Only an idiot disagrees. America was explicitly systemically racist in the past (red lining laws, black GIs could not use federally backed loans, govt. enforced segregation). Today, the laws have been changed but one only has to look at data to see that America is still systemically racist: - Inability to get home loans (and higher cost) for black buyers. A troubling tale of a Black man trying to refinance his mortgage - Black kids disciplined more for same misconduct. Racial disparities in school-based disciplinary actions are associated with county-level rates of racial bias - Criminals who are black receive longer sentences than if they are white. https://www.ussc.gov/research/research-reports/demographic-differences-sentencing - Job applicants with "white names" get more interviews than applicants with black names. Minorities Who 'Whiten' Job Resumes Get More Interviews - There are more Fortune 500 white CEOs named Dave than black CEOs. The system is still biased. Please find that on their web site or mission statement. There are communists/socialists in the BLM movement, just like their are Nazis and white supremacists at Trump rallies. That does not make the Trump campaign a neo-Nazi movement. Both are just an example of ridiculous hyperbole that destroys political discourse in this country. Only an idiot disagrees, and that means by either side. It was reckless homocide at best. As for the minimum wage, the question is not purely economic. Our government/laws are bought by the wealthy. In the 1950's and 60's (arguably when America was MAGA?), Unions wielded greater power. That has grossly shifted and large corporations control wealth (and consequently lawmaking) in this country. It is factually undeniable that we have the greatest wealth inequality in this country since the great depression (due to bias tax laws, tax avoidance, dysfunctional government programs that keep people in poverty, and vast changes to labor due to technology that is only growing). This is a social question - saying "capitalism will solve it" puts religious faith in unfettered capitalism as governance, much like idiot communists put faith in an economic structure as governance. Neither is governance - they are economic models, both at extremes and both necessarily subjected to regulation and control by our lawmakers, judiciary, and ultimately voters, to keep power from accruing to heavily in one area.