March 12, 2017
Updated October 7, 2018
Lyndon Banes Johnson is held by some in high regard for signing into law new protections afforded “blacks” to reverse harmful and oppressive Democrat policies like Jim Crow. He’s also credited as the architect of so-called “Great Society” that would prove a far better tool of oppression than any of old America’s handful of Democrat slave owner could have ever imagined possible.
Whereas some might dismiss the destructive policies that proved a veritable atomic bomb to the “black” family as “well meaning,” closer examination informs that LBJ and the corrupt forces that helped him ascend to President were not so naive.
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