Howard Dean Says If You Vote Republican in 2018, You’re A Racist

National   Steven Ertelt   Aug 22, 2017   |   6:01PM    Washington, DC

To hear it from probation former presidential candidate Howard Dean you are a racist if you vote for a Republican and next year’s Congressional elections.

As Townhall reports:

In yesterday’s column from Al Hunt in Bloomberg, the veteran political commentator noted that what Democrats needed was not new policies, but a new message. And former Democratic National Committee Chair Howard Dean has an idea on how to craft this: label every person who votes Republican a racist. Yep, that’s right—if you vote GOP in 2018, you’re a racist because nothing says success like building upon Hillary Clinton’s deplorable strategy.

Dean made these remarks on Joy Reid’s show on MSNBC on Saturday, saying “I think this may be the moment for Trump last weekend. Today, in the 2018 elections, if you vote for a Republican, you’re supporting Donald Trump. This has now become a referendum. If you want to vote for a racist in the White House, then you better vote for Republicans. But if you want to vote for Democrats and really have change, that’s where I think America is going.”

But who or what is the biggest killer of African-Americans? It turns out to be Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood kills over 260 unarmed black babies every day in America via abortion.

And let’s examine closely how Planned Parenthood targets minority communities. While minority women make up 13% of the minority population they had 36% of all abortions. According to The Alan Guttmacher Institute, black women are more than 5 times as likely to have an abortion as white women.

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According to protectingblacklife.org, “A 2010 census reveals that Planned Parenthood is targeting minority neighborhoods. 79% of their surgical abortion facilities are located within walking distance of African American or Hispanic/Latino neighborhoods.”

And who does Planned Parenthood support? Democrats.