In a vignette from the movie “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” they show a scene (here) in which a stereotypical Southern racist exhorts a crowd to try to stop a group of musicians, including a black man, from performing their presumably inflammatory stuff.
The Southern racist is a member of the KKK. In the movie, the crowd carries the racist dude out on a plank, much to the delight of the rest of the crowd, who wants to see the band.
Anyone who’s even a tiny bit historically literate knows that the KKK was/is the paramilitary arm of the American Democrat Party after the Civil War.
The same KKK that the Democrat Party has yet to denounce from its past.
The racist whom the crowd (presumably) throws out of the performance, is a Democrat. From the context of the movie, he’s running for office against some other dude. The Democrats had a lot of candidates in the South who were members of the KKK.
Now, mind you, the Democrats had in their midst a top recruiter for the KKK in the U.S. Senate — Robert Byrd — until his death in 2010, only six short years ago.
So, by accident, Hollywood did a scene in which a serious racist Southern Democrat did his racist thing, for all the world to see.
Did you see it?
Again, there’s a message here: If you look just a bit, you can find the many contradictions in what what the left says. You can find it, and you can expose it, as we do here.