Eugenics researcher Harry Laughlin is invited to an award ceremony at Heidelberg University in Germany (scheduled on the anniversary of Hitler’s 1934 purge of Jews from the Heidelberg faculty), to receive an honorary doctorate for his work on the “science of racial cleansing.”
President Richard M. Nixon is taped saying, “We’re going to [put] more of these little Negro bastards on the welfare rolls at $2,400 a family” and “I have the greatest affection for them [Negroes] but I know they’re not going to make it for 500 years. They aren’t. You know it, too. The Mexicans are a different cup of tea. They have a heritage. At the present time they steal, they’re dishonest, but they do have some concept of family life. They don’t live like a bunch of dogs, which the Negroes do live like.”
President Bill Clinton signs the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act, also known as “welfare reform,” which some critics considered to be motivated by racism and motivated using stereotypes of lazy, overweight, slovenly, sexually indulgent African-American welfare recipients.
Real estate developer, reality TV producer/star, and future president of the United States tells CNN: “Well I think I was born with the drive for success because I have a certain gene…. I’m a gene believer… hey when you connect two race horses you get usually end up with a fast horse…I had a good gene pool.”