Rep. Wil Hurd [R-Texas] writes on Sunday from USA Today that some people linked to the Republican Party recently "made racist comments that give legitimacy to hateful ideologies."
The Republicans, I think it's a pity that still some Americans are in the belief that PP approves racism. Our party is based on the beliefs of President Abraham Lincoln, who has taken a significant step to put us on a long a path to equality, "Hurt wrote in a publication published before Martin Luther King's Day.
" Unfortunately, some people connected with our party have made racist comments that give legitimacy to hateful ideologies, "Harden added. ed comes after rep. Steve King Steve (Steve King) Arnold Kingstow King raising funds from controversy over comments for white domination Steve King's first contender raises more than 0,000 in the first 10 days of the campaign The Trumpet that plays for white superiority and racism MORE (R- Iowa) earlier this month questioned why the terms "white superiority" and "white nationalists" are insulting.  1969002 On Sunday, Hurd referred to Martin Luther King Jr., saying, "He reminded us that" we will finally remember not the words of our enemy ve, but the silence of our friends. "Indeed, our deep conviction of giving every chance to the American dream will be mutilated by the strong and unconscious beliefs of some. When people begin to believe that the average Republican holds these beliefs, then every Republican suffers from an association, "Hurd added.