Jason Nichols: The Right Is More Concerned of the Skin Color of Their Candidates than the Left

‘I’ve heard Republican actually say that if Alan Keyes were white, he would have been president of the United States’

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NICHOLS: “Again, part of this is about consistency, and who has been the same their entire careers? I think — I was excited, at one point, but Kamala Harris. One of the things you saw about her, besides running a poor campaign, was the fact that she seemed to, you know, assert certain things, and later on, she would have to walk it back. She couldn’t decide what lane she is in. Biden has been in the same lane his entire career, as has Bernie Sanders, and I think that is their strength. And, again, I think the problem is — and this is the funny thing about the right, the right wing oftentimes talks about black people wanting black candidates, but you notice — or black people supporting black people, and that being a race-based think more brown people supporting brown people. But as you can see, we are more concerned about supporting people that are going to better people’s lives, rather than the color of their skins. But I’ve heard Republican actually say that if Alan Keyes were white, he would have been president of the United States. ‘S as a matter of fact, it’s the right was more concerned about the skin color of their candidates than it is the left.”

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