It’s funny that, after killing the meaning of “American,” the retards have done away with any context behind “racist.” “Your” elected cretins were at it again:
The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday night condemning President Donald Trump for his “racist comments” about four Democratic congresswomen of color.
The resolution passed largely along party lines — 235 Democrats joined by only four Republican supported the measure — following hours of back-and-forth and gamesmanship between Republicans and Democrats, which included a GOP objection to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s remarks about Trump and whether she would be allowed to keep speaking on the floor.
The four Republicans who voted for the resolution, which “strongly condemns President Donald Trump’s racist comments that have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color,” were Will Hurd of Texas, Fred Upton of Michigan, Susan Brooks of Indiana and Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania.
Brilliant! Why didn’t they ever think to call Trump (or any white man) a “racist” before now? Next, they’ll cleverly suggest he’s “worse than Hitler,” maybe literally so. Then, look for accusations that Orange Man is a Russian agent. These people are smart if nothing else.
Vox Day on the new, meaningless meanings:
Nations are not soil, they are blood and birth. Because nations are people, extended families that share genetics, language, religion, culture, and traditions.
If America is for everyone, if anyone can become American, then America does not exist. Which, of course, is the insidious objective of the entire exercise in redefining it.
Of course, the idiots in the House proved the opposite point with the chosen language of their pitiful condemnation. “New” Americans, “people of color” Americans, along with all the many hyphenated (explicitly noted or otherwise) Americans, are prima facie NOT “Americans.” This week’s TPC column will continue this pointless discussion with a few actionable recommendations that will never be acted upon.