Jackson Lee and her similarly motivated CBC colleague went on CNN to attack Kelly and Trump, demanding they apologize to ridiculous clown and opportunist Wilson…
Members of the Congressional Clown Caucus, also known as the Congressional Black Supremacy Caucus, the Congressional Black Caucus and other less flattering names, made an appearance on CNN to perform their customary function, that of disparaging President Trump and seeking elevated stature for folks who look like them.
Alisyn Camerota introduces her guests she invited on to attack the President and General Kelly, saying, “The women of the Congressional Black Caucus are calling on President Trump’s chief of staff to apologize to Congresswoman Frederica Wilson for making false claims.”
Camerota says, “General John Kelly recounted a story from 2015 claiming that Wilson patted herself on the back for the funding of an FBI building.”
Camerota then plays some tape excerpts of Kelly and Wilson the Clown in her red cowboy hat, bragging that the naming of the building had been approved through her efforts. Okay, maybe she was patting herself on the back for naming the building, rather than its construction, the behavior is the same.
One black privilege and preference agitator, Rep Alma Adams, wants General Kelly to apologize in order to, by extension, demean President Trump. She says, “First of all he was in error, he did not tell the truth, he knows now that he did not tell the troof [sic] even if he thought he had told it, so he owes her an apology.” She blabs about how “great” Wilson is and adds “for him to try to demean her character and her integrity in this way is absolutely unacceptable.”
Of course it’s fine for her fellow Black Caucus members, such as Maxine Waters and Al Green and others to, on a daily basis, demean President Trump and call for his impeachment. But he’s only the white President; he deserves those attacks.
Rep Sheila Jackson Lee builds on that what Adams said, stating that she believes “there’s room apologies from all in the administration. From Communications Director Sanders, from General Kelly who is a friend, who I know, particularly when he led the Southern Command and from the President of the United States.”
First it’s doubtful that Kelly is so desperate for friendship that he would include Lee, the race-baiter, in any of his circles and secondly, what they’re doing is clearly more of the same, their constant carping about being put upon by the mean white people, whom they derisively label as racists and white supremacists.
She also makes a point of saying that Rep Wilson heard the conversation while not listening in to the conversation and stands beating her tough girl chest that “as an African-American woman,” she’s not going to stand for the “insults” against Wilson, period.” It’s always about race with these people.
The only ones trying to parlay their skin color into an advantage, political or otherwise, are those who are like these two clowns and Luis Gutierrez. They’re the real supremacists, as their membership and the existence of the Congressional Black Caucus and Congressional Hispanic Caucus, race-based and promoting organizations demonstrates.
It’s time to stop rewarding this bad behavior. Let them complain until they get blisters on their tongues without giving in an inch. These hate-filled manipulators are not going to stop either way, in fact, they’re only encouraged by submissive behavior and the associated rewards.
General Kelly and President Trump have nothing to apologize for.
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