This amusing video reveals once more how big of liars the Democrats truly are.
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The fact that they’re in control of the most powerful media, tech companies, and big American corporations can’t deny the fact that people all over this country aren’t blind and indifferent to what is actually going on.
Amy Horowitz went out to the streets of Berkeley, California, and asked white liberals about voters ID – all of them stated that it was a racist thing to require.
But at the same time, when he asked the Balck Americans regarding the very same issue – their answers differed from the previous group!
“These type of people don’t live in areas with easy access to DMVs and other places where they can get identification,” one man argued.
A female said, “For most of the communities, they don’t really know what is out there, just because they’re not aware, or they’re not informed.”
Another woman said it was racist that convicted felons are not allowed to vote, suggesting most convicted felons are black. “If when we look at a swing state like Florida, that’s a huge population of the African-Americans,” she said.
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But when Horowitz asked black Americans in Harle regarding the possession of a voter ID and presented white liberals’ arguments against voter ID laws, their answers were vastly different.
“Everybody I know has ID,” one man said.
Another woman stated she doesn’t know any black adult who doesn’t have state identification.
“Is it a weird thing to even say that?” asked the reporter. “Yes, it is,” she answered.
“Is this some trick candid camera thing?” one man asked Horowitz, as he and a woman pulled out their state IDs.
“I’ve had access to the Internet for years,” an insulted woman told Horowitz. “I [use] it at work! Of course I know how to use it. My kids know how to use it, they all have iPhones, iPads, whatever.”
“What does that say to you for people that have this perception of black people?” Horowitz asked.
“They’re pretty much ignorant,” one man said.
A woman similarly said, “I just think that’s ignorant.”
“Ignorant, very, very ignorant,” answered another female. “What people are they talking to? Who are these people talking to?”
“I think it is a little racist, because you’re putting people in a category and you have no idea what you’re talking about,” another person said.
“Maybe a little bit of racism in it, but like I said, I think it’s more stupidity,” one man told Horowitz.