Rep. Rashida Tlaib Implies Mark Meadows Is A 'Racist,' Backtracks After Being ConfrontedChris Menahan
Feb. 28, 2019
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The cowardliness displayed Wednesday by Rashida Tlaib accusing Mark Meadows of being a "racist" only to backtrack immediately after being put on the spot is truly something to behold.
From Zero Hedge:
Michigan Rep. Rashida "Impeach the Motherf**ker" Tlaib caused quite a stir when she implied that Freedom Caucus leader Mark Meadows was guilty of racism for "parading" a black Trump administration employee in front of the committee as a "prop".Note: describing Lynne Patton, a Trump aide and official at HUD who wanted to speak in support of Trump as a "prop" because she's black is A-OK and totally not "racist."
Meadows was understandably less than pleased with his colleagues' assertion, and tried to interrupt her to ask that Chairman Elijah Cummings strip the remarks from the record and chide Tlaib for violating House etiquette. Instead, he attempted to play the mediator, calmly allowing Tlaib to explain how she didn't intend to offend Meadows (of course, she was simply speaking her truth as a person of color).This is the future of the Democratic Party. You can guarantee Cummings is going to get nothing but s**t for daring to speak (timidly) in Meadow's defense and pulling the rug out from under her.
In fact, I just searched Twitter and this tweet from Rolling Stone writer Jamil Smith was the first result:
And here's two of the top responses:
This is the new standard for "racism" as it is currently being used by the left: if you're white, having black friends and saying you have black friends is "racist," having non-white family members and saying you have non-white family members is "racist" and bringing a black woman to a congressional hearing to speak on the topic of racism is "racist."
In short, because you're white you're inherently racist -- and saying that is not racist because you can't be racist to white people!
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