Democrats who are critical of African-Americans that identify as Republicans should not tell people what to think, according to Kentucky’s GOP nominee for state attorney general.
Daniel Cameron, who previously served as Sen. Mitch McConnell’s, R-Ky., legal counsel, told Brian Kilmeade on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” he has gotten backlash for being a black Republican candidate.
“My message is pretty simple, the Democratic Party needs to stop telling black Americans how to think,” he said.
“I’m a proud Republican,” he continued, adding he first registered as a member of the party at age 18.
He also fired back on Wednesday after being told to “stop eating the ‘Coon Flakes’ the White House is serving” by a local radio host and attorney.
“I’m a proud lifelong Republican, part of a diverse Kentucky Republican Party ticket, and yes I support President Donald Trump,” Cameron told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “I have unfortunately been called much worse as a black Republican and it is enough. I support life, secure borders, and am proud of my faith. It is time for liberals to stop telling black Americans what we are allowed to believe and what party we are allowed to support.”
The Dems aren’t aware that “All men are created equal.” They have an agenda and will use lies, mislabeling, embellishments, fake news, coercion, unethical and criminal activity to achieve it. In any case nice answer Daniel.
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