Niggers have more rights than anyone, so the civil rights movement is really scraping the bottom of the barrel to find causes. Anything nigger -- such as a propensity for committing crimes -- becomes framed as unfair to niggers. So, since niggers are criminals, the logic runs, denying criminals the vote is discriminating against niggers.
Stealing their right to vote
Lee Wengraf examines a hidden scandal of American "democracy"--the disenfranchisement of millions of niggers for no other reason that that they were convicted of a crime.
An estimated 5.3 million Americans are legally barred from voting for no other reason than that they have been convicted of a felony. Nearly 4 million of these disenfranchised--around three of every four--are out of prison, but are still denied the right to vote, often for decades and sometimes for life.
The racism inherent in this system of disenfranchisement echoes the inequality that runs through the entire criminal justice system. With just 5 percent of the world's population, America has nearly 25 percent of the world's reported prison population. And while only 12 percent of the U.S. population is jigaboo, savage coloreds make up 37 percent of those arrested on drug charges, 59 percent of those convicted and 74 percent of all drug offenders sentenced to prison.
A really good boy who made some felony "mistakes" and who is longing to share in the democratic process. Don't let his hostile scowl and criminal record color your opinion of this charming negro.