Narrative-Busting RNC Totally Destroyed Left’s “Intersectional” Politics With Brutal Truths From These Speakers

(Liberty Bell) – The left loves to present themselves as the arbitrators of diversity and inclusion, but it is becoming increasingly abundant that their political party is anything but.

Meanwhile, conservatives of all intersectional backgrounds are destroying their narratives daily. This was greatly exemplified in the line-up of speakers for the Republican National Convention this week, who came from a wide range of backgrounds and explained why the Republicans are more likely to represent their interests and values than the newly radicalized Democrats.

One of the most attacked speeches at the convention was from Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) displayed the true racism of American leftists.

Scott explained how he went from flunking four subjects in high school to learning that education was the closest thing to “magic.”

“Our family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime,” he said in reference to his grandfather, who picked cotton.

Another speech was from newly minted conservative firebrand Kim Klacik, a female candidate for Maryland’s 7th district in the House of Representatives.

Democrat state represenative for Georgia, Rep. Vernon Jones (D-GA) also gave an impassioned speech about why he is supporting Donald Trump in November. He charged his party with not wanting “black people to leave the mental plantation they’ve had us on for decades.”

NFL legend Hershel Walker also spoke, explaining that “Growing up in the deep south, I have seen racism up close. I know what it is. And it isn’t Donald Trump,” he said.

Cuban immigrant Máximo Álvarez also gave a very striking speech about about his experience fleeing communism as a child, and choked up at the end as he expressed gratitude for our country.

Former UN Ambassador and governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley, also spoke of her Indian heritage, pushing back against the notion that the US is “racist.”

She was attacked for being a “white woman” and saying this, but her parents are Indian immigrants and Haley, a first-generation American, is 100% Indian.

“In much of the Democratic Party, it’s now fashionable to say that America is racist. That is a lie. America is not a racist country. This is personal for me. I’m the proud daughter of Indian immigrants,” she explained.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, the daughter of immigrants, explained, “My mother Mercedes was a special education teacher from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. My father, also an immigrant, came to this nation in pursuit of the American dream. Now I consider it my duty to fight and protect that dream.”

There was also Cuban-American Florida Lt. Gov. Jeannette Nuñez and Kentucky’s first Black Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the latter of whom offered a striking response to former Vice President Joe Biden’s comment black people who don’t vote for him “ain’t black.”

“Mr. Vice president, look at me, I am black. We are not all the same, sir. I am not in chains. My mind is my own. And you can’t tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin,” he said.

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  1. Wow, what a deep powerful message that was delivered from the RNC over the 4 days. Crumblecrats could take a week to rebut that and it would still be weak.


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