POLL: Is there a race problem in the United States?

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“Is there a race problem in the United States?”

Yesterday, in Boston, more than 10,000 progressives showed up to interrupt a Freedom of Speech rally scheduled by conservatives. The rally, which had been scheduled before the events of Charlottesville, VA took place, had nothing to do with the KKK or white supremacists.

During the rally a lady was standing on the side of the road holding a flag. An Alt-Left protestor violently attacked her (click here to see video) for no reason. Since when is the American flag offensive or racist?

Dennis Michael Lynch, CEO of DML NEWS, during a recent Walk and Talk, said, “The media is playing up the race card because it draws ratings. The Alt-Left is playing the race card because it draws attention to themselves. Black Lives Matter is playing the race card because it’s fashionable for them to overlook the reality of America today. They prefer to ignore that America is a melting pot where all races live together, and blacks have great opportunities to thrive.”

But to be fair, the Alt-Left, just like the KKK, is a very small group of people who are clearly out of touch with reality. So, to you, the person who lives in reality, we ask: “Is there a race problem in the United States?”

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