Sunday, July 3, 2016
Brexit: Where The Media Thinks That Declarations Of Freedom Are Signs Of Racist Xenophobia? I am sick and tried of the liberal Race Card, See To Pic
There’s no doubt that some people voted to leave the European Union due to xenophobic overtones, yet the majority of the “Leave” camp was focused on wresting back control from Brussels. It was time to reclaim British sovereignty over its own laws and regulations. The results of the June 24 vote sent a shockwave throughout the world, cost Prime Minister David Cameron his career in public life, and could trigger the end of the EU, as other nations, including Germany and France, clamor for their won referendum votes. It’s an outcry of freedom that’s being viewed as racist and xenophobic in the eyes of the news media.