Yesterday, Teddy Stick reported that Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) accused people of color who wanted to have a prayer gathering of being racist. She really stood there and called minorities a bunch of bigots and white pride supporters, in essence.
Now the American Mirror is reporting that Maxine Waters (D-CA) is just as unhinged as she “launched into Trump, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, and HUD Secretary Ben Carson.” She got so fired up that she even called Ben Carson, a black man, a “white nationalist.”
After speaking about “uncertainty,” before repeating herself in the clumsiest sentence since Pelosi last spoke. Waters said, “Mr. Mnuchin, who is the Treasury Secretary, who is responsible for over 36,000 foreclosures in this area, is now the Secretary of the Treasury.”
Ok, so he is definitely the Secretary of the Treasury.
She then proceeded to get her days confused as to when she spoke to the people who she was struggling to remember talking about, it seems.
She finally managed to spit out, “While the president was defending the white-wing (sic) nationalists and the KKK and all of those alt-right groups that were basically out there in Virginia literally beating and marching and ranting about Jews and black people, etc., etc.”
As the audience was worked into a frenzy of liberalism, Waters then said, “But, this is what this Cabinet looks like, where we talking about Mnuchin or Ben Carson.”
This California Democrat, like most of her party, threatened to use her committee status to harm rather than work with Ben Carson. While speaking about him, she said, “He’s got to come before my committee. If you think ‘reclaiming my time’ that I did with Mnuchin, you wait till Ben Carson comes.”
Many people will recall the book 1984 (or the movies adapted from it) and how language was changed in order to fit an agenda rather than a definition. This is happening today as warned in that novel.
When a black man can be called a white supremacist, it is clear that words no longer have meanings.
At this rate, the Democrat Party will have humiliated itself so badly that by the coming re-election cycle, Congress could look dramatically different.