By Rick Wells
There is no doubt that Rep Al Green (D-TX) is an anti-America subversive operating from within the government. There is also no doubt, particularly as a former official for ten years with the NAACP in Houston, that he sees the world through the eyes of a race-baiting agitator.
He’s continued his advocacy and agitation for black supremacy and preference for non-whites since coming to Congress. Naturally, he’s a member of the Congressional Black Caucus. It’s also logical that he’s fiercely attacking President Trump, the archenemy of communists in America, and utilizing race as their vehicle of spreading dissent and division. They’re attacking the people who built this country and attempting to steal it. He and his racist ilk intend to knock white people from power, utilizing every means possible. to elevate folks who look like he does.
He urged what he called “leaders in the black community,” racist code for those blacks using race to manipulateconcessions and advantages, to decline any invitations to the White House. It’s part of his recommended response to President Trump calling the NFL players who insult the nation, our flag and our Veterans by sitting or kneeling during our national anthem “sons of bitches.” Trump actually spoke figuratively of one abstract, nondescript, individual player, using the common phrase of disdain, “son of a bitch.”
In his typical melodramatic manner, on Thursday, Green issued an exaggerated and detached from reality response to the events of the past week. He made a statement on the Joe Madison show, saying, “Calling them dogs. Every black person ought to give some consideration, if you get an invitation, as to whether you will go to the White House until he either retracts that statement or does something else to atone, because this requires atonement.”
He continued, “This cannot go unchallenged. He has insulted the mothers of the country. These are the people who bring life to the world. I refuse to allow it to go unchallenged.” Actually, Green, he was insulting the players in a common term that you are aware has nothing to do with the actual mothers of the players or anyone else.
It’s an insult directed at the low class players that they deserve for disrespecting our nation. It’s interesting that Green is just fine with desecrating our flag and our service personnel but he get’s incensed over what some might describe as an accurate statement if it were intended in that way. The conduct of some free-roaming, different dad for every kid mothers-in-the-making, would in fact impart some veracity to that statement, if it were intended for them. But it wasn’t and he knows it.
Green is the same idiot, who happens to be an idiot with a law degree, who announced that he’d be bringing impeachment proceedings to the House of Representatives next week and that no crime is necessary as a basis for doing so. According to the wise NAACP hack, the only requirement for impeachment is “behavior which impacts society negatively.” Of course that is a standard that exists nowhere in the Constitution and is in direct conflict with Article II, Section 4 . How can such abject stupidity come out of the mouth of a lawyer, one might ask? It all depends upon the lawyer, their political party and motivations and the agenda they’re pressing.
Look out, Maxine Waters. You’ve got some serious competition for the biggest, most detestable, racist buffoon in the House in Rep Al Green.