By Jennifer Burke
Democrats are notorious for projecting the racist history of their party onto Republicans. They are the party that fought against the Civil Rights Act. They are the party of Jim Crow laws. They are the party that formed the KKK, a group that terrorized and killed black people for no other reason than the color of their skin.
Wisconsin state representative Brett Hulsey, who is also a Democrat candidate trying to unseat Republican Scott Walker as governor, took this projection to an entirely new level — and he got schooled by a black Republican.
Hulsey made news a few weeks ago when he announced his plan to hand out KKK hoods to Republicans as they attended the GOP convention in Wisconsin. In the end, he changed his plan and showed up at the convention wearing a ridiculous and historically inaccurate confederate uniform holding a sign attempting to ridicule and harass Republicans.
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His plan to garner attention ended up getting not quite the attention he was seeking. GOP delegate Pam Stevens, a black conservative who also ran for the Wisconsin State Senate in 2012, confronted Hulsey explaining to him how she took great offense to his little stunt. She also schooled him on how the claims he was making about Republicans actually is the history of the Democrat party.
Stevens does not let that stop her and, in the end, Hulsey “had to go talk to one of his colleagues.” In other words, he was getting schooled in the most embarrassing of ways and being made a fool of. So, he had to get away.
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