House Panel Interviews Hard-Left Rich Guys About Reparations, GOP Booed


Hard-left actor Danny Glover and writer Ta-Nehisi Coates were called to testify at today’s reparations hearings. They are rich and famous black men who support anything hard-left.

According to a Marist poll, 58% of African-Americans want reparations and 8% of white Americans want it. That means a lot of Democrats don’t support this bizarre and divisive idea.

Glover is a great admirer of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez. In fact, Chavez was his good friend.

“This hearing is yet another important step in the long and heroic struggle of African Americans” to obtain equality, Glover told the panel chaired by Rep. Steve Cohen, according to CBS News.

“White America must recognize that justice for black people can’t be achieved without radical change to the structure of our society,” the communist added.


“Barack Obama opposed reparations when he ran for president in 2008, and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders did, as well, eight years later,” Rep. Johnson said.

“In addition to all this, here in the Judiciary Committee, we have an obligation to acknowledge that any monetary reparations that might be recommended by the commission created by HR 40 [the reparations bill] would almost certainly be unconstitutional on their face,” Johnson said.

He also explained that you can’t hold people responsible for something that happened generations ago.

It’s absurd!

Since most of the racists were Democrats, they should pay reparations, no one else. Go after the Democrat Dixiecrats or the other Jim Crow Democrats.

Sheila Jackson Lee wants the reparations bill HR40 passed [after 40 acres and a mule, the reparations awarded at the time]. Hard-left Cory Booker says we haven’t come to grips with our racism so we have to pay.

Not everyone agreed!

Burgess Owens wants restitution, but not from who you might think.

This next one is funny. Democrat Coleman Hughes didn’t tell the Dems what they wanted to hear.

This is funny too!

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