It’s a good question.
Republicans have been accused of racist behavior over and over again by liberal media and groups.
The most recent example comes from an ad from the Tea Party Patriots, which asks, “Which Republican is most racist?”
In this case, it’s the tea party’s own candidates, not the GOP nominee.
The ad’s creators also claimed the question was intended to “discredit” Donald Trump.
And the response was so swift, it prompted a new, more thoughtful response.
A recent survey by the left-leaning polling firm Public Policy Polling found that 45 percent of Democrats and independents believe Republicans have racist tendencies, with another 29 percent saying they “generally agree with this statement.”
This is a significant increase from 2014, when less than half of Democrats agreed with the statement.
The poll also found that 44 percent of Republicans agreed that “there is a certain amount of racism” among Republicans, and that 29 percent agreed that it was “more widespread” than “conservative.”
The most racist Republican candidate in modern times?
That would be Marco Rubio, a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate.
Rubio, who was first elected to the Senate in 2006, has said that “black lives matter” and that he opposes a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
He also said in 2015 that undocumented immigrants are “not a danger to anybody.”
But it was Rubio who sparked outrage in 2015 by suggesting that “all lives matter,” and that “everybody’s entitled to a life.”
“It’s about what kind of country we’re going to be,” Rubio told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.
“When I say ‘all lives,’ I don’t mean every single life.
I mean every human life.
It’s not just one life that you have.
And that’s what we’re all here to help create, is a better society.”
He continued: “That’s what’s so important to me.
That’s what I care about.
If you don’t care about it, then I’m not for it.”
He was joined by another possible 2016 Republican candidate, Lindsey Graham, who said in 2016, “It is wrong to say that I’m racist, and I’m certainly not for any sort of immigration policy that would give amnesty to people who are here illegally.”
He added, “There’s no such thing as a racist party.”