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Viral video shows a black mob pulling an elderly white man from his vehicle and beating him, all because he supposedly voted for Donald Trump.

Also, why is the responsibility of spreading peace thrust upon us?? A white man can be as offensive if he wants but as soon as minorities do it suddenly hate won't get us anywhere and we need to see past race, gender, etc

Also, why is the responsibility of spreading peace thrust upon us? A white man can be as offensive if he wants but as soon as minorities do it suddenly hate won't get us anywhere and we need to see past race, gender, etc

I'd say you're a wise man... Politics are tearing this country apart. At the end of the day they're all Buddies.. As the country is fighting one another about Democrats vs. Republicans... They do belong to the same bird...

What if I told you that the left wing and the right wing belong to the same bird. And this is why I'm not sure about Trump. Instead of draining the swamp I think he may have jumped in with the rest of the billionaires

Black woman gets pulled over, a white woman stops and waits until the officer is done. Black lives matter. Blacklivesmatter. Women looking after women.

Black woman gets pulled over, a white woman stops and waits until the officer is done. << this makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside :)

I am politically neutral. I appreciate this post b/c it is true. Racism and sexism plays such a HUGE part in the way people are perceived

Donald Trump defines ultimate white male privilege by his behavior. I constantly compared him to a toddler having a tantrum!

Me too..what about just letting it go....

Clint Eastwood maybe racist AF but he hit the nail on the head here. - yeah i the present.

Unlike the seven men who preceded him in the White House, Martin Van Buren (1782-1862) was the first president to be born a citizen of the United States and not a British subject. He rose quickly in New York politics, winning a U.S. Senate seat in 1821 and presiding over a sophisticated state political organization.

8th US President Martin Van Buren

Unlike the seven men who preceded him in the White House, Martin Van Buren (1782-1862) was the first president to be born a citizen of the United States and not a British subject. He rose quickly in New York politics, winning a U.S. Senate seat in 1821 and presiding over a sophisticated state political organization.

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