Melanin supremacy

This is quite a worrying story: Biden Pick For Civil Rights Chief Promoted Racism and Anti-Semitism at Harvard.

Kristen Clarke, President-elect Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, advanced pseudoscientific theories of black racial superiority and organized an event with a notorious anti-Semite as a student at Harvard University. Clarke and a coauthor outlined “the genetic differences between Blacks and whites” in a 1994 letter to the editors of Harvard’s student newspaper, which criticized the political scientist Charles Murray’s book The Bell Curve. The genetic difference they identify, varying levels of melanin between whites and blacks, accounts for disparate cognitive abilities, physical power, and even spirituality, the pair said. The so-called melanin theory has no basis in science. “Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities—something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards,” they wrote.

Democrats have been perennially the party of racism. Every single member of the Ku Klux Klan was a Democrat with not a single exception. To this day, the colour of a person’s skin is an issue of significance for Democrats. As for instance: Kamala Harris has the right skin color for Joe Biden … and nothing else. Well actually, also because she is a woman. But as the story says:

Joe Biden selected a running mate based on the color of her skin. He rejected other candidates based on the color of their skin. He did this openly and without apology. Think about that for a moment. Let that sink in. In the year 2020, more than six decades after America desegregated public schools, a nominee for president from a major political party brazenly displayed outright racism in picking a running mate.

And this is just where it starts.

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