In an announcement, the ACLU called the Biden regime to task concerning its pre-Nov. 3 commitment to advancing anti-white causes. Now that China Joe and Cackling Kamala are "in charge," the ACLU wants them to put their money where their mouth is.
"President [sic] Biden and Vice President [sic] Kamala Harris made a lot of promises and commitments around racial justice, challenging systemic racial inequality," the 101-year-old organization declared.
"And now it's time for the ACLU to be a part of the effort to hold them accountable for those promises."
As part of a campaign called "Systemic Equality," the ACLU is pushing the Biden regime to help "dismantle a system deeply rooted in racist policies, practices, and attitudes that harm Black and Indigenous people of color."
The campaign will continually urge Beijing Biden and the Democrat-controlled Congress to advance various initiatives that help give "people of color" (PoC) the upper hand in American society.
A few examples include protections for voting rights (which already exist in the Constitution), student loan debt forgiveness, and laws provisioning reparations for people with dark skin tones.
"The organization will also promote fair housing, expanded high-speed internet access and banking services at the post office," writes Justine Coleman for The Hill.
Over the next two years, the ACLU plans to commit $10 million to its southern affiliates, which are located in areas of the country where high numbers of black people live.
The ACLU's southern affiliates currently employ about 165 full-time staff and have a collective budget of around $26.9 million.
"We are committed to using our nationwide network of litigators, advocates, and supporters, the strongest ACLU we have ever known, to dismantle white supremacy," announced ACLU executive director Anthony Romero, an anti-white racist.
"Whether it is voter suppression, inequitable broadband access, or the racial wealth gap, we are clear that 'we the people' must truly include all of us."
Romero claims that the ACLU is "not alone" in hating white people. He is calling on all anti-white allies to help him and his organization foment a "reckoning" against white people, as well as "a third and final Reconstruction."
In a letter to Biden, Romero cited the 2017 false flag incident that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., as "proof" that "white supremacy" needs to be abolished, and soon.
"We are laser-focused on what Charlottesville and the Capitol attack had in common: white supremacy," Romero wrote, failing to cite any of the black supremacy displays that occurred post-George Floyd.
"We believe that, more than any other single force, racial hierarchy and racial caste are woven into the very fabric of our society," Romero added. "By failing to reckon with the horrific legacy of slavery, America created systems predicated on white supremacy, systems that routinely and intentionally harm and kill citizens of color, especially those of African and Native descent."
According to The National Pulse, this drastic shift in rhetoric at the ACLU is to be expected, seeing as how the organization used free speech advocacy as a mere vehicle to shift America into an anti-white paradigm of discriminatory socialism. Now that this has been accomplished, there is no further need to support free speech.
"In other words, speech was only a cudgel for them against anti-socialism ... The ACLU sued the Trump administration 413 times," the Pulse reports.
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