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THE KKK FORMED BY FORMER DEMOCRATS WHO OPPOSED EQUALITY FOR BLACKS

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Democrats founded the KKK, fought the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments, instituted Jim Crow Laws, fought the 1965 Civil Rights Act and continue to keep racism alive and blacks on their liberal plantation. This is an excerpt from the award-winning documentary Emancipation Revelation Revolution After The Civil Rights Act was passed Democrat President Lyndon Johnson praised Republicans for their overwhelming support. The Republican Party was formed by anti-slavery activists to combat the pro-slavery Democrats The Ku Klux Klan was formed by radical Democrats who opposed equality for blacks. In 1935 Democrats defeated an Anti-Lynching Bill supported and put forward by Republicans. The 1924 Democrat National Convention in New York was host to one of the largest Klan gatherings in American history. Dubbed the "Klanbake convention", a minority of delegates attempted to condemn the presence of the Klan but was rebuked by the Klan supporting Democrat Majority. On April 20, 1871 the Republican Congress enacted the Ku Klux Klan Act, outlawing Democratic Party-Affiliated terrorist groups. Ronald Reagan, a Republican, made history on November 2, 1983 by signing into law Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a National Holiday. This is the first and only Federal Holiday that recognizes a Black American. Albert Gore, Sr., a Democrat, played a key roll in the 74-day filibuster that delayed and intended to undermine The Civil Rights Act. Albert Gore, Sr. voted against The Civil Rights Act of 1964. President Bill Clinton's political mentor, J. William Fulbright of Arkansas also a Democrat, voted against The Civil Rights Act. A search on The Clinton Presidential Center Web Site yielded 102 matches when searching for Fulbright. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: "It shall be an unlawful employment practice for an employer ... to discriminate against any individual with respect to his compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, because of such individual's race, color, religion, sex, or national origin." When LBJ nominated Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court in 1967 he was opposed by 10 Democrats and only 1 Republican. The lone Republican had switched parties from Democrat to Republican only 3 years earlier in 1964. Why would 10 Democrats oppose a Democrat Presidents Supreme Court Nominee? Robert Byrd (Democrat) is the only Senator to oppose both black Supreme Court nominees. Former Klansman Hugo Black (Democrat) was appointed to the Supreme Court by Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democrat) in 1937. This liberal icon, who served on the court until 1971 also defended and helped acquit Klansman Edwin Stephenson for the murder of a Catholic priest in Birmingham. Hugo Black was also a senator that received substantial support in his first senate election victory from the Klan. Many Democrats referred to Robert Byrd as the "Conscience of the Senate" He was born in Nov. 20, 1917. Senator Robert Byrd (Democrat) served as a recruiter for the Ku Klux Klan. He now explains this away by pleading ignorance and a misguided youth. Robert Byrd voted against The Civil Rights Act of 1964. He was 46 years old. He helped lead a Filibuster with other Democrats including Al Gore, Sr. Sen. Robert Byrd (Democrat) spoke for 14 hours and 13 minutes, finishing the morning of June 10 -- the 57th day of the filibuster. This is what Democrats must mean when calling the filibuster a Senate Tradition. Byrd also opposed Supreme Court nominations of Thurgood Marshall in 1967 and Clarence Thomas in 1991. Byrd could say he opposed Clarence Thomas because he was a Conservative but Thurgood Marshall was a Democrat favored by nearly every Democrat. Robert Byrd is the only Senator to oppose both black Supreme Court nominees. Byrd was 49 years old when he opposed Democrat Thurgood Marshall's Supreme Court Nomination. In 1945 at age 28, Robert Byrd said this regarding desegregation of the military, "[I will] never submit to fight ben...