‘This Is Not Going To Be The Country Of White People’ Democrat Politician States
The Democratic Party has a growing problem on their hands, that problem is certainly anti-Semitism rising among their elected politicians and voter base. Now bigotry towards all white people has shown its ugly head once again.
Democrat congressperson Ilhan Omar spoke at a rally Tuesday on the front lawn of the U.S Capitol. She and others, including Michigan congresswomen Rashida Tlaib criticized President Donald Trump’s condemnation of Omar’s 9/11 trivialization, when she stated:
CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties.
Does anyone really believe that the majority of the wicked “white people” who live in America today believe it is the country of “white people”? If that was true how did Barrack Hussein Obama get elected in this country of “white people”? Can any of the people who believe that “white people” believe this is their country explain how people of color get elected in districts, states and the country of “white people”. This country is entering a very dangerous territory with this type of bigotry and yes hate speech. I am not saying she and the others do not have the right to say what they want but this type of speech is truly meant to divide us in this country.
At that rally congresswomen Omar stated:
The thing that upsets the occupant of the White House, his goons in the Republican Party, many of our colleagues in the Democratic Party, is that they can’t stand that a refugee, a black woman, an immigrant, a Muslim, shows up in Congress thinking shes equal to them
She went on to say:
This is not going to be the country of the xenophobics; this is not going to be the country of white people. This is not going to be the country of the few, this is the country of the many.
When are the elected Democratic politicians and their voter base going to say enough is enough and stop this cancer that is metastasizing through our body politic and society?
Color is just a pigmentation and it does not define who we are or what we should stand for. We should all stand together and fight this kind of bigotry. Just because someone of a different color does not agree with you does not mean they are a racist or bigot. Those who attempt to point that out are in fact acting as though they are a racist or bigot and do not believe in their opinions or policies enough to defend them on their own merits.