Slave reparations

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Slave reparations is a bill introduced into Congress by the Democratic party to indenture the United States Treasury and American taxpayers for the crimes of the Democratic party prior to 1865.

The term "slave reparations" does not address crimes, lynchings, voter suppression, or housing and employment discrimination committed by Democratic party controlled states, county, and municipal governments in the Jim Crow South, the so-called segregation era, between 1865 and 1965.

  • The reparations will not be paid to slaves.
  • The bill makes no consideration for descendants of immigrants after 1865.
  • The bill does not differentiate between African American freedman and slaves.
  • The bill makes no consideration for descendants of Union soldiers who fought or died to free slaves.
  • The bill makes no consideration for people of mixed race.
  • The bill essentially is a vote buying scheme, funded by taxpayers, to purchase votes for the Democratic party.
  • The bill seeks to punish residents of non-slave states.
  • The bill seeks to punish and tax people of states that never had Jim Crow laws after slavery was terminated.

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