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Kentucky’s Attorney General Daniel Cameron delivered an inspiring speech at the Republic National Convention last week. Cameron grew up miles from Lincoln’s birthplace and referenced Lincoln’s ideals of compassion, self-reliance, freedom, equality, and justice. He criticized mob rule and “as anarchists mindlessly tear up American cities while attacking police and innocent bystanders… . and “the politics of identity, cancellation and mob rule are not acceptable to me.” Cameron affirmed that Republicans recognize those “who work in good faith towards peace, justice, and equality,” and pushed hard against Joe Biden’s comments who once said [if you ain’t voting for me], “you ain’t black” Cameron responded “Mr. Vice-President, look at me: I am black. We are not all the same, sir. I am not in chains. My mind is my own. And you can’t tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin.” Cameron’s speech was based on American ideals and optimism for a better future, and he made Kentucky proud on the national stage.


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