On the banister of life, Democrat Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), has been the splinter in his party’s butt by opposing the radical progressives, who have taken over the party, in their lustful desires to spend heap big Benjamins on a massive spending spree. For Democrats, money is the answer to every problem. If that were true, the US would have no problems.
Democrat leadership must have given the order to “send in the pitbull.” Now, we have Representative Cori Bush (D-MO) condemning Machin’s staunch opposition to the Biden administration destroying our republic as we know it, throwing the usual insults that Democrats normally reserve for Republicans, like “anti-Black, anti-child, anti-woman, and anti-immigrant.”
It’s really something that elected officials in a Constitutional republic can label someone with those things because they don’t get their way. How childish. According to how the Woke Supremacy operates, throwing those labels at Manchin is tantamount to assault. Think of the Woke lemmings who want Manchin to give up his principles and give in to the progressive mobocracy so that they can remain members of the Flat Ass Society and not have to go find a job. They could become so desperate to maintain a sedentary lifestyle that they might physically attack Manchin or his family, believing Manchin is a racist, sexist, bigot [INSERT TYPICAL DEMOCRAT INSULT HERE].
“Joe Manchin’s opposition to the Build Back Better Act is anti-Black, anti-child, anti-woman, and anti-immigrant. When we talk about transformative change, we are talking about a bill that will benefit Black, brown and Indigenous communities. Someone overwhelmingly excluded those same communities from the bipartisan infrastructure bill. We cannot leave anyone behind,” Bush asserted in a statement.
“Senator Manchin must support the Build Back Better Act,” she insisted.
Or what, Congresswoman Bush?
Joe Manchin does not get to dictate the future of our country. pic.twitter.com/aG7zBuyMQy
— Congresswoman Cori Bush (@RepCori) November 1, 2021
On Monday, Senator Manchin called on Congress to approve a bipartisan infrastructure proposal, while maintaining his reluctance to get on board with other legislation that progressives want to ram through Congress and shove down America’s throat.
“Simply put, I will not support a bill that is this consequential without thoroughly understanding the impact that it’ll have on our national debt, our economy, and most importantly, all of our American people,” Manchin said.
He should just switch to the Republican Party as the Democratic Party he joined no longer exists.
Just last week, during a congressional hearing, Congresswoman Bush became unhinged once again and made wild and outrageous accusations against energy company executives.
“For years you all have continued to promote fossil fuels despite knowing that promoting them means promoting environmental racism and violence in black and brown communities,” Bush declared.
She continued by accusing the executives of “promoting and selling fossil fuels that are killing millions of people. This is a striking example of white supremacy. Your profit-driven choices threaten my life, the lives of my family, my neighbors, and our communities every single day.”
I wonder if Bush does a stretching routine prior to making such wildly outlandish gestures?
The congresswoman from Missouri then told the executives that they need to resign. “Developing fossil fuels now given the escalation of the climate crisis and its harm on black and brown communities, is unconscionable. Given each of your roles in these attacks on our humanity, you all should resign.”
I’m still trying to figure out how “climate change” targets black and brown communities while giving a pass to everyone else. Bush’s rhetoric is right up there with Representative Hank Johnson’s (D-GA) argument when he worried adding more military personnel to the island of Guam could potentially cause the island to tip and capsize into the ocean. Claiming the energy sector is run by white supremacy is just as nutty.
People who throw accusations of racism without legitimate evidence are a piece of garbage. Her voters should be ashamed of themselves.
Someone needs to school Cori Bush in what would happen if we suddenly got rid of the oil industry. Many people would no longer be able to heat their homes, cars would not run, anything made of plastic would no longer be made, the country would crumble within months. Maybe if her own constituents let her know that they like to have heat during the winter, she won’t act like a race-baiting thug on the floor of the US House of Representatives.
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