New Project Veritas Action Video Shows Racist Rant By Major Democrat Player

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There is a major donor in North Carolina and a Senate candidate who are going to be in a lot of trouble when people see this new Project Veritas Action Video.

Benjamin Barber is a lot of things. He is a Democratic theorist, and a “Distinguished” Senior Fellow at Fordham University. He writes for the Huffington Post, does TED Talks and does CNN interviews, writes books… and happens to be a racist.

Watch the shocking video to see what this Democratic strategist has to say about black people who disagree with him, and see the reactions from leaders in North Carolina.

The politician in the video is Deborah Ross who running for Senate in North Carolina against Richard Burr.

Currently, Burr is only up .08% according to Real Clear Politics average.

Ross’s comments deeply offended the black Republicans who viewed the videos and her condescending nature is going to be something that hurts her campaign.

On the other hand, the big issue for Benjamin Barber is if he will lose his airtime on CNN? Will he be able to continue to write for the Huffington Post?

Will Benjamin Barber be given back the money he donated to Hillary Clinton?

Barber also donated to Democracy for America (DFA), a left-wing political action committee founded by former DNC chair Howard Dean.

Coincidentally, DFA also endorses Deborah Ross as a candidate for Senate.

This video shows more than just racist comments; it highlights yet another instance of Democrats showing they only care about the black vote and not actual black people.

The same man who compared black Republicans to Jews working for Nazis is also a globalist who wants to remove borders and let mayors rule the world.

No wonder he is fan of Hillary, they both don’t want borders. Apparently he also doesn’t want any black Republicans, but he is proud of the black Democrats.

How do you feel about the racism heard in the new Project Veritas Action video? Let us know in the comments below.