Elizabeth Warren supports REPARATIONS for Black Americans over Slavery, Discrimination

Democrats have completely lost it. First we have a breadlines communist who supports Maduro and wants to destroy the American economy, second we have a woman who lied on her application to get into Harvard and still pretends to be Native American, and now she’s attempting to push her way to the top of the playing field saying that we owe reparations to Black Americans for slavery.

What this is doing is perpetuating a victim complex that, yes, you don’t need to go out and make your way in the world because we’re just going to give it to you because we’re the ones who made a mistake. That doesn’t add up though, when was the last time you heard a ‘thank you’ from any of these people? They are ungrateful and you should hear what the South American communists said about them. Google it. You’ll be shocked about what they really think about blacks.

So really though, if you’re serious about this — how many trillions of dollars are you prepared to waste? We appreciate your comments and opinions.

As reported by The NYTtimes:

“From the very first day of the 2020 presidential race, when Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts blamed “generations of discrimination” for black families earning far less than white households, Democratic hopefuls have broadly emphasized racial justice and closing the wealth gap in their policy platforms.

But in recent weeks, some candidates have started embracing specific goals and overtly race-conscious legislation that even the most left-wing elected officials stayed away from in recent years.

Last week, Senator Kamala Harris of California agreed with a radio host’s recent suggestion that government reparations for black Americans were necessary to address the legacies of slavery and discrimination. Ms. Harris later affirmed that support in a statement to The Times.”

2 Comments
  1. carol says

    I personally have not discriminated against anyone in the 64 years I have been on this earth. not in favor of paying anyone. more hand out

  2. Jeremy says

    Does the columbian post have an address I can send a letter or donation to?

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