It might not be fair to criticize Kaliphate Keith Ellison (D-MN) for derogatory comments he made against President Trump and we know how much fairness and equality supposedly mean to the party of the double standard standard-bearer, Hillary Clinton. Communism is all about equality for the masses and special privileges for the masters.
Rep Ellison, not known for either his intellect or his eloquence, was speaking at the Netroots Nation conference on Friday. The deputy chairman of the Democrat National Committee followed the lead of Maxine Waters and other anti-American Democrats in bemoaning what he described as President Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea.
In adlibbing a response to a question from an attendee, Ellison said, “North Korea is a serious thing. You have this guy [President Trump] making bellicose threats against somebody else who has very little to lose over there. Kim Jong-un, the world always thought he was not a responsible leader, well he’s acting more responsible than this guy [President Trump] is.”
He continued, “And what I’m telling you is once you start seeing missile launches, you’re going to see—the time for cranking up the anti-war machine is right now. So if you don’t want to get caught, deer-in-the-headlights, start calling for diplomacy in North Korea immediately.”
The entire paragraph was disjointed and his point barely extricable. Just what it is we’re going to see once we start seeing missile launches was left up to the imaginations of those in attendance. Ellison then made the predictable calls for appeasement, to just live with a nuclear North Korea for as long as he chooses to allow it and the global proliferation of nukes that will surely follow.
His comment about being caught “deer-in-the-headlights” is an apparent reference to his personal struggles, as anyone who has watched him in action before has seen him experience. As for his calls for diplomacy, it would be worth asking how Ellison would categorize the “strategic patience” fiasco that was started under Bill Clinton and continued through Hussein Obama, their excuse for doing nothing that has led us to this point.
How would he characterize the actions of Secretary of State Tillerson and General Mattis if not diplomacy? Regarding his offensive remarks about President Trump, who does he think he is referring to our duly-elected President at “this guy?” Moreover, how can he describe Kim Jong-un, who is threatening an unprovoked first strike against the United States, as behaving more responsibly than our President who is dealing with a situation the Democrats have dumped into his lap?
After leaving the event, Kaliphate Keith backed off on his comments demeaning President Trump in a conversation with a Washington Post reporter. Ellison said, “That was one of those I wish I’d not said. It’s tailor-made for somebody to misuse.” Nobody has to misuse, misquote or take it out of context. The arrogant radical used derogatory language against President Trump, plain and simple.
Ellison continued, “I’d say, he’s being incredibly irresponsible, and he’s putting us in a situation where you could have an accidental launch. I mean, his rhetoric might make Kim Jong -un think that he needs to strike first. What we need is someone bringing calm to the situation, not spiking it.”
Ellison made his comments because he wanted to fire the crowd up against President Trump, knowing full well what he was doing. He’s a political “professional,” number two man at the DNC and you don’t normally get that position by being a dummy. Ellison may be an exception to that very loose rule. So is the current chairman, Tom Perez. So was the previous chairman, Wasserman Shultz, and her deputy Donna Brazile.
Scratch that previous observation; it appears being a dishonest POS and a dummy are requirements for the position.
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