Is it possible that “fighting racism” is just a cover for “grabbing power”?
It sure seems as though the Democrats have found a clever way of doing both; that is, they are taking credit for fighting racism while actually, in fact, they are grabbing power for themselves. To put the matter a different way, the Democrats are saying the former and doing the latter. And as we shall see, this power-grabbing is a nationwide movement.
But let’s start by illustrating how it’s working in a single state, Nevada. As we shall see, it’s a two-pronged effort: First, declare a public-health crisis; second, change voting rules.
Last month, Nevada’s Democrat governor, Steve Sisolak, announced that, as part of his effort at fighting racism, his state would define racism as a public-health issue. Sisolak’s initiative—joined by other states, including Michigan—thus became part of the “national conversation”—a conversation, or narrative, as defined, curated, and approved, of course,