The Arrogance and Hate From Congressional Democrats

The Arrogance and Hate From Congressional Democrats

-By Warner Todd Huston

My friend Kerry Picket of the Washington times was involved in a little tête-à-tête with a foul-tempered, arrogant Democrat member of congress that is just so typical of how these hatemongers on the left attempt to shut down debate, call conservatives racists, and act like petulant children in general that it must be highlighted.

Picket interviewed Democrat Al Green of Texas after a recent Homeland Security committee meeting last week. At that meeting, Green absurdly claimed that the KKK was just as dangerous at al Qaeda and insisted that all this worrying over radical Islam was misplaced.

Picket tried to engage this distempered fool on the subject after the meeting and his hectoring, overbearing, dissociative reply was something to behold. You can hear the audio of this amazing interview at Kerry’s post, but here is the relevant text of the thing:

KP: It’s been reported that of all the 126 terror indictments all of have been Muslim. Do you think that should be considered in this particular hearing?

REP. Al GREEN: I think that all criminals should be prosecuted. I think that all terrorists should be investigated which is why I said we ought to investigate all of them and that would include the KKK. Over a hundred years of terrorism why not investigate them too. They are rooted in a religion as well. Check their website out. You’ll see.

KP: Congressman King said they haven’t caused as many problems and…

REP. GREEN: Well ask the men who have been castrated whether they caused a problem. Ask the men who were lynched whether they caused a problem.

KP: When did that happen recently, sir?

REP. GREEN: Does it have to happen recently, and they are still existing for us to investigate them?

If you never had to live with a cross burning, you don’t appreciate what a cross burning can do in terms of terrorizing people. My suspicion is, based on what you’re saying to me, that I should say to you, I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

KP: I don’t have any plans to, sir.

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

KP: But I’m just…

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

KP: But I’m just curious…

REP. GREEN: I hope you are not going to defend the KKK.

KP: Of course not, sir.

REP. GREEN: Be as curious as you like, but do not defend the KKK.

KP: Of Course not sir. But are they still causing terror right now?

REP. GREEN: Do not defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: Do not defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: You’re newspaper is going to defend the KKK tomorrow, I see.

KP: Um no…but sir…

Just wow. What the hell is wrong with this jerk, anyway? Notice the pointless hectoring, the refusal to engage like an adult, the childish game-saying of his brainless talking point. What is this guy, a 10-year-old?

Seriously, any one that this Christians, Neo-Nazis, skinheads or the KKK are somehow just as dangerous as radical Islam is an idiot. But even that half-wit position aside, look at how this creep conducts himself.

This jerk doesn’t belong in Congress. He should go the way of Florida’s Alan Grayson. Back to nameless anonymity where he belongs.


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  • The Republican Party has always been a resolute enemy of the Ku Klux Klan, terrorist wing of the Democratic Party.

    The Ku Klux Klan was established by the Democratic Party. The first branch of the Ku Klux Klan was established in Pulaski, Ten...nessee, in May, 1866. A year later a general organization of local Klans was established in Nashville in April, 1867. The first Grand Wizard was Nathan Forrest.

    Republicans in Congress such as Benjamin Butler urged President Ulysses S. Grant to take action against the Ku Klux Klan. In 1870 he instigated an investigation into the organization.

    A Grand Jury reported that: "There has existed since 1868, in many counties of the state, an organization known as the Ku Klux Klan, or Invisible Empire of the South."
    "The operations of the Klan are executed in the night and are invariably directed against members of the Republican Party. The Klan is inflicting summary vengeance on the colored citizens by breaking into their houses at the dead of night, dragging them from their beds, torturing them in the most inhuman manner, and in many instances murdering."

    The Republican Party and Republican President, Ulysses Grant, destroyed the KKK with their Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871.

    The Democratic Party is to blame for the re-emergence of the Ku Klux Klan in the 20th century. It was Democrat President Woodrow Wilson, who premiered Birth of a Nation in the White House in 1915. That racist movie was based on book written by one of Wilson

  • In reply to WeeBleats:

    Exactly right!

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