Here’s one for the book of records on ignorance. Former community organizer Bertha Lewis, New York Democratic Rep. Yvette Clarke and Chicago Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez told the Congressional Black Caucus they should get on board with this dysfunctional comprehensive immigration reform that’s resting peacefully in the House.
All three urged the Black community to ‘support increased immigration as a strategy to gain political power.’ Really? Political power? Fore sure, this political power is not in the best interest of the Black community, or the country, who are victims of a lack of immigration enforcement.
Lewis talked about cousins. What she should have been talking about is teaching the Black community how to dumpster dive in those Salvation Army donation boxes, wash and fold those stolen cloths and have a yard sale every weekend. Illegal immigrants are so good at that, they have booths at flea markets.
Clarke talked about ‘a new landscape of humanity in the United States of America.’ That landscape is brown, brown and brown, which common sense suggests, poverty in the country will take on a red, white and blue landscape and there’s nothing humane about that.
Gutierrez loves to talk about civil and voting rights acts, both without emancipation, which should have been insulting to the CBC, as they should well know, emancipation came first and the others followed. Be that as it may, this amnesty push from the Hispanic community is really starting to reflect desperation by way of ignorance. It is totally and pure ignorance to try and sell this to a community, you’re hell bent on destroying.
Looking around Houston, the only people working full time are illegal immigrants. They get paychecks for 40 hours a week, without taxes. They go home to a wife who is on housing, food stamps, holding those yard sales every weekend, and wouldn’t you it, they even qualify for the Obama phone. His children are covered by taxpayer funded health care, even Obamacare will cover them.
There has never been any political power associated with ignorance, especially when you try to borrow from those who are left out the equation. The Black community is suffering big time under this administration’s ‘change you can believe in.’
How many ways can the Black community and the rest of the country say, ‘stop it.’