Democrat Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was using the U.S. Senate floor for campaign speeches in favor of Hillary Clinton on Monday, pulling the ultimate race card by labeling Republican nominee Donald Trump as a “racist.”
“Virtually every time Donald Trump says or does something discriminatory — and that’s often — the media relies upon a catalog of buzzwords to describe his actions,” Reid said Monday. “The press uses words like hateful, intolerant, bigot, extremist, prejudice, to name but a few. Yet there’s always one word that many of the press conspicuously avoid: racist. They never label Trump as a racist. But he is a racist. Donald Trump is a racist,” Reid declared.
But, like most Democrats, Harry Reid is not one with the moral authority to discuss racism because of his own problem of a past history of saying racist things.
During Barack Obama’s first presidential contest, Reid deduced that Obama had what it took to be a winning presidential candidate because he was, according to Reid, a “light-skinned” African American “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.” It wasn’t considered to be a racist comment by the leftstream media or the Democrat Party, because Reid is a Democrat, and we all know that it’s impossible for leftists to be racist, even though the Democrat Party has a deep history of racism, including being the party of slavery, Jim Crow laws, segregation, and the party that elevated KKK exalted cyclops, Robert Byrd to be the “Conscience of the Senate.”
Who talks that way? A racist, that’s who. Harry Reid is a racist.