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Blacks turn on Democrats in new video

Several black Chicago activists have made a video that blasts black-on-black crime – but not the typical wallet-taking, knife-wielding kind.

They’re talking about blacks in power, particularly Democrats and President Obama, doing harm to blacks who are not.

And they got a fast endorsement from talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh.

On Tuesday’s program, he said: “These guys are in Chicago. They’re nailin’ it. They’re saying things that anybody else other than them says, and it’s a heap of big doo-doo.”

He continued: “Over the course of these 25 years, I’ve asked openly, ‘When is it gonna dawn on people that the people they’re counting on are making their lives worse? When’s it gonna dawn on them?’ It may have here in Chicago. We’ll see.”

The video by RebelPundit.com encourages people to use their vote “wisely” by considering who truly is helping the common people.

Activist Mark Carter exhorts viewers: “Everybody’s gotta vote. If you use your vote wisely, you can stop a lot of this stuff.”

The status quo – Democrats lobbying blacks for votes then not fulfilling their promises – has to stop, they say.

“Who are the real oppressors in our community? They always talk about black-on-black crime. … When you hear the word black-on-black crime, the first thing you think of is of a black man robbing you,” said Paul McKinley.

“Let’s take it one step further. There’s black-on-black crime down in city hall. There’s black-on-black crime down in all the state capitols of America, where black folks are voting against our interests,” he said.

“The only thing they’re offering the black community is abortion on demand.”

Carter continued, referring to Obama: “Now he wants to have this conversation about minimum wage, because he knows this is the way to get a lot of the poor people’s attention. To hell with his minimum wage raise … we don’t have any jobs. A minimum wage raise for what?”

McKinley pointed to impoverished Detroit, pointing out it’s “black folks running that city.”

Harold Ward said: “We don’t want no welfare. We want an opportunity to go to work.”