As much as I’m not really a big fan of Louie, this is absolutely brilliant.
Rep. Louie Gohmert has introduced a resolution calling for Congress to to ban the Democrat party because they supported slavery.
They have absolutely no defense for this.
This takes all of their virtue signaling from the recent past, grinds it into their faces and then exposes them for the ultimate hypocrites they have always been.
WASHINGTON (KLTV) – Rep. Louie Gohmert has introduced a resolution calling for Congress to to ban any political organization or party that has ever held a public position supportive of slavery or the Confederacy.
Gohmert specifically pointed at the Democratic Party’s position on slavery.
Gohmert released the following statement:
“As outlined in the resolution, a great portion of the history of the Democratic Party is filled with racism and hatred. Since people are demanding we rid ourselves of the entities, symbols, and reminders of the repugnant aspects of our past, then the time has come for Democrats to acknowledge their party’s loathsome and bigoted past, and consider changing their party name to something that isn’t so blatantly and offensively tied to slavery, Jim Crow, discrimination, and the Ku Klux Klan. As the country watches violent leftists burn our cities, tear down our statues and call upon every school, military base and city street to be renamed, it is important to note that past atrocities these radicals claim to be so violently offensive were largely committed by members in good standing of the Democratic Party. Whether it be supporting the most vile forms of racism or actively working against Civil Rights legislation, Democrats in this country perpetuated these abhorrent forms of discrimination and violence practically since their party’s inception. To avoid triggering innocent bystanders by the racist past of the Democratic Party, I would suggest they change their name. That is the standard to which they are holding everyone else, so the name change needs to occur.”
Gohmert’s resolution is co-sponsored by Reps. Andy Biggs, Jody Hice, Randy Weber and Andy Harris.