I always admired Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. He was one of the few Senators with the courage to stand up against Affirmative Action racism by publically opposing it in the Senate. He endured accusations of racism because he was willing to stand up for the rights of white and Asian people to get equal access to education, business, and job opportunities. The NAACP rated him 7%, indicating his strong anti affirmative action stance. He voted YES on banning affirmative action hiring with federal funds. That’s why I donated to Mitch McConnell campaign for Senate in 2014.
Recently, Senator McConnell has soften his views on the important issue of affirmative action racism. McConnell voted to confirm Attorney General Loretta Lynch, despite her support for affirmative action racism and the potential she could use the resources of the Justice Department to protect those who discriminate against Asian Americans and whites. I don’t blame McConnell for allowing the Lynch nomination to move forward because every President deserves a clean vote on his cabinet nominations. I blame McConnell for voting in favor of Lynch and therefore endorsing her actions as Attorney General. That is why I tore up a recent request the Senator sent me for a donation.
I will not support the Senator any further unless he reinstates his former opposition to Affirmative Action Racism and cabinet appointees who use their power to support discrimination against Asian Americans and whites.