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Certainly the death of trade on Martan has become a polarizing issue inflaming racial politics our next guest has a new column out with the headline.
Can't we all just move on when it comes to race Charlie hurt a columnist for The Washington Times move on in what.
-- -- Well I I think move on it in the way that the vast vast majority of Americans.
Have you know the I don't think that you know the -- race relations are not a problem.
For the vast majority of people in it -- it -- in their work environment at at.
At school or walking on the street people are you know we've we've advanced.
22 to a level that we haven't seen in -- you know in in many many years.
But yet the political class and these race profiteers people like Al Sharpton.
They get they they get they see a situation like this and they can't help.
But to inject race into it they inject race into it for their own personal gain either.
-- either financial gain or celebrity game or in the case of I would argue President Obama.
He -- he does it for political gain and and for him to look at this tragic tragic situation where seventeen year old unarmed kid.
Is dead and he looked at this situation ago well a year ago.
And and decided to inject race in it by saying that well you know by at a son he would look like me what does that mean well he's injecting race into it.
And -- I just think it's so interest -- that has and the vast majority of Americans have moved on past all of this.
You still have the political class and you still have these rates profiteers and -- I -- it would also argue a lot of us in the media.
He still of the media obsessed with race obsessed with -- dividing people over.
-- and then there are the politicians who who can't seem to let his jury verdict stand Marcia fudge is the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and released a statement yesterday regarding the shooting and another one today that says.
As the Martin family continues to mourn the death of their son we see first hand how detrimental racial profiling is.
And how unjust the application of our laws can be.
This there wasn't any testimony in court that this was racial -- profiling or at least the jury didn't find it that way.
No absolutely not and let us also remember that as far as politics goes we have federal laws in place.
That actually literally profile voters as it is here that the hole -- voting rights act is designed to two.
You -- sectioned off voters based on their race and that's the way that's the way politics looks at this and politicians in both parties of every stripe.
They're all very happy to play this game and the reason is is because it benefits all of them and and I would argue that -- on on the left among Democrats.
They love to -- too good to play up these issues -- the reason is is because black voters have overwhelmingly been democratic.
And and as long as there's sort of jamming up this kind of controversy and injecting race into what is just a tragic terrible situation.
At the death of a seventeen year old kid.
As long as they're injecting race into it they can be assured that they're gonna goose up the numbers of people that they come out and vote on their side.
Eric Holder had some comments about that in front of the NAACP we are going to be talking about his concerns with judge entered a -- Connell a little bit later on in our program.
Charlie -- from The Washington Times Charlie thank you.
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