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Lawmaker schools legislator on racist language

"That provision was drafted specifically to disenfranchise Black people." This Texas lawmaker called out a bill that aims to preserve "purity at the ballot box," a Jim Crow-era term meant to keep people of color away from the polls.

05/11/2021 12:29 PM

12 comments

  • Leslie C.
    05/24/2021 22:45

    The white race is anything but pure! Hahaha! if anyone the original people on earth AFRICANS would be purest if you want to go there. However now no one is "pure" we as humans will never be again. DEAL WITH IT! We are all human beings..

  • Leslie C.
    05/24/2021 22:39

    HE DIDN'T KNOW... SMDH

  • Jay J.
    05/18/2021 12:20

    What does he know!?

  • Rafael Diaz
    05/11/2021 18:21

    It is a shame in this time a age, how some individuals keep supporting this brutal act. We all are human beings. This worlds was meant for all not just a few!!!

  • Brut
    05/11/2021 15:37

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  • Martin A.
    05/11/2021 14:57

    Well. I guess this Democrat would know Crow laws

  • Clevester L.
    05/11/2021 14:16

    Notice the body language of the people behind him, they are very uncomfortable....that itself speaks volumes.....

  • Maria R.
    05/11/2021 13:26

    They knew

  • Stephen S.
    05/11/2021 13:22

    "The gentleman's time has almost expired"

  • Stephen S.
    05/11/2021 13:20

    "Troubling things?"

  • Stephen S.
    05/11/2021 13:19

    "PURITY OF THE WHITE RACE". ANY QUESTIONS? I PROBABLY WON'T HEAR YOU.

  • Neal A.
    05/11/2021 12:38

    So he's complaining about the use of a term and not the actual voting process itself, which is not discrimatory.