"Millions in this country feel like strangers in this land. You recognize that don't you? An old America is passing away; a new America rising to take its place. We recoil from that culture. It's foreign to us. It's offensive to us," McDaniel said; his cadence wouldn't have been out of place on stage at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.And in case that was too subtle for you, here's McDaniel earlier this year being a little more blunt about what's on his mind:
In a promotional segment for his Christian conservative radio program, Right Side Radio, Mississippi Republican Senate candidate Chris McDaniel blamed rising gun violence on a "hip-hop" culture that "values rap and destruction of community values more than it does poetry." [...]Next thing you know, we'll be hearing about how McDaniel wants American culture to return to the peaceful ways of his forefathers, circa 1964.
"The reason Canada is breaking out with brand new gun violence has nothing to do with the United States and guns," McDaniel said in this promotional sampler for his syndicated radio show. "It has everything to do with a culture that is morally bankrupt. What kind of culture is that? It's called hip-hop."