Another US Senate hopeful in Ohio, running to unseat Sherrod Brown (D-OH), discussed awarding compensation to white Americans, yet not all white Americans, at a time when leftist governments and states are considering compensation for African-Americans.
Second Republican Nominee
The proprietor of a network of automobile dealers spanning the Midwest, Bernie Moreno, promoted the notion of paying compensation to the kin of Union troops who perished in the Civil War.
Moreno pointed out that incidents like white soldiers losing their lives liberating black slaves are unique to the United States.
Amid Ohio State Senator Matt Dolan also putting himself in the mix for the party’s nomination in the 2024 Senate campaign, Moreno becomes the second Republican to do this.
Ohio GOP Senate candidate Bernie Moreno proposes reparations for white people: "You know, they talk about reparations. Where are the reparations for the people in the North who died to save the lives of Black people?" pic.twitter.com/50wsfmWYdV
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Following having a conversation with former President Trump, who ultimately decided to support current Senator J.D. Vance (R-Ohio) in the primary, Moreno withdrew from the Senate race in 2022 after investing an enormous sum of his own funds in campaigning.
Moreno, who describes himself as an “outsider conservative,” will yet again have the ability to finance a sizable portion of his presidential candidacy on his own.
Reparations for Whites
He raised the question of whether we are on the shoulders of giants. James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, and George Washington are just a few of the people whose backs we stand on.
“The fact is these individuals took on history’s greatest empire. They said, ‘No, we won’t tolerate this.’ They won that war.”
Moreno said this to his fans this past weekend at a campaign stop in the Buckeye State.
What about the Native Americans ?
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He then went on to explain it was those same white men who went on to die while fighting to free black slaves. He said that not much is taught about this in schools these days, but it is still a fact.This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.