Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene stated she was personally offended at being known as a white supremacist as a result of that’s the identical as being known as the n-word
Marjorie Taylor Greene says that when folks like Jamaal Bowman name her a white supremacist it is “like calling an individual a coloration the n-word”
“His bodily mannerisms are aggressive … I really feel threatened by him,” Greene provides of Bowman pic.twitter.com/c0JtNN0Z5R
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Greene stated, “Jamaal Bowman shouting on the high of his lungs. Cursing. Calling me a horrible title, calling me a white supremacist, which I take nice offense to. That’s like calling an individual of coloration the n-word, which ought to by no means occur. Calling me a white supremacist is the same as that, and that’s incorrect.”
Rep. Greene later claimed that Rep. Bowman was cursing at her and main the mob towards her. She later claimed that Bowman approached her on the Capitol steps and was yelling, and exhibiting bodily aggressive mannerisms.
The video tells a special story than what Greene is making an attempt to promote. The video reveals Greene, not intimidated by sticking her finger within the New York congressman’s face and fueling the confrontation.
Being known as a white supremacist just isn’t the identical because the n-word. By no means in US historical past has there been the enslavement of white supremacists, the remedy of them as property, and by no means have supremacists been overwhelmed, raped, tortured, and lynched.
If Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn’t need to be known as a white supremacist, she ought to cease talking at white supremacist occasions and beginning a white supremacy caucus within the Home.
Claiming that white supremacist equals the n-word is without doubt one of the most racist issues that Greene may have as affirmation of her beliefs.
Jason is the managing editor. He’s additionally a White Home Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Diploma in Political Science. His graduate work centered on public coverage, with a specialization in social reform actions.
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