Here Is The “Racist” Sign At The DNC Convention The Media Has Refused To Discuss (This Is Hilarious)
The Democratic Party has finally admitted the truth that, by its own standards, it is a party with racists.
That’s because a sign appeared at the Democratic National Convention, that actually had the audacity to ask attending delegates to present a photo ID.
Photo ID is required for credential pick up.
Please have photo ID out and ready.”
Now wait just a second. For years, Democratic Party leaders and Liberals have been telling the rest of the country that it was racist to ask for a photo identification.
Any time somebody offered legislation that would require someone to prove who they were before voting in an upcoming election, there would be cries of,
“You just hate minorities!”
It’s gotten so bad, that the Obama administration actually joined in on a lawsuit filed against Kansas, Alabama, and Georgia, when these states altered the rules to require their residents to show a photo ID before registering to vote.
The administration and a special interest group were trying to argue that it was burdensome for a person to have to show a photo ID before voting.
Thankfully, Federal Judge Richard Leon slapped the lawsuit down with the following humorous ruling,
“The organizational plaintiffs and their members will undoubtedly have to expend some additional time and effort to help individuals, but let’s be candid: doing so pales in comparison to explaining to the average citizen how the [Affordable Care Act] or tax code works.”
Liberals have also argued that there is racism pushing the efforts to enact photo ID, claiming that black people in particular have a difficult time acquiring such a document.
However, they fail to realize that a photo ID is required for so many things in American society already:
Getting back to the sign at the DNC, if we are to believe the Democrats. If we are to assume that those who require photo IDs are doing so to hinder minorities, then what are we supposed to take away from a DNC sign that requires delegates to present their IDs before being allowed inside?