Skip to comments.Black GOP candidate told to “stop eating the ‘coon flakes'” in KY AG race
Posted on 08/13/2019 6:41:07 PM PDT by blueyon
In case you havent fully gotten the message, African-American Democrats are really angry with any African-American Republican that embraces President Trump. Then, if an African-American Republican runs for an elected office, well, the racial slurs fly
from the Democrats. The race for Kentuckys Attorney General is no different just ask Daniel Cameron. Daniel Cameron is an African-American Republican candidate for attorney general in Kentucky. He came under attack by Dawn Elliott, a liberal female African-American lawyer and co-host of a political talk radio show, this week. Cameron is running against Democrat Greg Stumbo, a 67-year-old white Democrat who is a former Attorney General of Kentucky and long-time state lawmaker.
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Only Dems can play the Race Card.
Projection. They are the Kings... and Queens.
Dawn Idiot and Greg Dumbo....whadda combo.
Hope Cameron wins and shoves it right down the commies’ throats.
Coon Flakes? I like mine sugar coated. They’re great!
He should tell them he prefers Count Chocula.
The Democrat African American Plantation now has barbed wire around it instead of just surveillance cameras. Stay on it or face trouble.
.... Well ... That’s what happens when you wander off the Democrat Plantation ....
After having Andy Beshear covering their butts here, it’s no wonder Rats are concerned with the possibility of a Republican conservative in the AG’s office.
Should have told her that the coon flakes are better tasting then the stupid cnut plantation bran she’s passing out her ass she calls her mouth. Then tell her it’s good to know she’s carrying on the grand tradition of Democrap racism they are still known for, and ask her when the dry cleaners will have her Robert Byrd Klan sheets ready for her next black man lynchin’?
Dems, give it up...your hate-mongering is tiresome. Try something new, ideas to help Americans.
As long as its brown sugar...
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