Time for the truth: Republican Mo Brooks tells us that the Democratic Party is undertaking a "War on Whites" but I think most people are missing the point and are foolishly seeing this as a statement made in English when it should be understood in Mo's native language: Republican.
The standard translation of Mo Brooks' "War on Whites" statement is that he sees that under Obama and the Democrats that white people are suffering and coloured people are living in a new age of power and influence in the US which not only balances out but far exceeds the hundreds of years of inequality and oppression previously experienced.
But that's because you're using the English definitions of words. Silly you.
Let's look at the Republican definitions of words.
"War on": We can pretty much ignore this term because it's been over- and mis-used to the point of becoming trite nonsense (if it was ever anything more than trite nonsense in the first place.
"Whites": This seems the easy part. Anyone "non-coloured" or with "white skin" but, no, no, no. You're forgetting that for Republicans that poor whites are really a type of coloured people, so a war on whites doesn't include the poor whites. Really, you can't count them. Except when it comes to voting. So what about middle class white people? They don't exist. They're either potential poor white people or potential rich white people. And more likely potential poor white people who think they are potential rich people. So that only leaves rich white people.
And, of course, the Republicans think the Democrats are participating in a War on Rich White People. Their Rich White donors tell them it's happening so it must be true.