March 7, 2019
I want to say that I have predicted since 2012 that the Democrat coalition would fall apart due to the differing interests of the parties involved.
I never thought that this collapse would start off with such a bang.
I am now officially in the Yang Gang and gaining sway as the lead propagandist of Chairman Yang, so I’m going to lobby for Ilhan to be picked as his VP.
You people think I’m joking and I am absolutely fucking not.
I lay my sword at the feet of Sultana Ilhan.
Because it is better to serve a bulb than be ruled by rats.
And really, the only thing I ever wanted was the blood of Jews flowing through the streets.
Democrats have had the majority in the House of Representatives for just two months, but they’ve already been sidetracked by an ugly divide over anti-Semitism and other bigotry.
For weeks, tensions on Capitol Hill have been rising over remarks from freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota questioning the allegiance of Israel supporters in Congress. Her comments drew condemnation from many of her fellow Democrats and prompted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California to push for a vote on a resolution condemning anti-Semitism. Rather than putting the issue behind them, however, the move has prolonged the controversy and put a spotlight on divisions inside the party around a highly sensitive issue.
The resolution came after Omar criticized politicians by using anti-Semitic tropes, prompting condemnation from several Jewish Democratic lawmakers and an apology from Omar last month. But Omar later dug in when she suggested pro-Israel interests pushed members of Congress to pledge allegiance to a “foreign country,” drawing further outrage from her colleagues.
Pelosi had a choice: She could issue piecemeal condemnations and hope the issue disappeared, or nip it in the bud with a strong resolution staking out the House’s stance on anti-Semitism. She chose the latter but didn’t count on the resistance from allies of Omar. After an ugly scrum broke out on Wednesday behind closed doors, the vote was tabled. Leadership is now rewriting the resolution to condemn all hate, not just anti-Semitism.
Just imagine the response of Jews to the claim that all racism is equal to anti-Semitism.
This Somalian being able to force that is simply incredible.
Members from both the Congressional Black Caucus and the younger, far-left wing of the party were furious about the leadership’s gambit. They questioned singling out Omar for condemnation. What about bigotry from Republicans, including President Donald Trump? And why were Democrats so focused on a woman of color, one of just two Muslims in Congress? Could the added scrutiny even put Omar in danger?
On the other side of the debate, moderate Democrats were frustrated that Omar’s comments have derailed the agenda in the House and exposed divisions in an otherwise unified caucus. There are also concerns that a watered-down statement might end up looking like tolerance of anti-Semitic views within the caucus.
What are they unified under?
Nothing other than hatred of Donald Trump, who it doesn’t look like is going to be around much longer.
Pelosi wants to suck kikes and Ilhan wants their blood to flow through the streets like the motherfucking Nile.
And despite her comments supporting faggots, I seriously doubt she thinks much of them either.
“One would think it would be a lot simpler than it appears to be to pass a resolution condemning anti-Semitism,” Mark Mellman, a veteran Democratic pollster and founder of the Democratic Majority for Israel, told CNN. Mellman founded his group in January to shore up support in the party for the US-Israel relationship and to counterbalance what he sees as a rise in anti-Israel views among some Democrats.
You got a dog in this fight, Mellman?
The dispute is a leadership test for Pelosi and her ability to manage a majority built both from energized young progressives from the heart of the anti-Trump resistance and moderates elected on pocketbook issues in Trump country. But this isn’t a debate about policy; it’s about bigotry and whether the caucus will tolerate it or not. That’s not a conversation the Democrats wanted to be having in public as they ramp up investigations into Trump and push forward their policy agenda.
What policy agenda?
The Amishification thing?
I also support that, actually. The Democrats are just moving from strength to strength lately.
The issue is the first real setback for a Democratic caucus that has largely remained a united front against Trump. From holding the line on the government shutdown to voting to rescind Trump’s national emergency declaration, House Democrats have so far hung together. “Those were enormous wins, and now this makes it look like we are in disarray,” said the senior aide.
That’s even given Trump, who himself said there were “fine people” among the marchers in the 2017 neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, an opening to criticize Democrats. “It is shameful that House Democrats won’t take a stronger stand against Anti-Semitism in their conference,” he tweeted Wednesday. “Anti-Semitism has fueled atrocities throughout history and it’s inconceivable they will not act to condemn it!”
The longer Democrats fight over the party’s stance on anti-Semitism, the greater the potential damage to the caucus.
“We can’t be silent as Omar continues to say these things, because if we are silent, we’re complicit in what is completely unacceptable,” says Josh Block, a former Clinton administration official and head of the Israel Project, a nonpartisan pro-Israel group. “And the leadership needs to act before the virus of Corbynism infects the party.”
The problem is that you people can’t fucking explain why these goddamn JEWS run this country.
So as soon as someone manages to point it out, the whole thing starts to collapse.
The entire strategy is not allowing the discussion.
Trust me – I know.
I know that story very, very well.
But Omar said it, she made a huge ordeal, and now the burden of proof is on you kikes to explain just what the fuck you are doing to our country.
It’s too late to shut anything down.
It’s already happening.
This jihad has already begun.