Ku Klux Klan Member Was a Hero In the Democratic Party and Clinton’s “Mentor”

“Look at the way that the Republican party treated David Duke vs. the Democratic party treating someone like Robert Byrd. The Republicans repudiated Duke. He was a controversial figure, they wanted to throw him out of the Republican party from the beginning. Robert Byrd was a hero in the Democratic party, even though it was well known that he had spent a good deal of his career in the Ku Klux Klan. When Byrd died in 2010, not so long ago, Hillary Clinton said “he’s my mentor.” Bill Clinton and Obama actually went to Byrd’s funeral. Obama didn’t touch the topic of his Klan membership…” —Dinesh D’Souza

The Real Slavery Debate Wasn’t North vs. South But the Anti-Slavery Republicans and the Pro-Slavery Democrats


“Number one, most Southerners did not own slaves. Most confederates did not own slaves. And the Northern Democrats, led by Stephen Douglas, protected slavery with the same zeal as the Southern Democrats. Right away you see this isn’t just a north/south issue. The real slavery debate was between the anti-slavery Republicans and the pro-slavery Democrats. So that is the first chapter of this narrative in which you see the Democrats are really implicated in the worst horrors of modern history.” —Dinesh D’Souza

Decimated Black Communities Are Urban “Plantations”


“And it’s actually remarkable how similar the urban plantation is to the old rural plantation. This is not just some kind of general analogy. Think of the ram shackle dwellings of slave quarters on the slave plantation — you can find those [today] in inner city Oakland. Think about the amount of violence that’s necessary to hold the place together because slavery was based on force. Similarly today, cops have the toughest jobs in the inner city just holding the place together.” -Dinesh D’Souza