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Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Liberals Aren’t Liking This Newly-Discovered Photo Of The 1924 Democrat Convention…

The 1924 Democrat National Convention, also called the Klanbake, was held at the Madison Square Garden in New York City from June 24 to July 9, 1924.

Maybe this was where Democrat and former KKK member Robert Byrd got his start.

This seems too crazy, even for liberals, to be true, but you can Google ‘Klanbake” and discover the authenticity of how involved the Democrat party has been involved with the KKK.
The Ku Klux Klan was resurrected after the 1915 release of D.W. Griffith’s very popular motion picture The Birth of a Nation.

After World War I, the popularity of the Klan surged due to connections of its public relations leadership to those who had promoted the successful Prohibition Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, becoming a political power throughout many regions of the United States, not just in the South. Its local political strength throughout the country gave it a major role in the 1924 Democratic Party National Convention (DNC).

The 20th Century Ku Klux Klan was notoriously anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic, in addition to being anti-black. The Klan advocates opposed those supporting Catholics from the major cities of the Northeast and Midwest. The tension between pro- and anti-Klan delegates produced an intense and sometimes violent showdown between convention attendees from the states of Colorado and Missouri.

Klan delegates opposed the nomination of New York Governor Al Smith because Smith was a Roman Catholic. Smith campaigned against William Gibbs McAdoo, who had the support of most Klan delegates.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Black American population should do their homework before the next election! Vote republican and things may get better for you!!!!!

Anonymous said...

The Party of Liberal Jim!

Anonymous said...

I just looked and it wasn't to difficult to see. Right around the second and third row back I can see Jake Day and Jim Ireton's grandfather in hoodies. And right behind them is Jim Mathias and Norman Conway's father wearing a hooding.

Anonymous said...

Nothing has really changed. Racism is now hidden under a suit and tie. The party wants to keep the status quo by pretending to be the party for the working man and woman, while enjoying the perks of the office and the power that comes with it. By keeping you dependent, they can control you like sheep. Both parties are really two sides of one coin anyway.

Anonymous said...

The only difference between the KKK / Black Lives Matter/Black Panthers is nothing

Anonymous said...

you won't see this on CNN!!

Anonymous said...

K = 11th letter of the alphabet.

Do the math folks.

It is Freemasonry / Majik / Satan Worship

Anonymous said...

The DEMON-CRATS !!!! Hello

Anonymous said...

Research the movie. Although controversial, many of the stereotypes of black males that were portrayed in the movie, have been proven to be largely true (statistically) by today's standards. Prisons have overwhelming evidence of this.