism and the epidemic of police terrorism in shaping black life in Baltimore, the mayor, as has become typical of the black political elite, blamed the problems of the city on the African Americans who live there."

^^^ Democratic talking points... Their blueprint.

Black Faces in High Places

In Baltimore and elsewhere, the ascension of blacks to political office has only masked persisting racial inequality.
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