White Texas Commissioners Accidentally Vote to Back Slavery Reparations

3 Chics had to front page this story. Talk about CLUELESS. These folks should have been required to pass a LITERACY TEST.

Dallas County, population 2.5 million, now officially stands for “monetary and substantial reparations” for black Americans’ suffering, after the County Commission summarily approved a resolution by its only black member that the white commissioners never bothered to read.

Hat tip SG2

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John Wiley Price’s Price’s resolution went beyond taking note of Juneteenth; it included a long list of injustices endured by blacks, from slavery to Jim Crow to predatory lending practices.

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Now some of the white commissioners are claiming they’ve been HOODWINKED, REALLY?

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5 Responses to White Texas Commissioners Accidentally Vote to Back Slavery Reparations

  1. Liza says:

    Words fail me.

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  2. Can you believe this? They never bothered to read and now they’re the victim? GMAFB!

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    • Ametia says:

      irony

      There was a time when Black folks were not ALLOWED to learn to read, because then they’d know exactly what ole massa and the white establishment were up to.

      Now the white establishment feigns ignorance and clutches the PEARLS, because they WILLFULLY DID NOT READ.

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    • Yahtc says:

      A vote is a vote. It was unanimous, it was in writing, AND it was READ to them.

      That’s it.

      They DID vote to support reparations.

      End of story.

      (That’s the way the cookie crumbles if they chose not to read nor to listen.)

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