What the hell do you think is going to happen when malevolent racial demagogues like her and Cori Bush are leaders in a nation where ‘people of color’ are the majority, and nearly all of the adults among them have heard their entire lives about how ‘racist’ and ‘privileged’ Whites are, and how those vile ‘racist’ and ‘privileged’ Whites cruelly exploited ‘people of color’ in an ‘institutionally racist’ society.
So stop ‘whining about it on the internet’ — just get used to it.
What a stupid fucking faggot you are — not to mention a colossal hypocrite. …”
This is why you no longer post here.
BTW, this is Sheila Jackson Lee’s House District in Texas. It exists solely because of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Just like all the other majority-minority House Districts in the South like Alabama’s 7th Congressional District which includes Selma.
Guess who voted for the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Immigration Act of 1965 and the Fair Housing Act of 1968 which would be amended by Sheila Jackson Lee’s bill? Guess who supported using the National Guard to integrate our public schools and universities?
Guess who voted to construct the system that completely changed the racial demographics of California and the rest of the United States, toppled the Jim Crow system and unleashed a social revolution in Southern politics by replacing the old White segregationist strongholds in Congress with majority black House districts?
Immigration Act of 1965
In the Senate, both senators from California voted for the Immigration Act of 1965. In the House, 34 out of 38 congressmen from California voted for it with only three voting against it and one congressman didn’t vote on the bill.
Civil Rights Act of 1964
In the Senate, both senators from California voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In the House, 33 out 38 congressmen from California voted for it.
Voting Rights Act of 1965
In the Senate, both senators from California voted for the Voting Rights Act of 1965. In the House, 35 out of 38 congressmen from California voted for it.
Civil Rights Act of 1968
In the Senate, both senators from Alabama voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1968. In the House, all 8 congressmen from Alabama voted against it.
In the Senate, one senator from California voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1968 and the other didn’t vote. In the House, 32 out of 38 congressmen from California voted for it and one didn’t vote.
I’ve been repeatedly told this is a “small problem.” The people who created this ARE NOT responsible for the consequences of their actions.
I’m also “innumerate.” I’m unable to count the number of times that White libtards in California voted in Congress to create the system that is in place today. The people who are truly responsible for this are non-Whites who were only 6% of California’s population in the 1960s. That’s ahistorical bullshit.
What did you think would happen as a result of the Voting Rights Act? Well, the whole point of the legislation was to empower people like Sheila Jackson Lee and Jim Clyburn, and to punish Southern Whites who were evil racists. The Voting Rights Act is working exactly as it was intended by the people who designed it which was to create majority-minority House districts which would empower White libtards in Congress.
Those same people will also throw another tantrum about “white supremacy” like the one after Dobbs if the Supreme Court finishes off the Voting Rights Act in its current term.
Note: This doesn’t exist without the Voting Rights Act. These people are just pawns who are in Congress because their White libtard masters put them there.