Democrats Waging “War on Whites” – Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks Tells It Like It Is


Republican Congressman Mo Brooks of Alabama declared on Monday’s Laura Ingraham radio program that the Democrat Party is waging a “war on whites.”

The Democrats are engaging in “divide and conquer” techniques, attempting to present an opposition to the “evil white Republicans” who, for the purpose of creating separation, they claim are racist against everybody that is different from them.

Ron Fourier’s comments that Hispanics, “the fastest growing voting bloc in this country thinks the Republican Party hates them” and that the GOP “cannot be the party of the future beyond November, if you’re seen as the party of white people” drew a response from Brooks.

Of course, Fournier is a supporter of Obama, even as he conducts a campaign of unconstitutional executive actions and “prosecutorial discretion,” so his comments must be seen as prejudiced themselves.

Brooks said, “This is a part of the war on whites that’s being launched by the Democratic Party. And the way in which they’re launching this war is by claiming that whites hate everybody else. It’s a part of the strategy that Barack Obama implemented in 2008. He did it again in 2012, where he divides us all on race, on sex, greed, envy, class warfare, all those kinds of things.”

Ingraham, often a vocal critic of the regime, is sometimes reluctant to believe that the political opposition is as evil as they truly are. She said in response to his remarks, “that characterization’s a little out there.”

Brooks didn’t back down, saying, “That is in effect what they’re doing, though. That’s the political game they’re playing.”

Ingraham claimed to have not liked his choice of words, though not disagreeing so much with the message saying, “I just think that phraseology might not be the best choice.”

As to a Wall Street Journal Sunday opinion piece, which chastising the Republicans saying, “A party whose preoccupation is deporting children is going to alienate many conservatives, never mind minority voters,” Brooks replied that “they need to get their head screwed on right on this one.”

“They need to be Americans,” Brooks shot back. “They need to be patriots. And they need to think about America first, and they need to think about American families first, but that seems to be the furthest thought from their mind.”

Brooks and fellow patriots in the House took some heat but should be acclaimed for standing up against an anti-American, pro big business, pro-amnesty push orchestrated by John Boehner, Mike McCarthy and other RINOs who have been purchased by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Brooks said of the fight to craft acceptable, meaningful and responsible legislation, “Those of us who were voting no under the circumstances–we caught a lot of angst and ire from the other [Republican] members, but that all flipped on Friday once we got a good bill.” Once the debate associated with the crafting of the new, better bill exposed the hidden pro-amnesty, pro-illegal loopholes and triggers in the earlier version, Brooks said everything changed. “All of a sudden the other member of the GOP conference were coming to us en masse and saying ‘you know, you were right, we didn’t realize that what we put out there had so many flaws in it, thank you for doing what you’re doing.’”

Brooks closed his comments with a basic comment that it seems many of those in the open borders, socialist Democrat ranks have forgotten or choose to ignore, “The number one thing about any country is geography. You’ve gotta have borders. And if you can’t secure your borders, you don’t have a country.”

The Democrats are purposely creating this division, using race and human trafficking in people of Hispanic ethnicity to achieve a political goal.

Divide and conquer by creating dissent; socialism is not very sociable.

Rick Wells is a conservative author who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit