Kentucky AG takes aim at Dems’ treatment of African-Americans who ‘express a difference of opinion’

There is nothing that Democrats and their attack dogs despise more than black conservatives who have rejected the idea that they should have absolute loyalty to a party that has done virtually nothing to improve the lives of African-Americans in areas where they are in power.

One of the GOP’s rising stars, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron who is black, took aim at the left-wing political party’s despicable track record of abuse and outright racism toward Republicans of color, particularly Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina who has been a regular target of abuse for those who serve as the ideological thought police for the masters of the great Democrat plantation.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, Cameron – who hopes to unseat Dem Governor Andy Beshear in the Bluegrass State – suggested that Democrats should heed the advice of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when it comes to judging a person by the quality of their character and not the color of their skin.

“I think, for far too long, some Democrats have tried to ask folks that look like me to vote in one specific way, and if you don’t, and if you express a difference of opinion or thought, then they recoil at that, and they give you a lot of grief on Twitter and other social media platforms,” he told the outlet.

“But I hope what I’ve demonstrated, whether in my time as running for attorney general and winning that race, or even now as I run for governor, is that here in Kentucky we don’t care what you look like, we care about your values,” he added.

Cameron also stressed the values of patriotism and common sense when it comes to public service.

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“I firmly and fully believe in the American spirit and the innovative spirit of the hardworking men and women all across this country,’ Cameron said, “In fact, I often talk about the role that common sense and fair play have played in the Republican Party.”

“It was common sense and fair play that told Abraham Lincoln that this nation couldn’t live up to its founding unless it got rid of slavery,” Cameron said of Lincoln, widely regarded as one of the greatest U.S. presidents ever for his role in ending slavery. “It was common sense and fair play that told Teddy Roosevelt that the financial health and interest of this country couldn’t just be held in the hands of a few in big business.”

“It was common sense and fair play that told Ronald Reagan that he had to get the thumbs of the bureaucrats in Washington, D.C., off the backs of the hardworking men and women of this country,” he added, invoking the iconic 40th president.

“Otherwise,” he said, “we were going to lose that patriotic and innovative spirit.”

Over the last few years, as Democrats and their winged monkeys have turned increasingly vicious, Senator Scott has been subjected to much vile racist language from leftists who derogatorily referred to him as “Uncle Tim,” a variation of the oft-invoked slur “Uncle Tom” that is brought to bear against blacks who stray from the party line.

Among other black Republicans who have had torrents of vile racial abuse directed at them by Democrats and their operatives are former NFL running back and Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker who was smeared on a regular basis by the race-baiters at MSNBC, and Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) who was belittled as  “a prop” by far-left BLM bomb-thrower Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.), a member along with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of the notorious “Squad” after he was nominated as an alternative choice to Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy during the contentious process of the new GOP House majority’s voting on its leader.

As one of several potential challengers to the incumbent Beshear, Cameron is touting himself as being the only candidate who will be able to unite every faction of the GOP.

The Kentucky gubernatorial primaries will be held on May 16, 2023.

Chris Donaldson


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