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Candace Owens Says ‘White Nationalism’ is A Political Slogan to Scare Minorities into Supporting Democrat Party


Candace Owens, a black conservative activist, derailed Jerry Nadler’s House Judiciary hearing on ‘Hate Crimes and White Nationalism’ by calling out the hype around ‘white nationalism’, which she says is used to scare minorities into supporting the Democratic Party. She stated, “Democrats have been conning minorities into the belief that we are perpetual victims, all but ensuring our failure. Racial division and class warfare are central to the Democrat Party platform. They need Blacks to hate whites, rich to hate poor. Soon enough, it will be the tall hating the short.” -GEG

Conservative activist Candace Owens derailed Jerry Nadler’s House Judiciary Committee hearing on “Hate Crimes and White Nationalism” by calling it out as a farce to scare minorities into supporting censorship and the Democratic Party.

Rush transcript via Real Clear Politics:

CANDACE OWENS, TURNING POINT USA: Mr. Chairman, Ranking
Member Mr. Collins thank you for having me here today. I received word
on my way in that many of the journalist were confused as to why I was
invited and none of them knew that I am myself was a victim of a hate
crime when I was in high school. That is something that very few people
know about me because the media and the journalists on the left are not
interested in telling the truth about me because I don’t fit the
stereotype of what they like to see in black people. I am a Democrat. I
support the President of the United States and I advocate for things
that are actually affecting the black community.

I am honored to be here today in front of you all because the person
sitting behind me is my 75-year-old grandfather. I have always
considered myself to be my grandfather’s child and I mean to say that my
sense of humor, my passion and my work ethic all comes from the man
that is sitting behind me.

My grandfather grew up on a sharecropping farm in the segregated South.
He grew up in an America where words like racism and white nationalism
held real meaning under the Democratic Party’s Jim Crow laws. My
grandfather’s first job was given to him at the age of five years old
and his job was to lay tobacco out to dry in an addict in the South. My
grandfather has picked cotton and he has also had experiences with the
Democrat terrorist organization of that time, the Ku Klux Klan. They
would regularly visit his home and they would shoot bullets into it.
They had an issue with his father, my great-grandfather.

During my formative years I have the privilege of growing up in my
grandfather’s home. It is going to shock the committee but not once, not
in a single breath of a conversation did my grandfather and tell me
that I could not do something because of my skin color. Not once did my
grandfather hold a gripe against the white man. I was simply never
taught to view myself as a victim because of my heritage. I–I learned
about faith in God, family and hard work. Those were the only lessons of
my childhood.

There isn’t a single adult today that in good conscience would make the
argument that America is a more racist, more white nationalist society
than it was when my grandfather was growing up and yet we are hearing
these terms center around today because what they want to say is that
brown people need to be scared which seems to be the narrative that we
hear every four years right ahead of a presidential election.

Here are some things we never hear. 75 percent of the black boys in
California don’t meet state reading standards. In inner cities like
Baltimore within five high schools and one middle school not a single
student was found to be proficient in math or reading in 2016. The
singlehood–these single motherhood rate in the black community which is
at 23 percent in the 1960s when my grandfather was coming out is at a
staggering 74 percent today. I am guessing there will be no committee
hearings about that. There are more black babies born–there are more
black babies aborted than born alive in cities like New York and you
have Democrat governor Andrew Cuomo lighting of buildings to celebrate
late-term abortions. I could go on and on. My point is that white
nationalist–white nationalism does not do any of those things that I
just brought up. Democrat policies did. Let me be clear the hearing
today is not about white nationalism or hate crimes, it is about fear
mongering, power and control. It is a preview of a Democrat 20/20
election strategy the same as the Democrat 2016 election strategy. They
blame Facebook. They blame Google. They blame Twitter. Really, they
blame the birth of social media which has disrupted their monopoly on
minds. They called this hearing because they believe that if it wasn’t
for social media voices like mine would never exist, that my movement
Blexit which is inspiring lack of Americans to lead–to leave the
Democrat party would have never come about and they certainly believe
that Donald Trump would not be in office today.

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