Democrats, Never Having to Say You’re Sorry


Japanese Internment Camp, WWII

A Look Back at Japanese Internment

How artists including Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, and Isamu Noguchi reacted to FDR’s incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. This is behind the WSJ paywall and may not be available unless you subscribe.

Let the photo serve as a reminder that only one major party has made it a habit to demonize a specific race then set about enacting laws to strip citizens of civil rights, property rights, and disenfranchise those people.

It started with the Jim Crow laws enacted after the civil war and was carried out with even more vigor during WWII when FDR physically uprooted Japanese people and communities and place them in internment camps.

Democrats practicing fascism even when it was unpopular.