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Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain went on FOX News last night and said that he believes the attacks his way are racist though he can’t prove it.

“I believe the answer is yes, but we do not have any evidence to support it, said Cain. But because I am unconventional candidate running an unconventional campaign and achieving some unexpected unconventional results in terms of my, the poll, we believe that, yes, there are some people who are Democrats, liberals, who do not want to see me win the nomination. And there could be some people on the right who don’t want to see me because I’m not the, quote/unquote, “establishment candidate,” concluded Cain.

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Cain also said that he believes racism is more prevalent with Democrats than Republicans.

“Relative to the left I believe race is a bigger driving factor. I don’t think it’s a driving factor on the right.  This is just based upon our speculation.”

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