There are racists, and then there are racists. And then there are men like James Clyburn, a Democrat member of the U.S. House, who was first elected in 1992. Men who espouse some of the most vile, bigoted and disgusting views imaginable, about those whose only ‘crime’ is that they happen to have been born white. And men who are still able to be re-elected because they possess that one most important ‘quality’ when it comes to being elected by their devoted black constituents. The fact that they are black. Of course, that only seems to work for black Democrats.
Now I’m pretty sure most have heard by now how it was that our esteemed Mr. Clyburn recently came rushing to the defense of his fellow member of Congress, a man described by Nancy Pelosi as being an icon, John Conyers. Mr. Conyers has been accused of committing what can best be described as behavior that is, to say the least, rather improper toward several women that he came into close contact with. And apparently the issue that Clyburn has with those accusations is not the behavior that was exhibited by Mr. Conyers, but the skin color of his accusers.
Clyburn actually went so far as to compare Congressman Conyers’ accusers to child murderer Susan Smith, who falsely claimed a black man had abducted her kids. Clyburn argued that these accusations of sexual misconduct may not be credible because all of the accusations come from white women. It was Robert Draper, a writer for the New York Times, who suggested on Wednesday of this week that the allegations of sexual assault towards Conyers are not legitimate and they mirror those of Susan Smith’s, who first falsely claimed that a black man abducted her kids.
Draper tweeted, “Also at this morning’s House Democratic caucus: James Clyburn compared Conyers’ accusers to the child murderer Susan Smith, who initially claimed a black man had abducted her kids. Clyburn said, these are all white women who’ve made these charges against Conyers.” Thus far two separate women have accused Conyers of making unwanted sexual advances towards them. Conyers admitted last week to reaching a $27,000 settlement with a former congressional staffer in 2015. However, the congressman denied allegations of sexual harassment.
And of course Clyburn’s office was quick to deny allegations that he had used the Susan Smith metaphor, while Draper suggests that multiple sources have told him that Clyburn used the reference on several occasions. And Cedric Richmond, member of that unique little cadre of racists, the Congressional Black Caucus, tweeted, “This is not accurate. @Clyburn used the Smith example to illustrate the dangers of convicting people before getting all the facts. Although Smith killed her kids, she blamed an innocent person & a lot of people believed that innocent person was guilty.”
Let’s face it, Clyburn has long been little more than a racist pig who slams the White population and continues to ignore the real problems in the Black community. Young black men between the ages of 14 and 34 make up 3.3% of the population yet commit 50% of the violent crimes while 70% of the births are to single black women. It is not Whites that are the problem. It’s the Black community which continues to do so much harm to themselves and to the nation. And it’s sad that so many blacks are unable to see that they’re simply being taken advantage of by men like Clyburn.
And Conyers is obviously a guy who seems to like more than a little cream in his coffee. Women with a white problem should just declare themselves black, end of problem. It’s the new rage and it’s being introduced in universities and other places around the country. If Conyers is trying to use this as a defense I think it’s great. It serves as the perfect example of how the left doesn’t really care about women. Especially those women who voted for President Trump and were mostly white, and who were excoriated for not voting for the liberal who, in this case, was female.
White liberals, with backup coming from racist scumbags like Clyburn, have managed to convince blacks that they were the only people ever to suffer the indignity of slavery. Which is a lie. Blacks didn’t build the pyramids! And how about all those castle’s in Europe, or that big wall in China? They were ALL built courtesy of slave labor. Yet blacks are encouraged, by white liberals and black racists, to use slavery as THE excuse for their own inability to fix their own lives. Black families used to stick together. Raise their children. And it was then that a Democrat came along.
These days you’d be hard-pressed to find an intact black family in any inner city. Who yo’ baby Daddy? That’s how they talk, and how they vote. And what’s really starting to piss me off is how by simply being white I’m seen as a fool, a liar, a racist and not trustworthy. When in truth it’s a vast majority of blacks who are racist and basically untrustworthy. I did not own slaves and I am not responsible for their pathetic life that always seems to be blamed on whites. Whites are not shooting blacks Chicago/Baltimore at the rate of 600, or more, per year. Other blacks are!
And it is also not my fault that so many blacks end up in prison, since it is they who choose to do the crime and therefore it’s their fault that they’re made to do the time. And I did not decide to have babies that I had no way of being able to support nor do I ask my government to support me and/or my children. My life, and the lives of my family, matters just as much as someone who is black and maybe more because I actually respect the country in which I live and those who fought for that freedom including all those white folks who fought in the Civil War to end slavery.
And if I happen to get shot by a police officer, regardless of his or her color, it will be because I’m in the process of breaking the law not because I’m white, ditto with those blacks who have been shot by the police. The fact that they were either breaking the law or resisting arrest is going to be what precipitates any confrontation which results in them being on the receiving end of a bullet. I am white and have no desire to be black. Although, I must admit that there have been times when I’ve threatened to come back black in my nest life because there are some benefits.
I mean, it’s from racist boobs like Clyburn that we’re always hearing about something that blacks call ‘white privilege’. But it’s not whites who can come out of high school with crappy grades and still get into a good college because of quotas that favor blacks. And it’s not whites who are difficult to fire from a job because their employer fears being called a racist. And it’s certainly not whites who can garner for themselves a high paying job regardless of their lack of qualifications, because they’re white. White privilege? Hardly! That’s black privilege, plain and simple!