December 3, 2014
The Congressional Black Caucus went to the House floor to speak about how “racist” America is in a series of rambling incoherent speeches. The speeches from these Negro morons were devoid of any logic and reason, focusing instead on how their feelings were hurt because a grand jury refused to indict police officer Darren Wilson.
Charles Rangel even called for slavery reparations due to his hurt feelings.
At this point I would support slavery reparations for these Blacks on the condition that they move to Africa and never come back. I’m tired of these Negro whiners. Nothing will ever be enough for them so they should just leave.
Get out of America and leave us alone.
Late Monday night, after the House took its final votes, members of the Congressional Black Caucus took the floor to speak for about one hour about race in the wake of a grand jury’s decision last week not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
“Hands up, don’t shoot,” Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York began.
Charles Rangel, the longtime New York Democrat, followed Jeffries and CBC Chairwoman Marcia Fudge of Ohio to deride America’s “cancer” and those who don’t acknowledge it. “Like anything else you love, if there’s an illness, if there’s a problem, you would want to know: What can you do to cure it? How can you make it all that our country can be?” Rangel said. “How can we say that we have a cancer until we recognize that we do, then we don’t really love the country? How can we be able to say that white and black in this country are equal and that those who work hard and live by the rules have the same opportunities as each other, when we know that we have this cancer?”
Rangel went on to address the idea of reparations for slavery, suggesting that it goes beyond money. “Some people may talk about payment for restitution for past crimes committed against human beings,” he said. “But that restitution could be the ability to say that we’re going to make certain that people of color in this country would be able to have access to the same type of education, live where they want to live, compete against anybody for the job, and not feeling that they’re inferior because people have been taught that just because they have a different complexion that they are superior.”