Ben Kinchlow, a familiar face to tens of millions around the world as Pat Robertson’s long-time, softspoken co-host of the 700 Club, comes out swinging against “political correctness” in Black Yellow-Dogs.
The long-time yellow-dog Democrat (one who votes Democratic, period, no matter what, even if a yellow dog were running) exposes the insidious century-long history of racism inside the party from the time its military wing, the Ku Klux Klan, systematically lynched blacks and white Republicans alike through the party’s obstructionist role in passing the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Kinchlow warns black Americans who have engaged in a deadly game of follow the leader to “beware . . . if the blind guide the blind, both shall fall into a pit.”
In this concise and shocking history of how the Democratic Party successfully covered up its shameful past in a successful effort to co-opt the black vote, Ben Kinchlow calls on all Americans – black and white – to do something they’ve failed to do for the last 150 years: Learn the facts. Think for yourself.