Democrats in History

Here you go, Democrat supporters. You can’t argue with the facts. Try to wash out the stain if you want to – it won’t come out! My thanks to Frantz Kebreau for this article.

I have done extensive research on the subject because at one point, I was a Democrat.  A few years ago, I was confronted with a fact that I knew to be false but after an investigation into the point, it turned out to be true.  It was that Martin Luther King was a Republican.
This of course forced me to extend my research into other areas.  What else could this Political Science Major be unaware of?  The Truth became stranger than fiction.  The list is quite long so here we go.
President Kennedy had little intention of enacting a Comprehensive Civil Rights Law during his 2 years in office.  Tensions in society were running so high due to the riots and such that by the 1963 State of the Union address he had no other choice but to enact some kind of Law.  Mind you, for the previous 100 years, it had only been the Republican Party who had supported any Civil Rights Legislations (I was not aware of these facts until I was 35 years old);
13th Amendment:        100% Republican Support                             Abolished Slavery
                                    23% Democratic Support
14th Amendment         94% Republican Support                               Slaves to be Citizens
                                    0%   Democratic Support
15th Amendment         100% Republican Support                             Right to Vote for All
                                    0%     Democratic Support
CRA 1866                   Enacted by the Republican Party                   Equal Rights
CRA 1871                   Enacted by the Republican Party                   Anti-KKK
CRA 1875                   99% Republican Support                               Anti-Discrimination
                                    0%   Democratic Support
———–It took another 82 years until the next Civil Rights Act———
———–The Democratic Party blocked every attempt to equalize citizens of color—–
CRA 1957                   Enacted by the Eisenhower (R) Administration
                                    Then Senator Kennedy Voted against this Bill
                                    Filibustered by Democrats
CRA 1960                   Enacted by the Eisenhower (R) Administration
                                    The final version was watered down by then Senator LBJ
                                    Filibustered by the Democrats
CRA 1964                   82% Republican Support
                                    63% Democratic Support
CRA 1965                   87% Republican Support
Voting Rights             75% Democratic Support
I do not want the “government” to treat me any differently than any other citizen.  Therefore, I consider equality of opportunity and equal voting rights to be the summation of Civil Rights in America.  If anything extra is afforded me or anyone else merely due to the color of their skin, I consider that to be an entitlement and patronizing.
Given my above statement, the Democratic Party, even if you sectionalize them by North and South, has never outvoted the Republican Party in any Civil Rights Law…Ever.  The actual numbers play out like this;
Lifetime Republican Party support for Equal Rights for all Citizens:                     94%
Lifetime Democratic Party Support for Equal rights for all Citizens:                     35%
Now to the point of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  This was a proposal that the Republican Party, during the Eisenhower Administration attempted to put forth but alas, their efforts resulted in the first Civil Rights Law in the previous 82 years…The Civil Rights Act of 1957 formed a Commission on Civil Rights.  The Plan of the Commission was to eventually enact the very Comprehensive Law of 1964.  Remember, this was the Bill that Senator JFK voted against, for political aspirations I’m sure.
JFK had his Justice department write the original Bill in early 1963.  The first version passed the House but stalled in the Senate.  Everett McKinley Dirksen (R), the minority leader in the Senate took it upon himself to REWRITE the entire Bill.  It took him 1 weekend and he had 2 helpers, 1 Democrat and another Republican.
The final version of the 1964 Civil Rights Act was written by a Republican which means that since the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, every Civil Rights Law was written by a Republican with more Republican support than Democratic Party Support.
Due to Dirksen’s tenacity, a cloture vote was successful and the Senate passed the Bill.  It then passed the Houses and became Law.
Some notes about its passage;
Robert Byrd (D) filibustered the Bill…the longest filibuster in American History
William Fulbright (D) voted against the Bill.  He was Bill Clinton’s mentor.
Al Gore Sr. (D) voted against the Bill
Speaking to two Governors on Air Force One, then President LB Johnson was quoted saying, “”I’ll have those n*ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” according Ronald Kessler’s Book in relation to the Law.
So now let’s explore the Dixicrats.  This has always been misrepresented.  I wrote about it in my book, and I also made a video of it.  Here is the video:
The big question is, did the South really turn “Red” after the CRA of 1964?  Well, I researched that also and found the following conclusions.
Presidential Elections (covering “The Solid South”)
The 11 Former Confederate States
Year                            Blue States                                          Red States
1964                            6                                                          5
1968                            6 (Segregationist Wallace took 5)     5
1972                                                    Landslide
1976                                                    Landslide
1980                                                    Landslide
1984                                                    Landslide
1988                                                    Landslide
1992                            4                                                          7
1996                            4                                                          7
2000                            0                                                          11
2004                            0                                                          11
2008                            3                                                          8
At least in Presidential elections, the Solid South wasn’t so “solid” until at least the year 2000 or 36 years after the CRA of 1964.
Now let’s take a look at the Governorships.
Governorships since 1964
(The 11 former “Confederate States”)
State                            Blue                            Red      Years until a “Red” Gov. was elected
Georgia                       7                                  2                      39 years
Mississippi                  8                                  2                      28 years
Alabama                     9                                  3                      23 years
Louisiana                    6                                  4                      16 years
Texas                          5                                  4                      15 years
South Carolina            5                                  5                      11 years
Arkansas                     9                                  3                      9   years
North Carolina            7                                  2                      9   years
Tennessee                   5                                  4                      7   years
Virginia                       7                                  5                      6   years
Florida                        7                                  5                      3   years
Total                           75                                39
That’s almost 2 to 1 Blue over Red.  I looked at the facts and not the rhetoric. The facts point to a different conclusion all together.  The South did not become “Solid Red” after the CRA of 1964.
After finding out that both Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were Republicans, I tend to deal only in facts and not with what I’ve been told.
Last Points
My former party, The Democratic Party says that they are for the “minority”.  In this case, I’ll just say “blacks”.  I believe in neither black nor minority but I defer to their thinking for this discussion.  If that’s the case, then how could the following piece of history have been erased?
Ninety-nine percent of the country does not know the name Hiram Rhodes Revels.  Here is his story and why the Democrats are not for “black” people.
At the end of the Civil War, Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy, was captured and subsequently imprisoned for 2 years.  Prior to this time period, Mr. Davis was a Senator from the State of Mississippi.  In 1870, the State of Mississippi filled the vacant post of Mr. Davis with one Hiram Rhodes Revels.  The curious fact behind this exchange is that now Senator Hiram Rhodes Revels did not only replace the President of the Confederacy, but he was also the First Black Senator in U.S. History…and virtually nobody knows his name.
One last point to explain this lack of universal knowledge…Jefferson Davis, The President of the Confederacy was a Democrat and his replacement, Senator Hiram Rhodes Revels, was a Republican.  Democratic leadership today will never share that history with their constituents of which I once was.  That led me to believe that the Democratic Party is more interested in my vote than the Truth.
It gets bit deeper.  13 former slaves became members of Congress between 1870 and 1901.  We as a nation killed our own citizens in a Civil War to FREE 4 Million slaves. 13 of those freed slaves became members of the U.S. Congress and the history books are silent to this fact.  640,000 Americans died in that war and the result was transformational yet, this groundbreaking and profound history is never taught in “left” leaning schools because it does not serve their agenda.  All 13 of the former slaves were Republicans.  I had to sift through the Library of Congress to reveal the following information…here it is for you in a video;
My belief is that the Party’s did not change.  The tactics changed.  They went from Pro-Slavery to Pro-Segregation to Pro-Entitlement, all of which results in nothing beneficial for the prosperity of an individual and is considered by many of my ilk, “Plantation Politics”.
All I want is the Truth and to be treated as an equal, no more and no less; as an equal.  I do not need the Democratic Party telling me that I’m “black” or that I’m a minority who needs their assistance.  I am not a color.  I am Frantz Kebreau, an American Citizen.
For the Democratic Party, it has always been about “Control” over Freedom.  Keeping the Truth from it’s constituents in order to maintain control over them is not what I want from my “Party”
Revealing the Truth About the Democratic Party…On Video
 Frantz Kebreau
CEO, Stolen History
Author of Stolen History
If you would like more information, please take a look at the “Stolen History” Book and Audio versions at the link below.
“The Truth Shall Set You Free!!”

Author: V. E. Brown

I was born in Roanoke, VA on October 16, 1968. A few years later, my family settled in the Washington, DC area where I grew up. I graduated from Friendly Senior High School in 1986. I attended North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC as a geography major. Looking for a change of environment, I made Durham my permanent home in 1988. In October of 1986, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior and began attending Mt Zion Christian Church. In 2003, I met a lovely young lady from Liberia named Autherine and we were married a year later. I believe in the deity of Jesus Christ and the inerrancy of God's Holy Word, the Bible. I follow a Christian/conservative worldview. I enjoy reading, writing, movies, badminton, football (Dolphins, baby!!!), bowling, board, video, and computer games, and traveling.

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