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The Party of Inclusion

In 1964, legal segregation in the United States came to an end with the Civil Rights Act. Interestingly enough, 74 percent of House Democrats voted no and 78percent of Senate Democrats voted no. But the Act still passed with leading strong support from the Republicans.

Today, 56 years later, we see the left trying to segregate the country once again: “Black Lives Matter,” “White Privilege,” etc. The party fostering racial division is clearly the Democrats. The party of inclusion has been, and remains, the Republican party. “We believe in equal opportunity, equal justice, and equal treatment for citizens of every race, background, religion, and creed.” (President Donald Trump, Speech at Mt. Rushmore, July 3, 2020)

Sherry Adams

Marietta

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