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Democrat Impeachment Hearings: Rep. Al Green Wonders Why No Black Impeachment Experts Were Called

Democrat Impeachment Hearings: Rep. Al Green Wonders Why No Black Impeachment Experts Were Called

“What subliminal message are we sending to the world when we have experts, but not one person of color? Are we saying that there are no people of color who are experts on this topic?”

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It’s becoming increasingly difficult to take the partisan Democrat impeachment circus seriously.  Particularly when there is infighting about identity politics taking place simultaneously.

Rep. Al Green (D-TX) took to the floor to complain that his party had not called any black law professors for today’s public tutorial on the Constitution as it pertains to impeachment.

You can’t make this stuff up.

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The Friendly Grizzly | December 4, 2019 at 7:07 pm

Rep. Green went on to say, “Black blackety-black race-ity-black blach.”

The Friendly Grizzly | December 4, 2019 at 7:09 pm

Just thought of something else: let the Republicans call in a black professor, or other eminent figure. Shelby Steele, Walter Williams….

    How about Justice Clarence Thomas….that would be a hoot!

    This the same guy who lead the Black Caucus attack against Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernancke with insightful banking questions like “What have you done to help black Americans as Fed Chairman.”

    Being an incurable wiseass, I don’t believe I could resisted with something like: “When I would exercise my power to raise or lower the discount rate, I always made sure to notate that black Americans were not to be excluded from the new rate. I take inclusion very seriously in keeping America united.”

    I can’t remember a single intelligent question ever offered by the Black Caucus. It’s always lectures about black, black, black,…..

      “What have you done to help black Americans as Fed Chairman”

      “Well, we give them huge, unmerited point scale increases on the SATs over whites and Asians”

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Pasadena Phil. | December 4, 2019 at 7:37 pm

      “What have you done to help black Americans as Fed Chairman”

      “Not a single solitary thing. Our work involves all Americans. Strike that. Our work involves those Americans who choose to stoke the engines of America. Our work does not involve those who choose to hop on the train for a free ride.”

    I’m pretty sure Representative Green was looking for plantation blacks.

    I think it would be more impactful if Republicans were to call on Elizabeth Warren to testify since she was Harvard Law School’s first “woman of color” on faculty.

    The visual would be priceless.

one more instance of democrat racism….from democrat racists.

G. de La Hoya | December 4, 2019 at 7:21 pm

Maybe Green should have invited a black law professor. Maybe Green is more of an idiot than I originally thought 🙂

    Dusty Pitts in reply to G. de La Hoya. | December 4, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    Your blatant bootstrapism is just another example of how Whitey is keeping a brother down.

    Yeah, except old Al isn’t a member of the Judiciary Committee (and very obviously not part of the hilariously nicknamed House Intelligence Committee*). He made his statement on the House floor with an eye toward keeping his Socialist-Democrat credentials appropriately burnished.

    * Actual name: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

No Troglodytes were called either, but you were there for them Al.

The Friendly Grizzly | December 4, 2019 at 7:38 pm

When Texasn start to brag and boast, I point out Green, Jackson Lee, LBJ, the Bush dynasty…

Are we saying that there are no people of color who are experts on this topic?

Maybe. Would it be a problem if we were? What makes you sure there are any?

    puhiawa in reply to Milhouse. | December 4, 2019 at 9:23 pm

    True. And there well might be such experts, but perhaps such disagreed with the Democrat’s established premises. Those would be unwelcome. Of more import, is that Turley seemed the only normal attorney and legal academic in the room. Feldman has advocated sharia law as being superior to the common law, and believes the president, or at least this one, does not have the right to express an opinion. To him such is impeachable, apparently. Karlan is a crank. Gerhardt is legitimate, but has absolutely no factual information to provide and does a lot of supposition..never supposing Trump might be innocent as the call itself demonstrates. He has nothing but his left wing politics.

    Sonnys Mom in reply to Milhouse. | December 5, 2019 at 9:26 am

    “Justice Thomas: Today’s Liberals Worse than the Klan”
    https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/justice-thomas-todays-liberals-worse-than-the-klan

In any case “people of color,” whatever that means, should be proud to not be part of this scam.

Perhaps because he’s already done so much damage to the brand.

Rep. Al Green is of course right. PoC are perfectly capable of lying through their teeth and behaving like Red Guard revolutionaries at one of Jiang Qing’s Shanghai struggle meetings.

All democrats need now are heavy brass handcuffs and big, angry, progressive transwomen forcing republicans into the jet position.

https://chinasculturalrevolution.weebly.com/uploads/9/0/2/9/90299009/china-cultural-revolution.jpg?459

I used this: mao; red guard; jet position : search term on google images. The first few images showed three black and white red guard rally photos. Not one photograph of Mao and Jiang Qing yet google listed three Chiang Kai-shek and Soong Mei-ling photos.

For the record, Green is from Houston, not Texas.

(Many Texans do not claim Austin, Houston or Dallas-Fort Worth as part of Texas.)

    (Many Texans do not claim Austin, Houston or Dallas-Fort Worth as part of Texas.)

    Hah. That’s convenient. What happens when the non-Texas regions of Texas turn Texas blue, refer to you real Texans as ‘sugar teats’ and make you do unspeakable things … like… like… (blush)

    https://youtu.be/Hh9iycVZubE

    THAT’S RIGHT, I SAID IT! (thanks Mark Levin)

      Edward in reply to Tiki. | December 5, 2019 at 7:49 am

      Turning Texas Blue isn’t as imminent as the Socialist-Democrats, plain old Socialists and (from Moscow on the Colorado) Stalinists, Maoists and Trotskyites pretend.

    Arminius in reply to Rusty Bill. | December 5, 2019 at 1:52 am

    Houston, Austin, Dallas, guilty as charged. But Fort Worth needs to be taken off the this list.

He and Sheila could get a room and signify.

Diversity… rabid diversity, in progress, persistent, and on a forward-looking basis.

What, a lesbo, a queer jew, and a guy who owns an angry dog weren’t enough?

It’s too bad we never impeached a black president so we could have some of that racial justice.

Well it was the racist democrat party that called the white law professors, maybe you should consider voting against the agenda by using that grey matter inside that brick on top of your shoulders.
Or maybe it’s just too comfy on the plantation as a role model of how to behave when the masters call.

RACIST Al Green can’t stop being RACIST for a single moment, ever, even though it means accusing his own Party leadership of being somehow “racist” for not having a token black person among their “witnesses”.

Just to give you something to gripe about, Al, we did it just to piss you off, ok?

He’s partly right. Two white masculine males and a white trans/homo female are not diverse, a progressively tarnished Rainbow notwithstanding.

The audacity to not demand participation of all colors. There must be a call to diversity and exclusion including color quotas.

with an iq in the low 60s, that countenance and the continuous race card bs he’s lucky to be in congress–in the real world he couldn’t get hired-on as a toilet attendant

would not go to houston for the Second Coming

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to texansamurai. | December 5, 2019 at 4:47 am

    Is his district one of those demanded by Our Betters In Washington that assures a black gets elected?

      To be honest I’m not sure whether it is gerrymandered to assure another Houston area minority district or, perhaps more likely, to assure that other Harris County area Districts do not run the risk of electing the likes of Lee or Green.

They should have called ‘Constitutional law professor’ Obama….

LOL!!!!

Green’s quite a case.

It’s hard to imagine having to go through life as such a twisted little lump.

I didn’t see any Asians either

tic...tic...BOOM | December 5, 2019 at 7:11 am

“What subliminal message are we sending to the world when we have experts, but not one person of color?”
The real question is: “What subliminal message are we sending to the world when we have representatives this moronic?”

To appease Al, Republicans should call on Harvard Law School’s most famous woman of color. She may already be in DC… down the hall in fact.

Imagine Maxine Waters’ frustration at having to keep her big mouth shut at the moment of her greatest triumph? /s

Blacks have experts re: American Landing on Mars {Shiela Jackass Lee] and Guam tipping over [Hank Jackson] – but apparently no impeachment experts. Sad.

The collective IQ of this fool’s district must be room temperature.

You have to remember something. Al Green got elected because Texas essentially had to gerrymander an almost totally Black district for him to run in. His political career is all about racial politics and the “victimization” of Black Americans.

The Reverend Al Sharpton should have a seat at the table.

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