Democrats are watching the Republican National Convention in horror.
So many left-wing narratives are melting and there’s nothing they can do about it.
And an NFL legend left Democrats speechless with one sentence about Donald Trump at the RNC.
The Republican National Convention is forcing the Democrats to show their true colors.
For years, Democrats have lied and called the Republican Party “racist” and “sexist,” but when any person of color or woman espouses conservative beliefs or joins the Republican Party, they’re attacked mercilessly.
Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, the daughter of Indian immigrants, was attacked for serving in the Trump administration and speaking at the RNC.
And of course, Sarah Palin was ripped up and down in 2008.
Democrats suggested she was a bimbo and wouldn’t be able to handle the rigors of being vice president because she was a dedicated mom.
Yet the Democrats are the party of women.
But the left’s peak outrage is saved for Black Republicans because they weaken Democrats’ most powerful lie and tool for accruing power.
Democrats use racism to divide the country and scare people to the polls.
They do it every single election cycle, but Heisman Trophy-winning running back and NFL great Herschel Walker just rained on the Democrats’ parade at the RNC.
Walker said the following in support of Donald Trump:
“It hurts my soul to hear the terrible names that people call Donald. The worst one is ‘racist.’ I take it as a personal insult that people would think I would have a 37-year friendship with a racist. People who think that don’t know what they are talking about. Growing up in the deep south, I have seen racism up close. I know what it is. And it isn’t Donald Trump.”
That’s a message that resonates with people.
Even though Trump has been friends with prominent figures like Spike Lee, he became racist overnight when he got into Republican politics.
Walker also explained the populist appeal of Trump:
“I watched him treat the janitors, security guards, and waiters the same way he would treat a VIP. He made them feel special because he knew they were. He understands that they are the people who make this country run. They clean. They cook. They build. They drive. They deliver. He told me, ‘Herschel, make an effort to get to know people. Remember their names.’ That stuck with me.”
Meanwhile, Joe Biden has made one jaw-dropping comment after another on race issues.
Biden said George Floyd’s death was more impactful than the death of Martin Luther King, something that Walker bristled at.
Democrats are selling a dystopian future divided along racial lines, while Trump is trying to unite the country under the American banner.
Democrats say they want to bring the country together, but they don’t even want to stand for the national anthem or the pledge of allegiance.
They cannot be trusted with power.