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The beer at the White House tavern was served flat last Thursday because the president is less the living embodiment of America’s melting pot than he is an adherent of the toxic ideas that - “thanks” to Mr. Gates among many, many other tenured radicals - dominate the modern university, permeate media thinking, saturate public policy and seek to define us in perpetuity by the color of our skin.
It took black and white blue-collar civil servants to expose that the race game is rigged at the highest levels. The majority in the United States wants to enter a better, more egalitarian and diverse, and even racially mixed future.
We still need to have this big national discussion. We’ll just have to have it without the president of the United States.
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