What we are seeing right now in America is an aggressive attempt to destroy the country. I know I have talked about this many times already, but it is still worth talking about because people need to be aware of what’s happening. Plus, it’s getting worse day by day. The left has been pushing this for years. In the 1960s, the left actively took over college campuses, and have slowly indoctrinated the students there and it has bleed over into our society. The ideas that were being pushed by the left is that America is uniquely evil, and is uniquely racist. They believe that America’s real history was 1619, not 1776. They actually believe that slavery is uniquely a sin to America, and some even believe that America created slavery. They have pushed this on college campuses for many years. Now, after these students graduated, they brought those ideas into society and it has spread throughout the country. Just a couple of decades ago, Americans by and large believed that America was an amazing place and that race relations were good. Fast forward to 2020, things have drastically changed.
So there is a piece in The Wall Street Journal talking about what Americans think about race relations in the United States. Here’s what it says.
Voters in growing numbers believe that Black and Hispanic Americans are discriminated against, and a majority of 56% holds the view that American society is racist, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds.
So the majority of American voters believe that America as a whole is racist. That is not good. This is largely due to the media promulgated this issue.
The poll finds that Americans of all races and age groups share significant concerns about discrimination nearly two months after George Floyd, a Black man, was killed in police custody in Minneapolis. Nearly three-quarters of Americans, 71%, believe that race relations are either very or fairly bad, a 16-point increase since February.
In other signs of substantial shifts in views on race, more voters see racial bias as a feature of American society and support protests aimed at addressing it. Nearly 60% in the survey said that Black people face discrimination, and just over half said so of Hispanics, about double the shares from 2008. Support has also grown for two of the public responses to concerns about inequality: the Black Lives Matter movement and professional athletes’ practice of kneeling during the national anthem.
Here is the poll right here.