Jones: Tubman Replacing Jackson on $20 Bill is Evidence of War on White Men

Alex Jones (Brent Humphreys/Esquire)
Alex Jones (Brent Humphreys/Esquire)
By Alan Gordon

Alex Jones has added his voice to the chorus of conservatives who are upset about abolitionist Harriet Tubman replacing President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.

“It’s part of the war against white men,” said Jones on his radio show. “White men are the most discriminated group in this country. We are systematically being removed for positions of authority and prominence.”

The right has been talking about a so-called war on white men for a long time, even though 80 percent of the people in Congress are white men and 91 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are white males. Also, Barack Obama is the first non-white male president in history.

Kennedy, a former MTV jock turned FOX News commentator, has accused Hillary Clinton of playing the “woman card.”

“She’s waging a war on men,” said Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery, according to Talking Points Memo. “While she’s trying to gather the women’s vote, there’s a bunch of dudes sitting around going ‘Hey wait a second, I’m just trying to get a job, pay my mortgage and support my family. She’s completely against me and my kind.’”

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