Rangel: Southern GOP Still Believes In Slavery, ‘Racial Superiority’

Alex Griswold
The Daily Caller

The day after the 2014 election, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Democratic Congressman Charlie Rangel whether he wanted to walk back his comments that the GOP “doesn’t believe slavery is over.”

To Blitzer’s shock, Rangel doubled down, accusing Southern Republicans of supporting slavery and believing in racial superiority…



The video is at The Daily Caller.



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