Segregation: The Democratic Party’s long held #1 goal,
then and now.
“Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!” In a clear tribute to its long history of racism and bigotry, the Democratic Party that now controls California’s government from top to bottom has created a segregated system for rescuing missing children that favors blacks over everyone else.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 673 into law on Sunday, making California the first state to create an alert notification system — similar to an Amber Alert — to address the crisis of missing Black children and young women.
The law, which will go into effect on Jan. 1, will allow the California Highway Patrol to activate the alert upon request from local law enforcement when a Black youth goes missing in the area. The Ebony Alert will utilize electronic highway signs and encourage use of radio, TV, social media and other systems to spread information about the missing persons’ alert. The Ebony Alert will be used for missing Black people aged 12 to 25.
“Data shows that Black and brown, our indigenous brothers and sisters, when they go missing there’s very rarely the type of media attention, let alone AMBER alerts and police resources that we see with our white counterparts,” state Sen. Steven Bradford, also a Democrat and creator of the legislation, told NBC News earlier this year.
Bradford is of course disingenious in his claims. The reason that missing black children don’t get the same coverage is not because of bigory but because they go missing so often it isn’t news. As the article notes, over 141,000 black kids under the age of 18 went missing in 2022 alone, almost all because of the utter collapse of the black family. The stats here don’t indicate a bigotry by whites against blacks, but a failure of blacks to care for their kids properly.
Steven Bradford: modern Democrat segregationist
Meanwhile, the disappearance of a white child is news because it happens so rarely in comparison. Though the family structure has also been collapsing among whites, the process is not so far along, and there has been real effort to fix the problem.
Thus, Bradford’s legislation has one purpose and one purpose only: to give favored treatment to “our indigenous brothers and sisters.” It doesn’t address the fundamental problems within his black community, and in the end it will accomplish only one thing, creating more anger and resentment between the races.
If Bradford wanted to create a race war his legislation is a great way to instigate it. But then, he is a member of the Democratic Party, which carries a long tradition of formenting race hatred, lynchings, segregation, and racial discord. He is simply continuing that tradition. Rather than dress up in a KKK white suit to oppress blacks, he wears the suit and tie of a legislator, and passes Jim Crow laws that instead put whites in the back of the bus.
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