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It’s hard to take a writer, his work, or his analysis seriously when he doesn’t even mention salient facts.

“Progressives” in the 60s and 70s had the federal government mandate that states draw up Congressional districts that would ensure black Congresspeople were elected, by segregating black voters into majority black districts, leaving them underrepresented in surrounding districts, which then elected more conservative Congresspeople.

Now you blame your own handywork on dark forces who engage in racist gerrymandering.

You’ve never understood the unintended consequences of your own government policies.

Which is why so many black voters and their families remain unemployed, underemployed, and trapped in failing schools.

And why they have stopped voting for you.

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