So now we're supposed to believe that Bill Bennett is another David Duke. Of course, Bennett, a former Department of Education chief and anti-drug czar, isn't Democrat Senator and former KKK member Robert Byrd, but that little fact doesn't matter to liberals hell-bent on destroying Bennett's name all over a stupid comment.
Then again, liberals will twist anything that can fit into their amoral agenda.
Because what Bennett actually said with his recent “inflammatory” comments (comments that appear to have only ignited the Left) was that he denounced the notion that aborting Black babies, in order to ‘reduce crime’, would be any sort of a viable solution—whatsoever. Bennett actually said that it was “morally reprehensible” (a phrase leftists should look those words up in the dictionary). Previously, in Bennett's conversation with a radio caller, he was pointing out the absurdity of what some might think the caller was suggesting about the book "Freakonomics," which theorizes about the affects of abortion on crime rates. Furthermore the author of the book was interviewed on NPR and said basically the same thing - again being absurd to prove a point. Where was the outcry then?
The idea that Bill Bennett is a racist is built solely on the long-held liberal creed that all Republicans are nothing but racist. In other words, liberals jumped on Bennett's comments because it helps in keeping Blacks in the position of "victims" who they can only "save". Of course, it would be silly if any Black person wasn't at least a bit annoyed that Bennett chose our race to illustrate his point, but going over-the-top to brand a man as hateful towards Blacks only serves to give credence to liberal hysteria. After all, as most Blacks probably didn't know, Bennett is not only a Republican, but a longtime conservative radio host, a pro-lifer and a man who along with his wife is deeply involved with the K-12 program, an organization dedicated to helping inner-city kids, mainly Black youth. That's right. Black youth.
Meanwhile Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, those great, big, defenders of Black people are both supporters of Planned Parenthood. And you'd be seriously living under a rock if you didn't know which organization, Planned Parenthood or the K-12 program, is not only racist, but has killed more Black kids.
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