Cheap reparations, Part Two

LaShawn Barber finds the Senate’s apology for not passing anti-lynching legislation to be as absurdly lame as I do. She writes:

Generations of blacks have been lulled into feeding from the government trough, and the damage it caused will reverberate for generations. And those numbskulls down the street are apologizing for failing to pass anti-lynching laws 100 years ago. Lord, give me strength.


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