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Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Democrats do their best to revise history to make Wilson look like a good President.

President Woodrow Wilson had the distinction of showing the first motion picture at the White House, when he had D. W. Griffith's KKK film The Birth of a Nation screened there.
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In an encounter with newspaper editor Monroe Trotter, President Woodrow Wilson claimed segregation was a good thing and that African Americans could be brainwashed into agreeing.
“Segregation is not humiliating, but a benefit, and ought to be so regarded by you gentlemen. If your organization goes out and tells the colored people of the country that it is a humiliation, they will so regard it, but if you do not tell them so, and regard it rather as a benefit, they will regard it the same.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1914

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about the KKK.
“Those who loved mastery and adventure directed the work of the Ku Klux.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans.
“They had not foreseen that to give the suffrage to the negroes and without it from the more capable white men would bestow political power, not upon the negroes, but up white adventurers, as much the enemies of the one race as the other.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans.
“It was a menace to society itself that the negroes should thus of a sudden be set free and left without tutelage or restraint.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans and the KKK.
“It threw the negroes into a very ecstasy of panic to see these sheeted 'Ku Klux' move near them in the shrouded night; and their comic fear stimulated the lads who excited it to many an extravagant prank and mummery.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans and the KKK.
“The negroes were generally easy enough to deal with: a thorough fright usually disposed them to make utter submission, resign their parts in affairs, leave the country, -do anything their ghostly visitors demanded.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans and the KKK, eventually being quoted in the infamous movie, The Birth of a Nation.
“The white men of the South were aroused by the mere instinct of self-preservation to rid themselves, by fair means or foul, of the intolerable burden of governments sustained by the votes of ignorant negroes and conducted in the interest of adventurers.”
Woodrow Wilson, 1901

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