Rep. Rashida Tlaib Wrote a Column for a Black Supremacist Organization; Where’s the Left’s Outrage?

What would you think if a current member of the U.S. Congress wrote a column for a KKK magazine? How about another white supremacist organization?

What if the above were true, yet the supreme race was black? Would that be different?

Consider the belief of the Nation of Islam: The black race is purity and divinity incarnate. The white race was artificially created as devils to destroy the world and oppress God’s (black) people. One day, the black race will take back the earth from the white devils, who are wholly devoid of purity and divinity. Every color in between is a different shade of evil. For further explanation, please see my article here.

In 2006, Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib wrote a column for Final Call, “the official communications organ of the Nation of Islam.”

Here’s somethin’ leader Louis Farrahkan previously communicated:

(No Twitter suspension there, by the way.)

Tlaib’s not afraid of anti-Jewish sentiment; in August, she vied for an end to Israeli aid.

And she doesn’t mind controversy: Just after her swearing-in, she touted an impeachment of “motherf***er” President Trump (here).

But maybe she’s wise — perhaps the Democratic voters don’t mind any of this. After all, they elected her.  And last month, she was saluted by The New York Times as one of the women “redefining representation.”

I suppose they’re right; it’s a new definition.

Much of the Left seems absolutely obsessed with race; where’s their obsession when it concerns one of their own, endorsing racial supremacy?

For more of Rashida, watch her interruption of a 2016 Trump speech in the video below. Get a bit of classic Trump in the response video following.

-Alex

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