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Wasserman Schultz Adds To Racial Divide: "The Reality of discrimination still exists



Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) addressed the national convention of the NAACP, joining the likes of Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, and Jessie Jackson, to add to  racial divide race-baiters like Sharpton and Jackson continue to exacerbate.

 Wasserman Schultz correctly stated that the Civil rights Act  was vital to Americas “committment to never again permit racial predjudices in electoral process.” We agree with her 100%.

 Wasserman Schultz added that the act was important because it ensured that “minorities ability to participate in elections, but the threat of discrimination still exists,” but then asserted that racial discrimination and voter suppression ran rampant during the 2012 general election.

 Yes, the threat and the reality of discrimination still exists. It existed in 1965,  in 2006 when Congress reauthorized the act, and the  voter suppression efforts during the 2012 cycle, right here  in Florida and across the country.”-Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)

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Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres

As the managing editor of The Shark Tank, Javier was awarded the 2011 CPAC Blogger of the Year. Countless videos and articles from the Shark Tank have been featured on Fox News, The Hill, Wall Street Journal, and other national news publications. Javier has also appeared on Univision’s “Al Punto” and numerous radio shows, including being the weekly 92.5 Fox News' DayBreak with Drew Steele political contributor, as well as one of NewsmaxTV's conservative commentators. Javier has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Learn more at

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Wasserman Schultz Adds To Racial Divide: "The Reality of discrimination still exists

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