Rep. Steny Hoyer is the House Majority Leader with the new Congress, but he’s back to playing old Democratic Party tricks with the use of slavery innuendos.
The Democratic Party is nothing without slavery allegations and blame game. They can’t go a day without associating something with what many of them went through in the late 50s and 60s.
Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Elijah Cummings, and the rest went through something back in those days because it left a mark. A mark that can’t be wiped away or cleaned. They are forever associating things that do not work out for their cause, especially when it deals with minorities, as a return to the slavery and Jim Crow law era.
NOTE: Democrats created Jim Crow laws.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D.) on Thursday compared the situation of federal government employees still working during the partial shutdown to slavery in the 1800s.
“Yes we lament the pain that is being inflicted on the 800,000 people who work for the federal government. And the 440,000 people that are being asked to work with no pay,” Hoyer said during a rally in Washington, D.C. “You know, back in the 1860s, they talked about working with no pay.”
The comment, made to a group of federal union workers outside the AFL-CIO’s headquarters, was an apparent reference to when African Americans worked as slaves. It was met with a few shouts of approval from the crowd.
Source: Free Beacon
Democrats love to talk about slavery, which is no surprise since they’re the ones that always supported it.
Why is everything a crisis to Democrats except one with real victims on both sides? Why do Dems care so much about two dead illegal children whose death was the result of their parents dragging them on this dangerous journey while downplaying the hundreds and thousands of deaths of Americans children as a result of these insane border policies? Hmmm?
I am embarrassed Hoyer represents my state. Well, actually he represents all those federal workers who have camped out in Prince Georges County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, and now Howard County.
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