Do you want to know what Democrats really think about the people of the United States?
Hacked and recently released documents give a good clue to just how far they will go to pander to the latest grievance group.
Democratic House candidates should never say “all lives matter” under any circumstances, according to a highly confidential memo sent to staffers for the party’s congressional campaign arm, which was leaked this week.
“This document should not be emailed or handed to anyone outside of the building,” according to the November 2015 memo. “Please only give campaign staff these best practices in meetings or over the phone.”
These are the words from a document that was lifted, supposedly, from Nancy Pelosi’s personal computer, and was intended as instruction to Democrat staffers in how to deal with the Black Lives Matter group.
Guccifer 2.0, the hacker responsible for the July hack of Democrat documents that so rocked the DNC convention, posted this latest document on a WordPress blog.
“Do not say ‘all lives matter’ nor mention ‘black on black crime,'” the instructions state. “This response will garner additional media scrutiny and only anger BLM activists. This is the worst response.”
While some would say there’s merit to the strategy, in that to bring up the truths about black-on-black crime in the nation would somehow distract from any legitimate message the group may have, it also does a disservice by preventing discussion about problems in the black community that have been allowed to fester and grow worse, for the sake of political correctness.
The document went on to describe Black Lives Matter as a “radical” movement, and warned that they didn’t want to be co-opted by the Democrat party.