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Racists Reeeeeally Mad Hillary Clinton Keeps Lying That Racism Exists

Last night, in the vice presidential debate, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, started talking about race and civil rights in his very first paragraph (well, after saying hi). Here’s how he (non-) answered his first question, on presidential leadership: This is a very special place. Sixty-five years ago, a young, courageous woman, Barbara Johns,
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