This article was posted: Monday, June 20, 2019 09:02:51 EST (GMT)The next president of the United States of America will be white.
And that white president will be the first black president.
This is the truth.
And it will happen soon.
In fact, this is exactly what will happen when President Donald Trump is inaugurated on January 20, 2020.
White people are already beginning to believe that they are going to become the new majority.
The reason for this is because they have been told so many times that the United State is a nation of white people and the country is going to be a white majority.
And this is what has been happening.
The United States has a history of being dominated by white people.
As early as the 1830s, slavery was the dominant form of slavery in the United Kingdom.
In 1838, the United Nations declared that “no person shall be denied the equal protection of the law.”
This is a quote from the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which is now used as the foundational text for the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.
The UN’s Universal Charter, signed by the United states in 1948, made it clear that there were many human rights that white people have enjoyed and many rights that people of color do not have.
For example, the U.S. government recognized that African Americans are human beings and that they have rights and freedoms as humans.
In the same year, the British government declared that it was “the intention of the British Parliament to make the African race an integral part of the national character.”
In other words, the state recognized that it is white people who are the dominant race in the U and its history has been filled with laws that deny rights to people of different races.
It is the same story today with the U’S.
Supreme Court’s decision in Shelby County v.
Holder that upheld the use of race in voting in Shelby and other cases.
The Supreme Court declared in Shelby that the Constitution guarantees people of all races the right to vote and that the government can’t exclude people of a certain race from the franchise.
In response to this decision, states began passing laws to disenfranchise people of certain races.
For instance, in 2016, Wisconsin passed a law that eliminated voting rights for anyone under the age of 21 and banned people of African descent from voting.
In Texas, a voter ID law that passed in 2016 was enacted that requires voters to show photo ID at the polls to vote.
The Texas law also prohibited people who did not have a driver’s license from voting in the state.
In New York, a law passed in 2017 made it illegal to own a firearm.
In North Carolina, a bill was passed that made it easier to prosecute someone who illegally uses a gun.
In Texas, two more bills were passed in 2019 that would make it easier for police to search people without probable cause and for police officers to search houses without a warrant.
These bills were opposed by civil rights leaders.
And they were supported by many black lawmakers.
In 2016, North Carolina passed a bill that would have allowed police to use body cameras as evidence in a domestic violence case.
This law was supported by the National Rifle Association and many gun rights groups.
This was one of the first bills in the country to make use of body cameras in police departments.
The bill was vetoed by then-Gov.
North Carolina also passed a “right to be forgotten” law that made people of colour who had been incarcerated for nonviolent offenses ineligible for a driver license renewal or state driver’s licenses.
In 2016, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers called this bill “one of the most egregious violations of the right of a person of color to have his or her civil rights protected by the U .
In Texas in 2019, the Texas House of Representatives passed a piece of legislation that would bar the Department of Education from requiring students to take the state test that is required by federal law.
The House passed a measure that would require teachers to disclose the source of funding that is used to support the test, even if that is a state agency.
The state Senate passed a similar measure that was vetoed in May by then Governor Greg Abbott.
The Texas bill was also supported by Republican-dominated state legislatures across the country.
In Florida, for example, a proposal was introduced to require teachers in private schools to disclose whether they receive funding from the state government.
The measure was defeated in the Senate in February 2019 and was then vetoed by Governor Rick Scott.
In North Carolina in 2018, Republican lawmakers passed a resolution that would eliminate funding to the Human Rights Campaign and the American Civil Liberties Union, as well as to any organizations that were critical of the Confederate flag.
This resolution was supported in large part by the conservative Republican-controlled legislature.
The legislature also passed legislation that barred public universities and colleges from using the name “N.C. State University” in any public documents, such