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Southern Strategy is a tactic the GOP have been using for decades, though no one seems to have heard of it (a "fourth estate" responsibility). So first we start with a definition..
What was the Southern Strategy?
Articles related to the Southern Strategy that bring the information up to date can be found HERE.
What Trump did was take the "hints" by the right (GOP&Fox) to open conversation. Just like it was before the southern whites, who dominate GOP politics, started talking in code to 'avoid appearing to be racist' an attitude that still is allowed in politics today (most media is white so it doesn't bother them, they even play along as far as brown people are concerned). The following articles prove that the GOP and Trump can't be separated as the GOP created the environment for Trump to flourish and even used him to pass their bills and thus everything Trump is and has done should be seen as a shared accomplishment by Trump and the GOP and separating the two does an injustice to logic and history. Such injustice is actually normal in the media. that's how John McCain thinks its OK for him to ask Trump NOT to show up for his funeral despite Trump being the guy who is pushing standard GOP policies and passing standard GOP bills and pushing standard talking points that even John McCain has signed or used himself! Proofs...
Articles outlining GOP's decades of racist strategies that the media hasn't been covering...
Trump’s two-faced immigration strategy rides an ancient racist dichotomy New research shows how Trump rode a resurgence of old-school racism. He didn’t create it, and it’s not going away
The Nation: Exclusive: Lee Atwater’s Infamous 1981 Interview on the Southern Strategy The forty-two-minute recording, acquired by James Carter IV, confirms Atwater’s incendiary remarks and places them in context.
Listen To The Full 42 Minute Interview HERE
Salon: They have not been the party of Lincoln for decades: Donald Trump exposes the truth about GOP racism that David Brooks keeps denying David Brooks keeps pretending his is the party of Lincoln. Sure, in 1864. Maybe he should catch up with reality
Salon: How the GOP became the “White Man’s Party” From Nixon to Rand, Republicans have banked on the unerring support of Southern white men. Here’s how it came to be
NY Daily News (opinion): Nixon’s bigger crime: Southern strategy
Richard Nixon is not having an easy time of late. The Washington Post alone has run at least three opinion pieces reminding us all that Nixon was a skunk who 40 years ago this month resigned the presidency and flew off to a short-lived exile in California. There the story of Nixon's nefariousness supposedly ends. But it does not. He remains to this day a major political figure. It was Nixon who devised and pursued what came to be called the Southern strategy. This was, in the admirably concise wording of Wikipedia, an appeal "to racism against African-Americans." Nixon was hardly the first Republican to notice that Lyndon Johnson's civil rights legislation had alienated whites both in the South and elsewhere — Johnson himself had forecast that Southern whites would desert the Democratic Party.
But Nixon was the GOP's leader and, in January 1969, the President of the United States. The White House, it seemed, would not do a damned thing for African-Americans. Nixon was a complex figure — virtually a screaming liberal compared with today's Tea Party types. He was above all a pragmatic, cynical politician. Johnson and the Democrats had wooed the black vote; Nixon would do the same for the white vote.
Even-steven, you might say, except the Democrats were expanding rights while the Republicans wanted to narrow them or keep them restrictive.
This realignment did not exactly start with Nixon or end with him. Barry Goldwater had voted against the 1964 Civil Rights Act (although he had supported other civil rights bills), but the GOP in general then was unencumbered by a Southern constituency and its leadership often favored civil rights. After Nixon, though, there was no turning back. In 1980, Ronald Reagan — ever the innocent — went to Mississippi and the Neshoba County Fair to tastelessly proclaim his belief in "states' rights." Nearby, three civil rights worked had been killed just 16 years earlier, protesting one of those bogus rights — the right to segregate the races. Reagan never acknowledged any appeal to racism. Racists took it as a wink anyway. At one time, a good many African-Americans voted Republican — the party of Lincoln, after all. Jackie Robinson initially supported Nixon , as did Joe Louis. The former heavyweight champion had even supported a Republican in the 1946 congressional campaign against Rep. Helen Gahagan Douglas, a liberal civil rights advocate, whose California district was substantially black.
As late as the 1970s, there were African-American enclaves in Maryland that voted Republican. The damage Nixon did to his own party, not to mention the rights of African-Americans and the cause of racial comity, has lasted long after the stench of Watergate has dispersed. It not only persuaded blacks that the Republican Party was inhospitable to them, but it in effect welcomed racists to the GOP fold. Dixiecrats moved smartly to the right. Excuse me for extrapolating, but segregationists are not merit scholarship winners. Racism is dumb, and so are racists.
The Democratic Party showed racists the door. The GOP welcomed them and, of course, their fellow travelers — creationists, gun nuts, anti-abortion zealots, immigrant haters of all sorts and homophobes. Increasingly, the Republican Party has come to be defined by what it opposes and not what it proposes. Its abiding enemy is modernity.
Washington Post: How Donald Trump put an end to the GOP’s Southern strategy - Trading the dog-whistle for the bullhorn
Salon: Republicans hit peak racial hypocrisy: Their condemnation of white supremacy is laughable Leading Republicans have fled from Trump’s racism. But their party has been a white-identity club for 50 years
Salon: Donald Trump and Paul Manafort revived Nixon’s race-based hate strategy for the 21st centuryConservative politicians often use racist dog-whistles to get votes, power, and money
First is the matter of who paid for Dr. King’s assassination. None of the recent press coverage noted that an extensive congressional investigation of King’s murder “concluded that there was a likelihood of conspiracy” in King’s assassination, and that “financial gain was [James Earl] Ray’s primary motivation.” Newly released files — previously withheld by the FBI from Congress — now show who paid for King’s murder, and why.
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