On Wednesday, U.N. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield declared that the original sin of slavery weaved white supremacy into out founding documents and principals.

She told Al Sharptons National Action Network (NAN):

I spoke on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. That day and commemoration was personal for me. So, I told the UN some personal stories. I told them about how my great-grandmother Mary Thomas, born in 1865, was the child of a slave. Just three generations back from me. I grew up in the segregated South. I was bussed to a segregated school. On weekends, the Klan burned crosses on lawns in our neighborhood.

I shared these stories and others to acknowledge, on the international stage, that I have personally experienced one of Americas greatest imperfections. I have seen for myself how the original sin of slavery weaved white supremacy into our founding documents and principles. But I also shared these stories to offer up an insight, a simple truth Ive learned over the years: Racism is not the problem of the person who experiences it.

Those of us who experience racism cannot, and should not, internalize it, despite the impact it can have on our everyday lives. Racism is the problem of the racist. And it is the problem of the society that produces the racist. And in todays world, that is every society.

In America, that takes many forms. Its the white supremacy that led to the senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other Black Americans. Its the spike in hate crimes over the past three years against Latino Americans, Sikh and Muslim Americans, Jewish Americans, and immigrants. And its the bullying, discrimination, brutality, and violence that Asian Americans face everyday, especially since the outbreak of COVID-19. Thats why the Biden-Harris administration has made racial equity a top priority across the entire government. And Im making it a real focus of my tenure at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.

But when I say racism is a problem in every society, that means looking beyond Americas borders too. Across four decades and four continents in the foreign service, I experienced racism in countless international contexts. From overly invasive searches at airports, to police racially profiling my son, to being made to wait behind white patrons for a table at a restaurant. Racism was and continues to be a daily challenge abroad. And for millions, its more than a challenge. Its deadly.

Some of the cases she mentioned have absolutely no evidence of racial bias whatsoever. However, since they involved people of color, it fit her narrative and therefore she ran with it.

That is the problem with Democrats in the United States. Every single thing has to do with race to them. Instead of coming together and shrinking the divide, they continue to drive the wedge and deepen the wound.

For the video of her speech, visit Breitbart News