The liberal left pretends that they oppose bullying with all their hearts and souls, the truth is far darker: the left, in my opinion, is the greatest purveyor of bullying in modern American history. Bullying has morphed into the left’s go-to tactic, as they attempt to smash their opponents through fear, threat of force, violence, and rhetorical intimidation on every major issue facing America today. This bullying has no end and spares no detail often being petty, trivial tropes and comments that don’t refute or attack ideology or fact but personhood and esteem.

It is crucial to note that these two “star witnesses” do not have firsthand information—they are secondhand informants that are sharing information of what they “heard”. With stammering lips, each witness gives and recites their testimony sharing their personal opinion on policy and the presidnet’s acts—there has yet to be solid evidence of a quid pro quo. The question that must be answered: are secondhand witnesses true witnesses?

Here are the questions we must ask and answer amid this debate (not the win for such is historic and beyond congratulatory and great). Where has debate gone? What is the future of debate and its relevance to black culture? Has it been hijacked by the topics of mainstream media?

The media has functioned as a propaganda tool for a single political party ideology, not only destroying their own purpose but as well as threatening the existence of a free republic—not only physically, civically but mentally.

I believe this is a Biblical pattern we see—after about 400 years of slavery then comes freedom. We can see the parallel in the Biblical narrative and in our own historical one. The Hebrews i.e. the children of Israel were enslaved to the Egyptians for 400 years (see Genesis 15:13, Acts 7:6). So too, this year (2019) is exactly 400 years since the very first slaves were brought to America. A ship, carrying about 20 enslaved Africans, appeared on this horizon, near Point Comfort, a coastal port in the British colony of Virginia.

Though slavery was abolished in 1865 the fight to be free extended well into the 1960s and into the present day. However, this fight has morphed into a mental one. As we fight, “we”, speaking directly about African Americans, to understand our true enemy—the slave master of single, static and liberal thought.

White privilege is the concept of the economic, social and political institutions in liberal democracies like America benefits whites while disadvantaging racial minorities. However, the evidence does not back up this claim. White Americans do not have the highest household medium income, Asians do. According to The Institute on Assets and Social Policy Asian American median household income is $57,418 per year. White Americans have an average household income of $48,877 per year.

There are no two thoughts or ideologies that are identical. When it comes to politics or social issues there are no identical twin opinions, only fraternal twins. They may originate from the same place, but they flow through two completely different channels. The strength of America, the strength of this culture, the strength of any people is the ability to celebrate difference not shun it. True unity, at its core, is not conformity but a celebration of difference.

Planned Parenthood operates the nation’s largest chain of abortion clinics and almost 80% of its facilities are located in minority neighborhoods. About 13% of American women are black, but they submit to over 35% of all abortions in this country. While these statistics are shocking, they are embedded in the history of Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, was active with the Klu Klux Klan (KKK) and the eugenics movement in the beginning of the twentieth century.

I believe we will see a lengthy impeachment battle that will uncover no crime while showing that congressional Democrats are more intent on pursuing a vendetta against a president than working for and helping the people they’re elected to serve. This will fallout to voters ultimately making the decision both locally, and on a national, federal scale.

It is with this perspective and from this place that my assertion is founded. I am a black male born and raised on the west side of Chicago and here is the controversy: I am a CONSERVATIVE. I grew up this way. I often thought that I was the only one. However, this year I began to reawaken my political senses. As I met hundreds of others both online and in-person who were also black and conservative.