If you ain’t Democrat then, you ain’t black!

The Things I Think About Podcast

I had the most intriguing conversation with Derrick Wilburn today on race and politics. It was poignant, humorous and paradigm-shifting in a number of ways. You have to tune in to get the full effect but, here are some of the talking points discussed. 

Talking points: 

  • If you ain’t Democrat then, you ain’t black
  • Eggs at Elder, racism from the left
  • Liberals belong to the “church of what I believe”
  • If aliens watched TV, they would think the USA was 80% people of color
  • I am not oppressed, contrary to what CRT says
  • A mantra all patriots should teach their children
  • The fundamental difference between left and right
  • A two-parent home is a privilege
  • Why the left won’t let racism die. (Spoiler alert: Its all about money and power)
  • If the system is racist, who runs it? 
  • What it means to be called an “Uncle Tom” and why its not a bad thing.
  • Annnd… “The 20 Negro Rule…” Wow!


Derrick is the founder and Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives and the driving force behind the POC Capitol Interns. His organization’s and personal mission are to bridge the gap that exists between conservative political causes, parties, candidates and officer-holders and ethnic-minorities in the USA. He is published nationally on and is a recurring pundit on various broadcast media outlets. Everyone knows the divide between minorities and conservatives must be healed, the question is, “how?” Through local meetings, film and radio programs, on-the-ground efforts, writing and social media his organizations are delivering the message of conservatism to ethnic-minorities and delivering the tools for effective inclusionary outreach to conservatives. An accomplished motivational speaker, Derrick delivers powerful messages to political and community action groups across the nation. Follow Derrick Wilburn online:

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