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How can institutional racism be real when Obama was a two-term president?

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Answer #1 | 17/02 2017 16:48
Short answer... there is no institutional racism
Answer #2 | 17/02 2017 16:48
because there is no institutional racism in the united states, we have civil rights and equality laws. sjws like to make up things to blame for their own failures.
Answer #3 | 17/02 2017 17:35
maybe he wasn't Black enough? elitist all his life, maybe? no experience living in our inner cities?
Answer #4 | 17/02 2017 16:55
yet it was Trump who asked the black reporter if she knows the members of the black caucus simply because she is black herself.
Answer #5 | 17/02 2017 18:09
Pretty simple.
Answer #6 | 17/02 2017 16:46
Conclusion does not follow from premise. You're going to need to do better than that.

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