Nearly 60 years since the March on Washington, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message echoes as powerfully as it did that day. His legacy inspires us to celebrate and keep building upon the remarkable progress our great nation has made toward becoming a more perfect union.

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MLK would be ashamed of you
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HYPOCRITE 🖕🏽🖕🏽
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Then work for voting rights, not against them.
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Read the room. It was guys like you he was protesting against.
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So you will be putting the Voting Rights up for a Vote??? Thanks 😊
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Consider that meme stolen. Yoink!
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So you're going to vote in favor of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. Right, Mitch?
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Then support the Voting Rights bill. That would build on MLK’s legacy.
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You’ve spent your entire life undoing his work.
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