“I am 36 years old. I have never known a country where men and women could be bought and sold, where newspapers run ads that say NO IRISH NEED APPLY or water fountains are labeled colored,” Rep. Joe Kennedy said in a moving speech addressing Trump's woefully inadequate, harmful response to Charlottesville.
You know exactly where he's going with it — and you don't mind.
Keep reading for his wise words about not repeating history ...
Kenneth in the (212): Kenneth likes the cut of Joe Kennedy's jib — future prez? Repeating the history of “President Kennedy” wouldn't be so bad.
Rep. Joe Kennedy reminds us that we need to remember history, not repeat it pic.twitter.com/wVt6x5H4IL— NowThis (@nowthisnews) August 18, 2017
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