Hey Congresswomen, Just Because I Don’t Agree Doesn’t Mean I’m Racist … Tweet That!

If you like it then you should’ve put a ring on it, as Beyoncé would say. The inverse is: if you don’t like it, you can leave. I don’t need to hear all your complaining and hatin’ all the time. If you think you can do better … bye. And if you think your Ex is so great, go back to her! Why are you here at all?

Isn’t that the basic feeling, here?

President Trump tweeted the following: “… and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run. Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done. These places need your help badly, you can’t leave fast enough.”

In other words, “Your policy ideas stink! Just look at your countries of heritage and all the problems they have because of those kinds of policies. If you think you know so much about running a country, prove it – go there and show us how it’s done, then come back and teach us”.

Instead of taking it as just that, the media trolls and the Congresswomen got an idea. An awful idea. They had a wonderful, awful idea. Let’s sing the “Trump is a racist” song; we haven’t used it in a while and people might start to forget the words.

I wonder if they had a conversation where they realized the tweet was about their criticism of the country and their socialist ideas for running the government; the tweet didn’t mention their names, races, or skin colors. One of them might have said , “we have said worse things than that ourselves, and he didn’t actually say anything about us being women of color…”. Then, the other one may have said, ” oooh, that’s good. We should use that term women of color when we bring out the race card”. And off they went down the “if you oppose me, I’m screaming racist” tunnel. Never alone, the media rushed to the aid of all things and people anti-Trump.

Immediately and ongoingly the media began weaving the tale of the “racist tweet” against the poor, weak, innocent, victimized “women of color” in Congress. They don’t seem like victims when they stand in front of cameras boldly stating their opinions and expressing their disdain for the president and whomever doesn’t agree with them. And, frankly, I don’t have a problem with that. They, like everyone else – including the president – have a right to speak their minds. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander, no?

This twisted definition of racism is turned into another travesty when true racism is watered down by it. Many whining, self-promoting, thin-skinned, sore losers who are unable to use intellect and facts to win in the arena of thoughts and ideas rely on the R-word to give them cover. Their mockery of the cruel hatred of racism should cause them to feel ashamed of themselves.

I grew up in a time where in your face racism was not up for interpretation. When someone called me the N-word, with the scowl and vicious tone that went along with it, there was no doubt that blind, uneducated, hatred had skewed their view of me as an individual. This is NOT the case here … on any level.

So, Congresswomen – and those spewing this foolishness alongside you – stop insulting me and other thinking individuals with your feigned outrage and moral insult. You are Congresswomen in the den of politics. You can’t be both weak and strong; claiming that you’re so tough and not afraid of the big bad president while crying the big croc tears and appropriating racism when he tells you off!

There’s another saying that comes to mind and I hope you don’t feel it racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, or congresswoman-istic. When it comes to challenging your ideas and policies, if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Period.


#notAfraidToThink            #reUnifyOurCountry               #loveItOrLeaveIt

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