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Republicans Want a White Republic. They'll Destroy America to Get It

1 month ago   |   By Time

When in a recent tweetstorm Donald Trump suggested that four Congresswomen of color leave the U.S. and “ go back ” to the “totally broken and crime infested places from which they came,” social media exploded. Outrage. Even some news outlets finally let go of the euphemisms and called the tweets “ racist .” The Republicans, on the other hand, were quiet. As well they would be. The ideological demographics of the party dictated it.
The GOP's membership is nearly 90 percent white and can only envision carnage and extinction as it looks upon a rights-based, religious, racial and ideologically...
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