Despite the racist Black Lives Matter goons playing coy over who they would back in this most critical of all elections there was never any question as to their preference. On Wednesday, the cesspool of anti-Trump vitriol that is the Washington Post gave cop-hating punk DeRay McKesson a forum to plant a big, sloppy kiss upon Mrs. Clinton’s pasty white derrière.
McKesson proudly trumpeted that HE was voting for Hillary and as the designated house negro, is sounding the call to keep blacks locked safely inside the gates of the Democrat plantation. It is upon the great Clintonland plantation where they will stay too. Tormented and bamboozled by professional race-baiters peddling fearful tales of the white devil as personified by Donald Trump, black voters only continue to shoot themselves in the foot by overwhelmingly supporting Dems who talk much and deliver little after the votes have been tallied.
From the WAPO “DeRay Mckesson: Why I’m voting for Hillary Clinton”:
I voted my entire life, and I was still tear-gassed in the streets of St. Louis and Baltimore. I voted my entire life, and those votes did not convict the killers of Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray or Michael Brown.
But elections do have consequences.
The next president will continue to shape the trajectory of justice and landscape of opportunity in this country. She will be responsible for how trillions of dollars in federal funding are spent, decide how to ensure both liberty and security in an increasingly interconnected world and determine the path forward on health care and Social Security.
I am voting for Hillary Clinton.
Make no mistake, I do not agree with Clinton on everything. For that matter, there are few people in the world with whom I agree on everything.
Mckesson goes on to offer up the standard liberal song and dance that while supporting a criminal psychopath, notorious Wall Street whore and warmongering fanatic (all things that they supposedly oppose) that they will “hold her accountable every step of the way” – yeah, right.
Ironically Trump had just announced his “New Deal” for Black America.
According to The Hill the Republican nominee called for:
Speaking in Charlotte, N.C., the GOP nominee criticized years of Democratic rule for leaving black America behind, and outlined his plan to help.
My “deal is grounded in three promises: safe communities, great education, and high-paying jobs,” Trump said, speaking off what appeared to be scripted remarks
“Whether you vote for me or not, I will be your greatest champion. We live in a very divided country and I will be your greatest champion.”
Trump called on voters to repudiate Hillary Clinton and the Democrats in favor of change.
“American politics is caught in a time loop, we keep electing the same people over and over and over,” he said.
“Every day, I’m out on the trail proposing fresh solutions and new thinking. And every day, the same people, getting rich off our broken system, say we can’t change and we can’t try anything new, because it’s not good for them.”
The subdued and reverent beginning of his speech stood in sharp contrast to the fiery tack Trump usually takes at his campaign rallies, which are meant to inject his brand of politics directly into the veins of his supporters.
“I have a message for all the doubters in Washington: America’s future belongs to the dreamers, not the cynics and not the critics,” he said.
“African-American citizens have sacrificed so much for our nation. They fought and died in every war since the Revolution and from the pews and the picket lines, they’ve lifted up the conscience of our country in the long march for civil rights. Yet too many African-Americans have been left behind.”
Trump called for incentives to move companies into blighted neighborhoods to bolster employment, help African-Americans get better access to credit and push cities to declare “blighted communities” disaster areas to help rebuild infrastructure.
He also said he’d support increasing the number of police officers in such areas, connecting a lack of officers to a rise in murder rate in major cities.
Sadly, too many are susceptible to the fear and loathing that is the bread and butter for Hillary and the Democrats instead of the hope and unity espoused by Trump. If the Clintons return to the White House all of the campaign trail vows of goodies and special attention will quickly be forgotten and America’s inner cities will continue to deteriorate and be taken over by lawless thugs of the type that Mckesson is a proud leader of.
There are many terms befitting of the likes of DeRay Mckesson but Judas goat seems particularly fitting.