Should Pelosi be allowed to muzzle members of the Squad, or should they be allowed to spout their opinions without filter or fetter?
- Anonymous2 months ago
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- 0NE TRlCK P0NYLv 76 months ago
Pelosi doesn't dare say boo to these women or she will be accused of racism and forced out.
- martinLv 76 months ago
Pelosi doesn't have the power to muzzle anyone in Congress. Once people are elected, they are on their own.
- Jim2Lv 76 months ago
If Trump can spout his opinions freely, they should be allowed to spout theirs. Not too long ago Trump supporters on here were screaming about the right to free speech, including hate speech.
Well, Trump spouts hate speech. But the only hate speech I have heard from the squad is 'impeach the m-fr' and that was justifiable anger, IMO, though that word should not have been used.
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- ?Lv 76 months ago
Those four kids can say whatever they want. They just need to realize that speaking irresponsibly can have consequences.
- zenoLv 66 months ago
Democrats silence republicans with false
Accusations so it's only Fair to allow
democrats to throw race and Sex cards
at democrats. Let the credibility of democrats
Go so deep into the toilet no one ever believes
A word they say and they never vote for them
Ever again. Ok pumpkin?
- PatLv 76 months ago
With his racist tweets and comments, Trump has united all Democratic House members.
Donald Trump is a racist, plain and simple. Racism is his intentional policy. The president of the United States should lift people up, not beat people up. We have never seen this level of hatred and nativism from the Oval Office. Not in all of history. Here are just a few of the many highlights:
1973, 1978 The Justice Department sued his company ― twice ― for not renting to black people
1989 Bought newspaper ads condemning wrongly accused Central Park 5, black and Latino teenagers
1990 Accused by ex-wife Ivana of keeping a copy of Hitler’s collected speeches on his bedside table
1992 Workers at Trump’s casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey, accused him of racism over the years
1993 Slurred Pequot Native Americans to House subcommittee on Native American Affairs
2011 Embraced birtherism, accusing Obama of forging his birth certificate
2015 Appointed alt right agitator Bannon a senior role in his campaign and in White House
2016 Called Mexicans rapists
2016 Called Latino judge in Trump University case biased due to his “Mexican Heritage”
2017 January, he signs executive order now known as the Muslim ban
2017 Shuts down government for 35 days insisting on a border wall between U.S. and Mexico
2017 November, slurred Sen. Warren as “Pocahontas”; repeated at event honoring Native Americans
2017 Appoints Mike Flynn (anti-Muslim) and Jeff Sessions (white supremacist) to cabinet positions
2017 Condemns people “on many sides” of violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia
2018 Ends TPS that protected Hondurans in the U.S. from deportation since 1999
2018 Said he’s against allowing immigrants from “s-hole countries” into US
2019 In February Michael Cohen cites Trump’s racism to Congress during hearing
2019 In July calls on four congresswomen of color to go back to where they came from
2019 House votes to condemn Trump 'racist comments,' only four Republicans backed the measure
Racial views of Donald Trump
Donald Trump's long history of racism, from the 1970s to 2018
FBI releases files on Trump apartments' race discrimination probe in '70s
Racism and Donald Trump: a common thread throughout his career and life
Trump's Long History of Racism
- DaddioLv 76 months ago
I think maybe soon the old "white" woman will no longer be listened to
- Anonymous6 months ago
Conservatives are already preparing to cheat in 2020