Pelosi’s Blacks Are Psychological Pets
Skin-color is the viscous substance that lubricates the democrat “anti-all-things civil and truthful flim-flam machine.” Black democrat politicians are emblematic of the lowest form of self-loathing and inferiority. It astounds me that they can be so pitifully blind to their plight.
Persons of dignity have long realized that human beings are not instruments used to sanitize that area of the body from which the residual by-product of ingested sustenance is evacuated. Suffice it to say that dignity is an oxymoron when used in the same sentence as democrat, because they fully believe blacks are nothing more than bipedal anthropomorphic sheets of bathroom tissue and only useful for the same purpose.
I cannot imagine what it must feel like as members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and thus under the thumb of Nancy Pelosi; but I’m getting ahead of myself.
I repeat what have argued many times: Whenever democrats and their neo-Leninist minions include blacks in the calculus of forecasting doom, it’s because their argument is weak to the point of being all but indefensible. Which brings me to where we are today.
Joy Reid epitomizes my assessment as she passively wags her tail, which is no easy feat considering the size of the studio and the size of the Dodge Ram she has affixed to her lower back, as Pelosi asserted that only blacks are in jail.
Specifically, Pelosi was making the point that democrat leadership was going to be discussing with the CBC the releasing of those in prison because of the threat of Covid19. I’m stunned that both Reid and the CBC failed to grasp that Pelosi had reduced blacks to the lowest common denominator.
Thanks to the so-called Doctor, Anthony Fauci; President Trump has been given bad advice regarding the true extent of the Covid19 flu virus. Because of this the door is opened for democrats to extort massive amounts of money vis-a`-vis loading the stimulus bills with pork spending. But, in order for complaints per the need for such spending to be squashed before they raise to the level of close scrutiny, Pelosi employs the “colored people are too dumb to breathe card.”
Pelosi claims she is being obedient to scripture by utilizing the same line(s) that Obama, her other pet Ubangi, used. She misapplied the scripture Matthew 25:36, per naked, hungry and in prison. I’m only marginally joking when I say, considering Obama is “BFF” with former democrat gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum of Florida who has most recently been in the news for his hotel exploits with crystal methamphetamine, alcohol, and homosexual escort/pornography actor from a service called rentmen(DOT)com, it’s safe to allow Obama had something else in mind when he was referencing visiting men in prison. But then who knows for sure which way the wind blows for Pelosi, but I digress.
The point I’m making is that Reid and the CBC ignored Pelosi’s bigoted elitist assertion that only blacks are in prison. Pelosi is using her “Nigras” to steal money from the taxpayers in the form of pork-stuffed stimulus bills, the money from which will go to leftist front groups and back to the democrat party in the form of donations.
Black democrat politicians are a disgraceful lot. They serve as little more than props and lubricants to keep the democrat extortion and flim-flam machine running smoothly. It is also worth noting that when Obama was in office CBC members were livid that they were forced to shut their mouths and sit on the sidelines as they watched him give hundreds of millions to Planned Parenthood and other groups with nothing being handed out from him to them. This gives credence to a colleague’s opinion that Obama was only token figure with a “white democrat puppet-master off-stage and out of public view pulling the strings.
The point is why should democrats change if there is no need to? Why should they change when the stunads in the CBC are ignorant to the history of the democrat party? Following are unimpeachable facts that blacks who should know the truth are clueless to.
It’s not just the ignorant members of the CBC but it’s blacks like Bernice King, Sharpton, Don Lemon et al are famously ignorant of as well. The following should be a wake-up call to blacks in the democrat party. Have they forgotten this was taking place at the time their parents were young adults. But for many in the CBC the following was taking place when they were children growing up.
I have often written and spoken on the following. How can black democrats ignore the following facts and attack President Trump as being racist.
In 1954, the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education finally struck down state segregation laws in education, thus reinstating what Republicans had done nearly seventy-five years earlier in the 1875 civil rights bill. The southern Democratic response to the Court decision ending segregated education was two-fold: a response of words, and a response of actions.
In the category of words, 100 Democrats in Congress – 19 U. S. Senators and 81 U. S. Representatives – passed the “Southern Manifesto” denouncing the Court’s decision. Those 100 Democrats declared that desegregation was “certain to destroy the system of public education” and that there would be what they called an “explosive and dangerous condition created by this decision.”
At the state level Democratic Governor Herman Talmadge of Georgia issued a written attack on the Court decision and promised that there “will never be mixed schools while I am Governor.” Mississippi Democratic Governor James Coleman, when asked in an interview on “Meet the Press” whether the public schools of Mississippi would ever be integrated, succinctly replied, “I would say that a baby born in Mississippi today will never live long enough to see an integrated school.” This was typical of what many southern Democrats did in the category of words.
But the Democratic response went beyond words and also included actions. Following the1954 school desegregation decision, southern Democratic Governors went to extreme lengths to keep the Court decision from going into effect. For example, in 1956, Democratic Governor Allan Shivers of Texas deployed the Texas Rangers to keep blacks from entering public schools in Mans- field. The following year, 1957, Democratic Governor Orval Faubus of Arkansas called out the National Guard to keep black students from entering Central High School in Little Rock. However, Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower intervened and federalized the Arkansas National Guard to take it away from Governor Faubus. He then replaced the Arkansas Guard with 1,200 troops from the elite 101st Airborne Division, ordering them to protect the nine black students who had chosen to go to Central High. Democrats in the U. S. Senate strongly protested against Eisenhower’s actions to protect these black students. For example, Georgia Democratic Senator Richard Russell specifically complained about using “the whole might of the federal government, including the armed forces . . . to force a commingling of white and Negro children in the state- supported schools of the state.”
Georgia Democratic Governor Marvin Griffin also attacked Eisenhower’s actions but praised Arkansas Governor Faubus for his attempt to prevent blacks from entering Central High School. Governor Griffin promised that as long as he held office, he would “maintain segregation in the schools; and the races will not be mixed, come hell or high water.” To prepare for the possibility that Eisenhower might do in Georgia what he had done in Arkansas, legislation was introduced in the Democratically-controlled Georgia legislature so that if desegregation was attempted, the public schools of the state would be dissolved and replaced with state-run private schools so that blacks could be excluded. These type of schools became known as “segregation academies.”
Meanwhile, in Arkansas, Democratic Governor Faubus, unable to prevent black students from attending school because of the federal pro- tection they received, simply shut down the schools for the next year to prevent further attendance. And Virginia Democratic Governor James Almond – like other southern DemocraticGovernors – also shut down public schools in his state rather than permit black students to attend. In 1960 in Louisiana, where Democratic Governor Jimmie Davis supported segregation, it required four federal marshals to accompany little Ruby Bridges so she could attend a public elementary school in New Orleans. When Ruby entered that school, every other parent in that school pulled their children out of the school, and for the entire year, little Ruby was the only student in that school building – just Ruby and her schoolteacher from Boston.
Some Democratic southern Governors, however, did work for integration – including Tennessee Governor Frank Clement, Florida Governor LeRoy Collins, and Kentucky Governor Happy Chandler – but these tended to be the exceptions among southern Democratic Governors rather than the rule, and their admirable behavior was clearly overshadowed by the negative behavior of the others. (Democrats and Republicans In Their Own Words; Pg 24-26)
I truly pity black democrats, because for all of their bluff, bluster, bullying, and wolf-tickets, at the end of the day they are a trope of the unrewarded and unwelcome. They are allowed to dress up like minstrels and exhibit crude boorish behavior, and whenever democrats have a weak hand they wheel out their “Darkies.”
Black democrats are their own worst enemies, but they are to blinded by self-loathing and inferiority to acknowledge same. Instead of striving for propriety they are encouraged by their black handlers to strive for commonality.
Neo-Leninists hate that I speak the factual truth in such unflattering ways, but they are unrepentant for destroying the families and emotional psyche of nearly an entire demographic of people with their lies. The emotional, behavioral, and familial damage Fabian Democratic Socialists and neo-Leninists have done to blacks as a near whole while blinding them to factual truth cannot be overstated.
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