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DNC Chair Candidate: My Job to ‘Shut Other White People Down’

Race to lead Democratic Party increasingly mired in identity politics, racial divisiveness

The race to lead the Democratic National Committee continues to get nasty — and increasingly racially charged.

In an astonishing speech Monday night, DNC chair candidate Sally Boynton Brown repeatedly made racist remarks about white people.

“My job is to listen and be a voice and shut other white people down when they want to interrupt.”

“My job is to listen and be a voice and shut other white people down when they want to interrupt,” Brown, the executive director of the Idaho Democratic Party, said. “My job is to shut other white people down when they want to say, ‘Oh, no, I’m not prejudiced.'”

Brown, like most of her fellow white leftist peers, seems locked in a never-ending quest to convince themselves and others that all white people are inherently racist, constantly criticizing white privilege and fighting against nationwide “systemic racism.”

Brown even claimed the Democratic Party itself was filled with racists and bigots that needed purging.

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“White leaders in our party have failed. We have to accept that there is prejudice that exists within our own party,” Brown asserted.

“I’m a white woman, I don’t get it,” Brown said in yet another display of her anti-white bona fides. “My job is to make sure that [white people] get that they have privilege,” she continued.

Brown’s shocking speech truly reveals the extent to which the upper echelons of the Democratic Party are removed from the lives of ordinary Americans. For a moment, Brown’s remarks seemed to indicate such a lack of self-awareness one couldn’t help but question if she was engaged in an epic exercise in trolling.

“This moment in our country, the Democratic Party has the opportunity to do something different,” Brown said. “Around the issue of race we are so far out of alignment.”

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The modern Democratic Party’s intense focus on generating racial division was undoubtedly part of the reason Trump won.

In many ways, such open antipathy toward a single race hasn’t been on display in a major American political party since Democrats were fighting desegregation in the 1950s.

“We have to, at the DNC, provide training. We have to teach them how to communicate, how to be sensitive, and how to shut their mouths if they are white,” Brown finished.

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