Why are Democrats so intolerant?

Why are they so close-minded? Is it because they are afraid of having a conversation that might force them to explain their views? Why do minorities who work hard and achieve the American dream make them so angry? And do they really believe their abhorrent behavior toward successful minorities with conservative views is going unnoticed?

On Saturday, Silk of “Diamond and Silk” spoke at her sister Diamond’s funeral after she suddenly dropped dead in her home. Silke explained that she didn’t want to have her sister’s funeral in their church because her sister was political and many of the people who attend their church would get all “holier than thou” about her passion for politics. It was a nice way of saying the congregants of their church wouldn’t allow Diamond’s funeral to be about her love for President Trump and for conservative politics because they are intolerant of opposing political views and were unwilling to give Diamond a free pass off the Democrat Party plantation, even after she died.

On the same day that hundreds of thousands were tuned into the live feed of Diamond’s funeral on RSBN, black conservative Fox News analyst and author of ” Taken For Granted, How Conservatism Can Win Back The Americans Liberalism Failed,” Gianno Caldwell was being asked to leave Miami restaurant “Paradis Books and Bread,” by one of the owners over his conservative political views. She told Caldwell that she was listening to his conversation at the table and became uncomfortable and demanded he leaves her restaurant because their “politics don’t align.”

Caldwell explained that he was talking about the uptick of violent crime in America and how he is trying to get justice for his murdered brother, “Also, I talked about progressive DAs in, how they’re exacerbating the crime issue across the country. This was so problematic, she [the restaurant owner] told me that I needed to ‘get out of our establishment!'”

Gianno Caldwell pointed out how this type of racist behavior should never be acceptable in America. “If this was not the Jim Crow south, I couldn’t tell much of a difference,” the Fox News analyst said. “This is what they’ve done over the course of the years, and me being a black man—me saying that I’m a conservative—and me having a conversation anything about their politics.


“There’s a target on the backs of people who happen to be black and who happen to be conservative. He added, “Ron DeSantis said in Florida, discrimination is not allowed, and I hope that they’re going to look closely at what happened here at this restaurant,” the Fox News Analyst said.

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