Video: Marcia Fudge on House floor: Trump supporters ignorant, dumb, immoral, unpatriotic racists

As we and others have opined in recent months, Democrats and their liberal allies in the media and in Hollywood have demonstrated their absolute hatred for average Americans who have a different political point of view.  While speaking from the floor of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, did her bit to foment hate and possible violence against Trump supporters by reading a constituent letter calling Trump supporters dumb, ignorant racists.

Moreover, the letter she read questioned the patriotism of those who support the president.

“It is glaringly apparent that many who support the president’s administration are either racists, steeped in religious beliefs, ignorant, or as my mother used to say, just plain dumb,’ ” she said, reading the letter from Rev. Ronald S. Williams, a man identified by the Washington Post as the “senior pastor and chief executive of Mount Zion Fellowship in Highland Hills, Ohio.”

“I believe the crooked ascension of Trump to the Oval Office is a gauge that measures the declining patriotic and moral values of the many citizens of America,” she added.

Trending: Thanks to Netflix, The Obama Propaganda Scheme Rolls On

Translation: Everyone who supports President Trump is a dumb, ignorant, unpatriotic and immoral racist.

Additionally, the letter Fudge read called the Republican Party a Trump cult and Democrats are apparently not being violent enough in their opposition.

“My growing concern is that the Congress and Senate of the United States have more of a personal interest for themselves rather than a patriotic duty to the people they represent,” she said. “The Republicans appear to have become a Trump cult, and the Democrats refuse to move against this man in a collected, decisive way.”

Maybe Fudge would prefer pistols at 20 paces or perhaps an actual armed conflict between Democrats and Republicans.

Not surprisingly, she also called for an impeachment inquiry, Cleveland.com said.

Here’s video of the Orwellian “five-minute hate,” as posted to Twitter by Fudge.  And keep in mind, the person who reportedly wrote this is allegedly a “Christian” pastor:

Writing at the Gateway Pundit, Joseph Curl said the letter was read during a time when members can speak on just about anything.

Rep. Marc Veasey, a Democrat from Texas, was presiding over the House at the time, and apparently didn’t care too much for Fudge’s words.

“The chair will remind members that remarks and debate may not engage in personalities toward the president, including by repeating remarks made elsewhere that would be improper if spoken in the member’s own words,” Veasey said.

Fudge got slammed by a number of people, including Ohio Republican Party Chair Jane Timken.

“I hope that this was a lapse in judgement from Rep. Fudge,” Timken said in a statement. “This kind of language serves only to divide not unite – her constituents deserve more. But this goes to show that Democrats care more about playing identity politics than they do about winning back blue-dog Democrats who overwhelmingly supported the president.”

This wasn’t just a “lapse in judgement.”  This was Marcia Fudge reading a letter that obviously expressed her own personal views about those who support the president.

Rep. Marc Veasey, a Democrat from Texas, was presiding over the House at the time, and apparently didn’t care too much for Fudge’s words.

“The chair will remind members that remarks and debate may not engage in personalities toward the president, including by repeating remarks made elsewhere that would be improper if spoken in the member’s own words,” Veasey said.

Fudge got slammed by a number of people, including Ohio Republican Party Chair Jane Timken.

“I hope that this was a lapse in judgement from Rep. Fudge,” Timken said in a statement. “This kind of language serves only to divide not unite – her constituents deserve more. But this goes to show that Democrats care more about playing identity politics than they do about winning back blue-dog Democrats who overwhelmingly supported the president.”

This wasn’t just a “lapse in judgement.”  This was Marcia Fudge reading a letter that obviously expressed her own personal views about those who support the president.

Courtesy of Conservative Firing Line

 

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please hover over that comment, click the ∨ icon, and mark it as spam. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.