Once again, NCGOP executive director has opened his mouth in public. And, once again, grassroots Republicans are experiencing a face-palm, WTF moment. North Carolina Democrats took to Twitter to celebrate the Voting Rights Act, and Dallas had to get involved:
In a response to a tweet from the State Democratic Party celebrating progress made since the passage of the Voting Rights Act (Aug. 6, 1965), Woodhouse tweeted “After they murdered blacks in Wilmington @NCDemParty, passed what they called the White Declaration of Independence.”
Asked why by ABC11 on Monday, Woodhouse said he’s “tired of being lectured to by people with a murderous, violent history.”
Woodhouse referenced the Wilmington Race Riot of 1898, in which a group of white elites in the Democratic Party organized the overthrow of the local government in Wilmington in the name of white supremacy.
“It is what it is,” Woodhouse said, unapologetic. “There was a commission on it a few years ago. People don’t want to admit it. They don’t want to hear about it. But it’s true.” […]