Racism is everywhere in everyone. So let’s stop with all the mock outrage about it.
I really didn’t, but I guess that is how you see yourself, and lash out at me because you felt…
Amber Lisa

Since the 2016 election campaign began in earnest, I have been called a racist by many people who will never have the pleasure to meet me. Initially, I was outraged, and defended myself with vigor. Then I realized that there was no plausible defense for the charge, because the anonymous people calling me a racist — due solely for my support of Donald Trump — would never have the pleasure to meet me.

I seriously contemplated this dilemma and was able to find peace through the words of Martin Luther King, who suggested that the measure of my character mattered more than the four words embroidered on the crown of my red baseball cap. I have a dream…

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