The War On Christmas Lights

@Dana Loesch rips into a Karen Christmas Grinch who says Christmas lights are racist



  • Andrew Sitto

    The first Democrat President to be elected since the Civil War, Andrew Johnson, was Grover Cleveland. As the 22nd US President Cleveland agreed with the Democrat racist Southerners in their reluctance to treat African Americans as social and political equals, and made special efforts to reach out to Democrats and former Confederates in the South to assure them they had a friend in the White House. He also opposed integrated schools and saw African Americans as inferior. He opposed efforts to protect the suffrage of African Americans. Cleveland nominated 4 Supreme Court justices including
    Chief Justice Melville Fuller who decided Plessy v. Ferguson, a major landmark decision of the U.S Supreme Court that upheld the constitutionality of racial public segregation laws and Jim Crow Laws. Grover nominated Justice Lucious Lamar who purchased a plantation, owned many slaves and opposed the Reconstruction. During reconstruction, the Ku Klux Klan and others used lynching as means to control Black people, forcing them to work for planters and preventing them from exercising their right to vote. It was not until Republicans passed the Civil Rights Act of 1871 (AKA ku Klux Klan Act) which largely broke up the Reconstruction-era Klan. Justice Lamar, however, did not consider freedman and other black Americans fit to vote. Lamar voted against rights for African Americans.

    After the assassination of 23rd Republican President Harrison, Grover Cleveland was re-elected as the 24th President for a second term. It was during his second administration where he was able to appoint Justice Rufus Peckham and Justice Douglass White both who ruled with the majority in Plessy v. Ferguson. Justice Rufus Peckham appointed by Grover also voted to up uphold Jim Crow Laws. Peckham showed no interest and was unimpressed with claims of equality in racial equality questions. He repeatedly joined decisions that upheld racial segregation in public and private facilities and allowed southern states to restrict black political participation. Peckham dissented when the Fuller Court which confronted lynching and mob violence. Last, Justice Douglass White was nominated to the US Supreme Court by President Cleveland and was a member of the Ku Klux Klan and endorsed racial segregation in Plessy v. Ferguson.

    The first Democrat President to be elected since Grover Cleveland was Woodrow Wilson. As the 28th President, Wilson, believed in segregation. President Woodrow Wilson was very much behind the Jim Crow and promoted Jim Crow laws. Jim Crow laws prevented African Americans from having a vote and restricting black rights. It was made so that African Americans could never influence the country. In fact, he allowed his cabinet officials to expand segregation within government departments in ways that hadn’t been allowed since the end of the Civil war. One tactic used to segregate was by putting an African American in charge because segregationist were afraid there would probably be enough African American individuals to influence and if they all voted then change would happen, the white supremacist knew that. So what they did was introduce literacy tests which blocked African Americans from voting because the majority of African American people at the time could not read or write. It was a clever way to have African Americans to not influence the country because they knew they couldn’t read or write, but they also knew that because of Republican passed law, everyone has rights under the constitution including to vote. So the literacy test was introduced to stop black people and it worked. They knew that the vast majority of people were not able to be part of an election. Certainly no where near the amount they needed to actually influence things. Wilson also supported D.W. Griffith’s film “Birth of a Nation” and even included the following quote from his book, “History of the American People”: “The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation… until at last there had sprung into existence a great Ku Klux Klan, a veritable empire of the South, to protect the Southern country.”

    The first Democrat President to be elected since Woodrow Wilson was Franklin D. Roosevelt. As the 32nd President, the Jim Crow Laws of Wilson still existed. FDR made little progress on civil rights. For example, under the Works Progress Administration, blacks received less pay than whites for the same work. During the Great Depression, unemployment for blacks was at 50%, twice the rate of whites. Jim Crow laws and segregation were still widespread, even The New Deal discriminated against African Americans. Whites got the pick of the jobs and the higher wage. The New Deal did not favor demands for integration. FDR wouldn’t risk caving to southern Democrat Senators. So education, work and transportation all remained segregated under Jim Crow Laws. The southern Democrats in the Senate held the New Deal hostage and refused to move on New Deal issues unless the Democrat party backed off the anti-lynching bills which was filibustered to death. FDR chose to hold onto the southern Democrat vote instead. Southern Democrats used lynching to intimidate black people from voting and enforce the white supreme standards rule. Democrat Senator Richard Russell, for whom one of the three senate office buildings is still named after filibustered a 1935 anti-lynching bill for six days in order to kill it, three decades later he also filibustered the 1964 civil rights bill. Democrat senators even threatened not to support WWII bills unless their colleagues dropped anti-lynching legislation. The Republican Congress continued to sponsor anti-lynching legislation after FDR’s death in 1945.
    FDR had three different Vice Presidents throughout his Presidency. Vice President Harry S. Truman, Henry A. Wallace and John Nance Garner. FDR’s VP Truman’s attitude toward race were shaped by his youth in Missouri. His grandparents owned slaves; his mother was interned by Union troops during the Civil War, and remained “violently unreconstructed” for the rest of her life. Truman developed “an abiding belief in white supremacy”. Vice President Truman was elected in the Democrat senate in 1935. In 1911, Truman wrote to his future wife, “I think one man is just as good as another so long as he’s honest and decent and not a ———“ and “It is race prejudice, I guess. But I am strong on the opinion ———- ought to be in Africa”. In a letter to his wife in 1939 he referred to “——— picnic day.” In Addition, FDR packed the courts by appointing 8 members to the Supreme Court. Justice Hugo Black, who has espoused anti-Catholic views and was a member of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama. Black became a member of the Robert E. Lee Klan No. 1 in Birmingham. It was reported that he had been given a “grand passport” granting him life membership to the Ku Klux Klan. As a Senator, Black filibustered the Republican Anti-Lynching Bill. Argued to restrict and limit the scope of the Civil Rights Act 1918. In 1968, he said, “unfortunately there are some who think that ——— should have special privileges under the law.” This ruling affected all other states where the party used the white primary rule.
    During World War II, an executive order severely restricting the rights of Japanese Americans and ordering 110,000 to be relocated to internment camps. Gordon Hirabayashi, a student at the University of Washington, challenged the executive order before the Supreme Court — and lost.

    When Lyndon B. Johnson was elected as the 36th president of the United States, he stayed “I’ll have those ———‘- voting Democrat for 200 years”

    The KKK used methods like tarring and feathering African Americans this is pouring boiling hot tar over a half naked individual and attaching feathers to them to humiliate the individual. They would whip and execute African Americans in public and there favorite method was lynching. They disguised themselves in white robes so you don’t know their identity. In the early 1920’s there was 5M members in the Ku Klux Klan. In the 1930’s they were still a powerful organization. They would burn giant crosses in the back yard to mark territory to threat off people. A very scary organization crippled with Jim Crow Laws led over 5M people away from the south known as the great migration.

    The equality between whites people and colored people was not seen here even though they were separated. The segregation was also spotted in the Armed Forces in US military. The black units and white units were established. The white units would lead the black units. The redlining, mortgage discrimination and public policy use are the main causes of the contemporary racial segregation in United States. The colored people in 1930’s had different entrances when they went to a movie theater. There was separate accommodations provided by the railroad company for the white and colored people such as the waiting rooms. The railroad cars were used based on their race, such as prohibition for the blacks to use the railroads for whites. The Jim Crow laws were standard laws in the US at this time. The public funding for each student African-American schools was less than that of white students…

  • Will Barham

    what type of shotgun shells are they?

  • mattallica 89

    That’s like someone saying that your fence around your house is racist towards Mexicans. Give me a damn break!

  • Will Barham

    what has this world come to, some places (i dont live in these places) you cant walk on your back porch and shoot a squirrel out of your tree

  • Mr. M4N

    Don’t like it? LEAVE!!

  • Mr. M4N

    I would put up more along with a camera.

  • Douglas Crosby

    OMG!! They can go to another country, that’s simple.
    Or is it because they have the Freedom, they will stay here and ruin our country down to their substandard standards?
    They had to come here wanting something right? Ya, our demise right? thought so…

  • pdrtv

    You turned a neighborhood squabble into a national story.

    Is Dana just a “Karen” with a microphone?


  • P Smith

    OMG People are STUPID !! I would ADD More Lights!!! And Then Some !!!

  • Scott Gillooly

    Griswald them Christmas vacation all the way

  • oldgordo61

    Wait…I thought all the mullti coloured christmas lights surely would represent diversity and incllusiveness just like the rainbow flag..I guess not.

  • Fabes

    I know democrats who are just tired of cancel culture and all of the cheating by the left. There is hope…if we could only get the media to show both sides.

  • Doc Brown

    How did these ( Idiots ) People grow up to be Adults?

  • Doc Brown


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