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@9MZBFH9Democrat from Pennsylvania asked…1yr

Why would you vote for trump, like give me a good reason?

@9N8C5DHVeteran from California commented…1yr

I am against racism. Joe Biden was for segregation, wrote and passed the 1994 crime bill which negatively affected minorities for decades. He is the definition of systematic racism, having been in politics for 47 years, pretending like trump, who has been in office for four years has created his (Biden’s) problems. Trump has only worked to undo the nasty policies passed by Joe Biden and the historically racist democrats. The party of the KKK.


Trump is for school choice, which would allow minorities to exit the red lining sectors where they don’t have funding for their schools.


Trump isn’t just the choice for minorities, he is a choice for Americans who want to prosper and work hard for their dreams.

@9P6PTZYPeace and Freedom from Iowa corrected…1yr

I am against racism. Joe Biden was for segregation, wrote and passed the 1994 crime bill which negatively affected minorities for decades. He is the definition of systematic racism, having been in politics for 47 years, pretending like trump, who has been in office for four years has created his (Biden’s) problems. Trump has only worked to undo the nasty policies passed by Joe Biden and the historically racist democrats. The party of the KKK.

Joe Biden has said he regrets signing the 1994 crime bill. The KKK currently aligns with the Republicans, the very very far right people.

@Aaron-PurdyRepublican from Texas commented…12mos

I know Trump does not reside with the KKK because he has denounced them on multiple occasions and declared them a terrorist organization

@9Q7WK8TGreen from California disagreed…1yr

Joe Biden has said he regrets signing the 1994 crime bill.

Biden is absolutely a racist based off of the things he has said and done over the course of his entire political career. If any other candidate said a single one of his slip ups their campaign would go up in flames before they walked offstage. Please don't act like the pathetic half assed "I wish things were different" was any actual admission of guilt or regret. He is a law and order republican in all but name.

@9TMGXF6Veteran from Hawaii commented…7mos

I’m from Hawaii and I really think this country is crap. Please America stop with the fighting and figure out how to stop democrats lying and stop republicans Fighting. I’ve had enough and It will all end when the lord comes. I’m moderate Republican, Raised In a Christian/Hawaiian/ Hispanic Family with much diversity and much knowledge about Christianity.

@9Q7KRLYRepublican from Indiana commented…1yr

I highly disagree but in any other way BLM was founded by Some racist against whites. Does that sound right to you?

@9R5B8GBPeace and Freedom from California commented…11mos

Lets step back a moment. There are 3 founders of the Black Lives Matters Moment. 1st of the 3 is Alicia Garza. She has said that white people can improve she also married a half white man. Next is Opal Tometi, she talks about how a lot of internalized racism in white people. That isn't racism it's education. Last is Patrisse Cullors, who actually urged white people to stand with her. None of these women are racist in any way, you need to fact check.

@Christian-RamosDemocrat from Virginia agreed…16hrs

BLM was founded by Some racist against whites. Does that sound right to you?

Honestly, I am for ending racism, but I do NOT trust BLM for that same reason.

@Christian-RamosDemocrat from Virginia agreed…16hrs

BLM was founded by Some racist against whites. Does that sound right to you?

Honestly, I am for ending racism, but I do NOT trust BLM for that same reason.

@9P7BCTQConstitution from Ohio commented…1yr

No, the democrats are the racist KKK people not the republican people so try agian. You are gonna say the parties switched but they never did.

@9PSCYPMDemocrat  from Virginia commented…1yr

Both parties have shown racism in the past, not excluding republicans and trump. I'm not denying there are racist democrats however it is ignorant to deny racism on the right as well.

@9PMSRMWDemocrat from Washington corrected…1yr

It's not a switch but a shift in the latter half of the 20th century:


Lyndon B. Johnson, a Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 into law.


Most notably, Strom Thurmond, the longtime South Carolina Senator, ran

for POTUS as a Southern, Democratic Dixiecrat, going on to say that,

“all the laws of Washington and all the bayonets of the Army cannot

force the Negro into our homes, into our schools, our churches and our

places of recreation and amusement.'' While the Democratic Party of

Lyndon B. Johnson was marching forward toward racial equality,

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 @redp1ll3dCommunist from Georgia commented…3mos

Yeah as if a KKK member would vote for Biden, you obviously do not understand history and American politics if you do not know about the party switch.

@9QV2L4QIndependent from California commented…12mos

Let's go over these points, shall we. First of all, I think u mean integration because segregation ended nine years before Biden became a United States Senator. Now with this issue comes bussing. Biden opposed bussing and wanted to impose other measures like affordable housing, equal credit, and extending the voting rights act. For the 1994 crime bill, yes, it did contribute to systemic racism. However, this was not targeting minorities as many black caucuses at the time supported the bill. He has made some remarks regretting specific aspects of the bill. With the party of the KKK, I think th…  Read more

@9NLJKNWWomen’s Equality from Minnesota commented…1yr

I AM 100% PRO-LIFE. (except for rape and health issues to the mother or child.)

@9NSWVWMDemocrat from Texas commented…1yr

its not your choice to choose what PEOPLE do with their body.

@9P66MYXConstitution  from Massachusetts commented…1yr

Why don’t these people wear a condom or use plan b after the fact? Why do I have to pay for people not using the contraceptives available to them?

@Macy-WilsonWomen’s Equality  from Utah commented…1yr

couldnt people abuse this and say they got raped even though they didn’t? how would they know if they were lying or not? plus this would result in women doing unsafe abortions.

@9XG9GHGLibertarian from California commented…2mos

It's completely unnecessarily to make an exemption for rape. Just allow anyone to have an abortion for the first three months and then it is off the table. If you are raped, you will immediately take Plan B or get an abortion in the first couple of weeks. So this is a non-issue so long as the cut-off point for abortions is at 3 months.

@John-DavallaIndependent  from Ohio commented…1yr

The Democratic party has gone through a paradigm shift since the 1910s when they were the party of the KKK. Since, Strom Thurmond and other pro-segregation icons became Republicans, and David Duke, former grand wizard of the Klan, endorsed Donald Trump. Trump has ridiculed social justice activists, dog-whistled against social democratic reforms that would benefit the African American community, and said of white nationalist protesters, "There were good people on both sides". So yeah, some champion of minorities..

@Hugh-McDonaldRepublicanfrom Guam  commented…1yr

I'm mainly voting for him based on policy.


While he does say a whole lot of stupid stuff, his policies don't reflect on his character (well, at least not as much). He has proposed a platinum plan for Black America, criminalised animal abuse, signed the first step act, had created millions of sustainable jobs both before and during the pandemic, and has also provided plenty of testing kits and ventilators for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. I think those are some good reasons to vote for him but I completely understand why you may not like him or his policies.

@9LSYV4SDemocrat from Iowa commented…1yr

Why would you vote for Trump

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