Rep. John Lewis Wants to Use a ‘Bull Whip’ to Make Youth Into ‘Warriors’

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Marxist Rep. John Lewis spoke at a Congressional Black Caucus event on civil rights in D.C. and used his platform to stir the racial divide. He thinks it’s 1963. An expression he used was really surprising — he wants to use a ‘bull whip’ to get the youth moving. Isn’t that what slave masters used?

“It doesn’t matter whether they’re black, or white, Latino, Asian-American or Native American. That when you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have an obligation to do something, to say something,” he bellowed, playing up the identity politics.

“They’re just too darn quiet. I really wanna use some other words sometimes. And you know I believe in the philosophy and the discipline of non-violence”, he said disingenuously. He believes in non-violence except when he encourages violence.

“But sometime [sic] I feel like takin’ a bull whip and just saying to people, ‘you get your butt up.’’”

Since he’s a communist obsessed with race-baiting, there will never be enough entitlements and he wants his people to demand it.

His call was to the “young men and women” who he wants to “become fighters, become warriors”. The people they have to war against are white people.

Just what we need, more divisiveness. Maxine Waters said much the same thing at the same town hall.

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  1. His call was to the “young men and women” who he wants to “become fighters, become warriors”. The people they have to war against are white people. …

    Why not encourage them to become students, learners, thinkers, achievers, contributors, of service to others? encourage them to develop themselves and their knowledge and skills and abilities so that they have gifts and talents to offer to employers and their communities? Why not devote yourselves to learning and reading? Turn off the TV, put down the phone, and study … dedicate yourself to a field, a craft, and become one of the very best.

    Instead … fight. Protest. A shame.

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