The Most Unethical Bill Of The Year

H. Res. 919 is the latest Hail Mary pass by the Democratic Party to try to somehow salvage the upcoming 2022 mid-term elections, widely expected to be a crushing defeat for the party, progressives, and their ongoing plan to convert the United States of America into European-style nanny state, socialist nation—and a single party one, if possible. The bill was introduced  by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas),arguably the most race-obsessed, hyper-partisan member of Congress. It was Green who began introducing motions to impeach Donald Trump within months of his inauguration.  H. Res. 919 declares an “unconditional war on racism,” and would establish a new Cabinet-level federal agency called the “Department of Reconciliation.” If that sounds Orwellian to you, that’s because it is. The full title of Green’s pro-racism antiracist bill is “Declaring an unconditional war on racism and invidious discrimination and providing the establishment of a  Department of Reconciliation charged with eliminating racism and invidious discrimination.” Catchy! I find it impressive that crying “Racist!” remains the primary response of Green’s party to every flop, every wave of criticism, every crisis. Oh, the party has branched out a bit to multi-purpose fear-mongering: if we don’t let the government strangle industry and personal liberty with a “Green New Deal,” climate change will destroy the world in ten, okay, maybe 20, all right, a hundred years…or so, but still, “ARRRGH!”…the Wuhan virus means we have to wear masks forever (“we” meaning everyone but Democrat celebrities and elected officials) and fire or imprison the unvaccinated…or putting anyone but Democrats in power will mean the end of democracy. Still, race-baiting worked so well during the Obama years that it is now the Left’s magic bullet.

 The bill declares that “racism and invidious discrimination — like poverty in 1964 — remain pervasive in our country” and that “systemic and institutionalized racism and invidious discrimination exist in virtually all areas of American life, including policing, criminal justice, housing, banking, voting, employment, education, the environment, and health care…in “the aftermath of the tragic death of George Floyd” it is necessary for “Congress to take decisive, immediate and long-term legislative action to address the elimination of racism and invidious discrimination.”

Ibram X. Kendi, the professional anti-white racist who has conned multiple universities into letting him spread his hate on campus as an “anti-racist” movement, has his DNA all over Green’s bill, having  called for an “anti-racist” amendment to the United States Constitution that would create a “Department of Anti-Racism.” Kendi has written. “The DOA would be responsible for preclearing all local, state and federal public policies to ensure they won’t yield racial inequity.” Just imagine what Kendi and Al Green consider “racial inequity.”

You have to give Green credit. The bill, which is simply a way to permanently institutionalize racial preferences in the private and public sectors,  legally enshrine anti-white discrimination, use “disparate impact” to make law enforcement color-coded and to all but guarantee Federally sanctioned CRT indoctrination in the schools, clear the way for “reparations” for slavery, meaning a massive transfer of wealth based on race, would, if turned into law, divide the nation like nothing has since the Fugitive Slave Act.

I’m assuming Republicans are not so supine that they will fail to kill it, but then Democrats and their toady pundits will point to the votes against the “war on racism” as proof that the Republican Party is racist. I think that’s the real objective of this bill.

Brilliant.

17 thoughts on “The Most Unethical Bill Of The Year

  1. “I’m assuming Republicans are not so supine that they will fail to kill it, but then Democrats and their toady pundits will point to the votes against the “war on racism” as proof that the Republican Party is racist. I think that’s the real objective of this bill.”

    No question about it. Their followers will point to Republican obstructionism as the main reason why Biden is failing to get anything done. Everything old is new again.

  2. systemic and institutionalized racism and invidious discrimination exist in virtually all areas of American life, including policing, criminal justice, housing, banking, voting, employment, education, the environment, and health care

    Except gun control.

    To a man, people who push narrative will never claim that systemic racism and invidious discrimination exust in gin control law.

    Elie Mystal, as a matter of fact, complained that the Supreme Court may take discretion out of New York City’s pistol permit system.

    http://www.thenation.com/article/society/supreme-court-gun-rifle/

    I wonder why.

    • That article is pure fantasy. I used their portal to report errors to remind them that Illinois isn’t “shall issue” and that the majority of black people are killed by other black people; the author believes that “shall issue” will translate into white people killing many black people with impunity. I guess this is what anti-racism does to a person’s brain.

  3. “widely expected to be a crushing defeat for the party, progressives, and their ongoing plan to convert the United States of America into European-style nanny state’widely expected to be a crushing defeat for the party, progressives, and their ongoing plan to convert the United States of America into European-style nanny state”

    According to conventional wisdom. But this round of redistricting post-census is turning out to be *alot* friendly to the DNC than originally anticipated. Combined with the shenanigans that the DNC has now well practiced and worked the kinks out of?

    I think 2022 will stave off disaster in the house for the DNC. They may even retain a slim majority instead of receiving the well-deserved shellacking they need.

    • I think it’s a good idea not to get cocky, but gerrymadering and the rest can’t work miracles. I’ve never seen the kind of anger against ademocrats that is going on now, and I see no reason to think anything will improve.

  4. Yesterday, Ann Althouse said a white woman pointing to the fact she was raising two black children did not constitute proof she isn’t racist. If that’s the case, what does “racist” even mean anymore? I’m beginning to think it means, “You’re white. Sit in the back of the bus and don’t use my water fountain.” But for starters, how does one prove a negative? I’m beginning to think the only qualification required for being a racist is not being black.

    • But if that’s the case, why are advertisers using mixed race couples with reckless abandon? How can the black person involved in those happy relationships stand to associate with, never mind be intimate with, racists? How can those white people overcome their inherent racism and associate with black people? And have children with them? And care for those dreaded mixed-race children (who are, mysteriously, deemed to be black).

  5. ’m assuming Republicans are not so supine that they will fail to kill it, but then Democrats and their toady pundits will point to the votes against the “war on racism” as proof that the Republican Party is racist. I think that’s the real objective of this bill.

    I’m actually surprised this hasn’t happened before. This is essentially what Hannah Nichole Jones et. al does to all their critics. Why not? Win and and destroy free speech, loose and “prove” your opponents are racist.

  6. “The DOA would be responsible for preclearing all local, state and federal public policies to ensure they won’t yield racial inequity.”

    Is it a deliberate play on words that any bill attempting to establish a “Department of Anti-Racism” would be dead on arrival 🤔

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