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Old Yesterday, 04:25 PM
 
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'Stop eating the 'coon' flakes, you Republican black man!'

So says radio host Dawn Elliot, in yet another spectacularly intolerant racist screed from a high profile Democrat leftist. If you want racism and intolerance, you need look no further than this.

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Black GOP candidate told to “stop eating the ‘coon flakes'” in KY AG race

Kentucky Republicans are rallying behind attorney general candidate Daniel Cameron, who was labeled by a black civil rights attorney as a submissive race traitor for being endorsed by President Donald Trump. "Liberals will stop at nothing to attack anyone and everyone who dares to think for themselves," said Sarah Van Wallaghen, the state GOP's executive director, in a statement.

But Dawn Elliott, who said Cameron needs to "stop eating the 'coon flakes' the White House is serving," isn't backing down. The outspoken radio show host said the association with Trump is a slap in the face to African Americans and that Cameron needs to explain his position to black voters.

Cameron, a former University of Louisville football player, is running against Democrat Greg Stumbo in an increasingly nasty contest filled with personal attacks and negative advertisements. Republicans are hopeful it can give them the attorney general's seat for the first time since World War II. If elected, Cameron also would be the first African American to ever hold the seat as Kentucky's chief law enforcement official.
Why do these people have to make EVERYTHING about race? What about his professional credentials? What about freedom to choose? What about civility? What about consideration for others?

If the Democrat candidate Greg Stumbo is a better candidate for this job than Daniel Cameron (R-KY), then let him prove it without this kind racist vitriol.
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Old Yesterday, 04:30 PM
 
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Just read up on this guy and besides being good looking - he has brains too. If I lived in Kentucky I'd vote for him. It's too bad that everything has to be about race and not beliefs!
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Old Yesterday, 06:34 PM
 
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imagine how explosive that phrase would be viewed by the msm had a white conservative uttered it.
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Old Yesterday, 07:05 PM
 
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Cameron is a good guy and it would be awesome if he won. He has a real chance.
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Old Today, 04:16 AM
 
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So strange. The racism-obsessed liberals don't have a word to say about this.
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Old Today, 06:22 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Spartacus713 View Post
'Stop eating the 'coon' flakes, you Republican black man!'

So says radio host Dawn Elliot, in yet another spectacularly intolerant racist screed from a high profile Democrat leftist. If you want racism and intolerance, you need look no further than this.

Why do these people have to make EVERYTHING about race? What about his professional credentials? What about freedom to choose? What about civility? What about consideration for others?

If the Democrat candidate Greg Stumbo is a better candidate for this job than Daniel Cameron (R-KY), then let him prove it without this kind racist vitriol.
Any black person DARE NOT follow the "race" line is automatically ridiculed and called an "Uncle Tom" but, they are the party of "tolerance" and we are the "racists"!
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Old Today, 09:33 AM
 
Location: Pine Grove,AL
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Liberals will stop at nothing to attack anyone and everyone who dares to think for themselves,
saying people who disagree with you cant "think for themselves" is just a passive aggressive way of calling people stupid and is no better than the Democrats you are attacking.


Ill take everyone in this thread seriously on this issue when you call out Republicans who use language like that.
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Old Today, 09:39 AM
 
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What are the chances that this Black GOP'er at sometime said that Black Democrats need to "get off the plantation?"
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Old Today, 09:45 AM
 
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saying people who disagree with you cant "think for themselves" is just a passive aggressive way of calling people stupid and is no better than the Democrats you are attacking.


Ill take everyone in this thread seriously on this issue when you call out Republicans who use language like that.
Most on this board would call out any individual that uses that language and you know it. So we have this straight - is this the individual that made the comment as there is very little about this person on the net - District Court Judge Candidate, Dawn Elliott, Urges Louisvillians To Turn Over The Ballot | UrbanMaxx Magazine

She's black so she can use the word coon and that's OK - but if a white were to say that - you'd be jumping all over them - doesn't matter their political affiliation.

If blacks don't want to be stigmatized in society than they better quit using the words that they themselves use to determine who is racist. I'm sick of the double standards when it comes to the verbiage that can be thrown around in the black community - but isn't tolerated if anyone other than a black person uses it.
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Old Today, 09:50 AM
 
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What are the chances that this Black GOP'er at sometime said that Black Democrats need to "get off the plantation?"
Got a quote? Or are you just making that up?
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