The conservative Republican writes about the "Trump The Race Card" workshop at the Conservative Political Action Conference: "DISGUSTING! According to this devil, Frederick Douglas shouldn't have written a letter forgiving his slave master because he was given shelter and food! I won't be surprised if the White Students Union gets a CPAKKK panel next year."
In response to one of his Facebook commenters, he continues his commentary about the CPAC workshop: "Fair point [that the white supremacist group in attendance was a small group], and it would be unfair to suggest that all the attendees share these nutty views, but the organization is doing a horrible job of controlling who its donors and supporters are. And I also fault the conservative movement for allowing this person to feel comfortable enough to attend the event and voice his views. If this were an isolated incident, I would be likely to let it pass. However, last year they invited VDARE members — VDARE is a racist and anti-Semitic organization — to speak on a panel about immigration. Also, they are in cahoots with other white supremacist organizations."
Mr. Okeem offers a challenge to some folks who falsely argue that black-oriented groups like the United Negro College Fund, the Congressional Black Caucus, and the NAACP are similar: "Can you name me three groups devoted to white issues that don't involve trashing the African continent, suggesting Negroes are inferior to other races, calling for white nationalism, segregation, a return to slavery, or anything as heinous? (You can't because they don't exist.). It's pretty much a rule that groups dedicated to white issues are dedicated to the oppression and subjugation of other races."