01.19.2022 0

Manning: Nancy Pelosi’s ‘Communist’ View of Black Americans

Nancy Pelosi and today’s left have embraced that socialist model, the Marxist model of not integrating and having segregation and essentially creating a permanent racial divide.

Americans for Limited Government President Richard Manning is a weekly guest on Bill Martinez’s nationally syndicated radio program. This week they talked about Nancy Pelosi’s “Communist” view of race relations in America and how that relates to the Democrat’s push to federalize state and local elections.

Bill Martinez: This past Monday we celebrated Martin Luther King’s birthday. And Nancy Pelosi went right off the skids. I heard Nancy Pelosi going off the rails.

Richard Manning:  There’s always been to a fight between two factions in terms of Blacks becoming more empowered in the country. This has gone back to the turn of the 20th century. And one is the Booker T. Washington model, which is, you go out, you compete and work your tail off, and you and effectively force people to accept you. That was Booker T. Washington’s model. He founded Tuskegee Institute as a result of his hard work and intellect. He was an inventor, a teacher, and a leader. Martin Luther King, Jr. came out of the Booker T. Washington model. The other model for Black activism is represented by Malcolm X. He told his followers not to integrate into White America.You basically fight, fight, fight. He turned it into more of a war. Nancy Pelosi and today’s left have embraced that socialist model, the Marxist model of not integrating and having segregation and essentially creating a permanent racial divide. You know, and that’s where we’re at. So that’s the challenge here. Pelosi has come down on the opposite side of everything Martin Luther King stood for in terms of the content of your character, character, and the like. It’s just astonishing.

Bill Martinez: Let’s talk about the Democrats’ push to federalize all state and local elections. They’ve turned it down on process, have they not?

Richard Manning: Yes. That’s 100 percent correct. Unfortunately, the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision that they didn’t want to get involved in the 2020 election. Going back to the Voting Rights Act, it did, in fact, federalize the election process and brought more oversight of the election process in southern states. That was in the 1960s at a time when there was in fact discrimination and overt attempts to not not allow blacks to have the same capacity to vote, as as whites. That was then. Martin Luther King did want the federal government on that particular point. The challenge is, we’re not in the 1960s anymore. We’re in the 2020s and that same kind of discrimination in voting doesn’t exist. It just doesn’t exist.

And to say that, for instance, somehow Black people don’t have the capacity to get driver’s licenses and government issued identifications is just patently absurd. It’s racist on its face. And yet that’s what Nancy Pelosi is really arguing. The reason she doesn’t want voter ID is because when you are actually enforcing the one-person-one- vote principle, it’s harder for Democrats to cheat.

Bill Martinez: The truth be known, Rick, Democrats want an assured outcome. They want a guaranteed outcome and the only way they they can do that is by you know, cheating, taking control of the system, even if you listen to what Joe Biden had to say, on Martin Luther King’s birthday as well, which I thought was quite interesting. He said, ‘I don’t care about who votes I care about who counts the votes.’ Well, interesting. That’s what Stalin said. He said, It doesn’t matter who votes it only matters who counts the votes. So what does that tell you?

Richard Manning:
It tells you all you need to know. Yeah, I was astonished by that. Joe Biden should have known that whoever wrote that speech for him should be fired.

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