I.B. Klicken Trump Administration Opposes Bill Gates’ Draconian Vaccine Tracking System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioxo0yg0OUY Attorney General William Barr Speaks Out Against Bill Gates Proposed Digital Tracking System
Democrats have a long history of bigotry and racism. In doing some research on President Johnson’s often quoted but “unconfirmed” statement: “I’ll Have Those Niggers Voting Democratic for 200 Years,” I learned that there’s no question that Lyndon Johnson was a “notorious racist and vulgarian,” despite his signing the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964.
According to historic sources, LBJ “rarely shied away from using the N-word in private.” For example, he reportedly referred to the Civil Rights Act of 1957 as the “nigger bill” in more than one private phone conversation with Senate colleagues. And he reportedly said upon appointing African-American judge Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court, “Son, when I appoint a nigger to the court, I want everyone to know he’s a nigger.”
Open Response to Prescott College President John Flicker:
Deat Mr. Flicker,
A college or university should be encouraging critical thinking and the exchange of ideas, not resorting to animus and name calling against those disagreeing with your ideology. Having a negative opinion regarding a person or an organization is NOT racist. The term racism is so overused in our day that it has been rendered virtually meaningless.
According to their own website, the organization known as “Black Lives Matter” has more to do with Marxist revolutionary ideologies than simply being concerned about Black Lives.
Using the RACE card yourself and supporting BLM is highly indicative of your own partisan agenda.
The following statement is from Prescott College President John Flicker:
"We are dismayed to see the ugly racist messages circulating on social media in our community about Patrisse Cullors, a member of our faculty at Prescott College. Patrisse is a professional artist and educator living in Los Angeles who is the Faculty Director of our online Master of Fine Arts program. Her inspiring work is recognized across the globe and we are honored that she is a part of the Prescott Community. She is also a co-founder of Black Lives Matter.
We strongly support Patrisse’s academic freedom as a member of our faculty and her right of free speech as a citizen. We also strongly support the efforts of Black Lives Matter to achieve a more just society for all Americans.
These racist messages are unacceptable and do not represent the values of our community, and we are grateful for the growing number of messages we are receiving supporting Patrisse and her work. If you support Patrisse and her work join the cause and continue to speak out against racism."