Civil Rights Leaders Aren’t Happy With Biden And Harris About Voting Rights

The Democrats genuinely want you to believe that the “voting rights” measures they’re trying to push forward will give minorities more opportunity to vote, make voting more accessible, and close the imaginary gap between White Americans and Black Americans.

Philadelphia civil rights leader Bob Woodson told Raymond Arroyo, a host on The Ingraham Angle, that the federalization of elections isn’t about civil rights at all. After fighting for civil rights since the 1960s, Woodson said that President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were destroying the movement’s legacy. Woodson pointed out that when Harris said that Americans should “monitor how we may talk to other countries about human rights abuses ‘autocracies’ if we witness an erosion of the rights that have been invested in the American people,” she was slamming America.

In all honesty, Harris doesn’t know what she’s talking about, but when she does pull out her radical card, it’s always on purpose.

Woodson said that “progressives have hijacked the rich legacy of the civil rights movement,” which has been used against the country as a whole. It’s not a new concept that the Democrat party blames White Republicans for any racist part of US history. White Supremacy this and White Supremacy that has been used as a catchphrase to attack anyone who they feel like is in their way.

It is why Biden said, “Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem, figuring out whether you’re for Trump or me, then you ain’t Black.”

Biden thinks he can say whatever he wants to with impunity. Nobody will check him because he’s a Democrat and claims to fight for equal rights, equity, and prosperity in the Black community.

The same segregation and rights that Woodson has fought segregation that Biden and other Democrats implement with COVID-19 vaccine mandates. There’s no other way to put it. Black Americans are less vaccinated, and the vaccine passport program will affect them much more than different ethnicities.

Woodson said that voting rights aren’t the “most important issue to Black Americans,” and he’s 100% correct. The Black American community faces many more problems than voting rights. Woodson noted that it might be necessary to some of the elites that profit from the issue, but to ordinary people in the Black community, that’s not even close to the top of the list.

According to Woodson, “every five minutes of every day in America, a child is shot, and four times that number of those children are Black.”

Crime rates across the country have risen exponentially. Black Lives Matter did nothing to help the Black community. They tore across the country and burned down the very neighborhoods they claimed to be defending. It’s a disgrace.