Pelosi-Schumer Should Be Worried
We would be justified in reasoning that one as oleaginous as Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., would be more about oiling the constipated wheels of government than contributing to their continued blockage.
Schumer along with Nancy Pelosi, D-CA, and the ungodly hordes they lead are committed to obstructing anything President Trump proposes. They are so blinded by hatred of President Trump that they would fight a cure to cancer and diabetes if he was the person who discovered it.
Their obstruction has led to the fragmentation of the Democrat party, which in and of itself is a good thing. Their obstruction has also pulled back the curtain revealing just how anti-American Democrats are and specifically how anti-American they are towards those who are black.
Their support for illegal alien families is well documented. Their support for the cornerstone of civilization, i.e., the heterosexual family, is equally well documented by their opposition – they oppose parental notification of a child’s abortion plans; they also opposed measures making it harder for minors to cross state lines to have their babies murdered.
Yet despite the aforementioned, and much more, the mantra of Schumer et al is their concern about the “hard, hard right” of the Republican Party, people whose goal is to “turn the clock back to the 1930s or the 1890s.
Schumer’s comments are telling because today – exactly as in the 1890s – liberal anti-black Democrats still publicly humiliate upstanding black citizens. Just ask any supporter of President Trump who is black, myself not excluded. But I digress.
Worrisome to the Pelosi-Schumer so-called leadership is the fact that in the 1890s blacks were Republicans. And Democrats can under no circumstances abide that happening today.
Note the following:
The inhuman outrages perpetrated upon [Black] Americans in the South were largely committed through the Democrats’ Klu Klux Klan. It is an indisputable historical fact that the Klu Klux Klan was started by the Democrats. In fact, during congressional hearings on the subject, one prominent Democrat testified that the Klu Klux Klan “belongs to … our party – the Democrat Party.”
And the first grand wizard of the Klu Klux Klan was prominent Democrat Nathan Bedford Forest … According to African American U.S. Representative John Roy Lynch, “More colored than white men are thus persecuted simply because they constitute in larger numbers the opposition to the Democratic Party.”
U.S. Representative Richard Cain of South Carolina, a bishop in the AME denomination, agreed, declaring: “The bad blood of the South comes because the Negroes are Republicans. If they would only cease to be Republicans and vote the straight-out Democratic ticket there would be no trouble. Then the bad blood would sink entirely out of sight.”
– “Democrats and Republicans: In Their Own Words,” page 14
Ever wonder why Schumer and his fellow Democrats never once speak ill of Louis Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton or any of the clowns comprising the Congressional Black Caucus but eviscerate blacks like Justice Clarence Thomas and clergy who are black? Their fears are based upon the realization that the more blacks, Hispanics, first generation Cubans and women who benefit from President Trump’s resounding economic success, the more will be encouraged to ascend to positions of power as Republicans. I should also note that this realization is of grave concern to Karl Rove and globalist Republicans too, but for only marginally different reasons.
In 1896, the Republican platform stated:
We proclaim our unqualified condemnation of the uncivilized and preposterous practice well known as lynching, and the killing of human beings suspected or charged with crime without process of law.
– “Democrats and Republicans: In Their Own Words,” page 15
It is of note that the Democrat platform contained no such language. “High tech lynchings” as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas labelled the attacks of racist Democrats, (and I argue bigoted Republicans as well, have become standard practice by Democrats, their sycophant media groupies and genteelly Republicans alike).
Even stronger affirmation of equality regardless of skin color and the civil rights of blacks were specifically acknowledged in the Republican platforms of 1932 and 1936. Consistent to their origins, the Democrat platforms of the same years contained no mention equality regardless of skin color or civil rights.
Schumer and Pelosi’s fears of returning to the 1930s are simple to explain:
In the 1932 election Republican President Herbert Hoover received more than three-fourths of the black vote over his Democratic challenger Franklin D. Roosevelt.
– “Democrats and Republicans: In Their Own Words,” page 19
Their motivations are transparent. Democrat obstruction in the Senate is because they are only interested in an America they control – and their only hope for such control is through the votes of blacks. This is why late the Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., called judicial nominee Janice Rogers-Brown a Neanderthal. This is why liberal Democrats mock and encourage the vicious ad hominem attacks directed at blacks who support President Trump and blacks who are conservative Christians.
Their racism is transparent. They were against the late uber liberal Thurgood Marshall’s appointment to the SCOTUS. They filibustered the 1964 Civil Rights Act. They opposed the appointment of Clarence Thomas to the high court. They opposed Dr. Rice, Rod Paige, Miguel Estrada, Janice Rogers-Brown and Alberto Gonzales, and, less we forget, Democrats killed every single anti-lynching bill introduced in Congress. And those acts of disenfranchisement were before President Trump, at a time when the Republican president was an amnesty-minded, open-boarder, big spending, globalist named Bush. How much more their fear of Blacks, first generation Cubans, Hispanics and women embracing the rising economic tide of the tour de force President Donald Trump.
To be certain Pelosi-Schumer may be able to offer up flaccid excuses for their actions, especially when it comes to opposing both liberal and conservative high court nominees who happen to be black. I can even appreciate the fear of their true racist past being exposed and believed; but in the present in which we reside – besides racism, child child-sexual endangerment and baby killing – just what do these people stand for?
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here