Republicans run from all racial issues, never mentioned affirmative action, never called for reduced legal immigration and never appealed to white voters in any way shape or form.
When Obama took sides (his side) in the Trayvon Martin and Skip Gates cases the GOP stayed completely silent.
The only time the GOP mentioned race in the primaries was when Ron Paul said the justice system is "racist" against blacks in terms of the war on drugs and the death penalty. Not one Republican corrected him.
The GOP does nothing for white people and always panders to non-whites
Indeed, the Republican party gets called “racist” even though they have pretty much adopted 100% all of the politically correct positions on race. The Republicans say “vote for us because we will make abortion illegal and we will make sure that the Democrats don’t raise taxes on rich people.” They don’t say “vote for us because we will stop the immigration that’s taking away your jobs, we will stop the affirmative action that’s taking away slots in colleges and career tracks that should go to people who’ve earned them based merit rather than the color of their skin.”
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In the first comment responding, Jay writes:
There is a fact, like it or not, that open, aggressive "appeals to white voters" of the sort many in the alt-right scene are always demanding, are actually an incredible turn-off to white voters. Maybe it's because they've been programmed to be self-loathing race traitors or whatever, but it's a reality.
Actually, Jay, I do NOT think this is a reality. Polling shows that a very strong majority are against immigration and against affirmative action. Republicans are afraid to speak to these issues because they are cowed by the liberal-controlled media, or maybe just because they’ve internalized the politically correct views not held by the majority of voters.