Generalization of People is a Bigger Issue Than Racism
Racism seems to be the hot topic at the moment, but for a congressional candidate running for congress in North Carolina, he sees things differently. Peter Boykin, who is the president of “Gays For Trump” and is running for Congress, joins “After Dark With Rob And Andrew” to talk about racism and how Republicans need to do a better job with its outreach efforts.
Boykin said there are troubling issues with every group, but grouping them and saying the troubles affect the entire group isn’t the best way to solve the problem. He said there should be community leaders who can identify issues within the groups and help to resolve them.
The congressional candidate continued and said him being a gay man doesn’t make him any less effective in identifying with issues of the people he hopes to represent. He, too, is concerned about jobs, as he has been without a job. He is concerned about abortions, as he feels it should not be a form of contraception. He is also concerned with gun rights and thinks that more people should learn gun safety. Other topics the congressional hopeful discussed with “After Dark” included election integrity, Critical Race Theory, and the polarization of both parties, and their inability to work together and compromise to get things done for the American people. He said if elected, he will try to work with Democrats when needed to get things done.
Peter Boykin is a US Congressional Candidate for District 13 in North Carolina. Boykin is a political commentator, podcaster, author, and citizen journalist who resides in Alamance County, North Carolina. He is the founder and serves as president of Gays For Trump.
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