One of the big lies liberals and leftists tell is that only whites are racists. Wrong! Every human being can behave in a racist manner, even blacks, and other minorities. However, the “race card” cannot be used to avoid legitimate issues and questions.
Just like liberals and leftists say “no human being is illegal,” they love to claim that only whites are racists. However, racism is a human problem like all other social problems, and everyone on earth is capable of discriminating based on race, ethnicity, gender, or religion.
Liberal/leftist “elitist” blacks and other minorities accuse anyone and everyone that disagrees with them of being racist. For example, the border wall is racist, cutting welfare payments is racist, and getting rid of affirmative action laws (which are government-sanctioned racism) is racism.
Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings from Maryland and other Democrat blacks and Hispanics in Congress have long cried “racism” like the little kid that cried “wolf.” Because of their minority status, they expect “special” treatment above the law. They play the “race” card any time anyone challenges or confronts them.
The fact is that most of the black and Hispanic Democrats in Congress have enriched themselves by becoming powerful political bosses in their districts. Their constituents suffer from economic and social problems, while they play the “gate-keepers” to access government contracts and grants.
There should be audits and financial reviews of the all congressional members and their families. If there are “pay-for-play” schemes among municipal and county government officials, we can surely expect the same in Congress.
Democrats in Congress, particularly the black and Hispanic members, will scream loud about President Trump’s criticisms and his suggestion to audit or review their finances. However, taxpayers should ask about the money that has made them and their families wealthy.
It’s not racist to ask or wonder why black and minority members of Congress become wealthy, while their districts suffer in poverty and crime. It is racist for those black and minority members of Congress to use the “race card” against anyone and everyone they dislike or disagrees with them.