The difference between Democrats’ identity grievance politics and Republican’s identity pandering is that the former shamelessly promote it while the later express some shame, but proceed to do it anyway. Evidently, the South Carolina GOP is in no short supply of identity grievance grifting.
When Nikki Haley announced her vanity run for president, she contended that “this is not about identity politics,” but then went on to assert, “I don’t believe in glass ceilings either” and quipped, “May the best woman win.” She rarely goes a day without reminding people that she is a “woman of color.” Her favorite cringeworthy and pointless trope is “I was the proud daughter of Indian immigrants, not black, not white. I was different.”
Now we have another South Carolina presidential candidate, the second bachelor senator from the Palmetto State, running on the same forked-tongued relationship with identity politics. He rhetorically asked his audience if they […]
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he doesn’t mind destroying the history of white people. he and graham are two of the worst senators in congress. I would never vote for this rino.