DAILYKENN.com -- Some people see demons. Some people see space aliens. Some people see dead people. London Lamar sees racists.
She thinks Tennessee is full of 'em.
I think the far-left Democratic Party is full of moonbats.
Tennessee's newly elected state rep is the quintessential moonbat. She seems to find racism around every corner and under every nook and cranny.
It's a tell-tale indicator that Lamar is delusional.
Lamar seems to rely on this false equivalence: White Republican equals racist.
From tennesseestar.com ▼ Chris Butler
The newly elected state representative for Tennessee’s 91st district livestreamed a 15-minute rant on Facebook Wednesday and, said, among other things, Tennessee is a racist state and full of uneducated Republicans.
That newly-elected representative, London Lamar, a Democrat from Memphis, also reprimanded white men for wanting to keep more of the money they earn.
Lamar also suggested allowing felons to vote will help elect more Democrats.
“Looking here at Tennessee, let’s just call a spade a spade,” Lamar said in the video.
“Tennessee is racist, period. Period. And if you for one moment thought that white people in Tennessee were going to leave their own to jump over here and give us more access, they just told you last night it’s not happening.”
Lamar said her video was also “a letter to all our statewide political consultants and candidates.” She warned against “catering to Republicans.”
“If we look at some of the numbers last night, white men voted Republican well over 60 or 70 percent,” Lamar said.
“Obviously, that is a particular base of people who believe in superiority. They don’t believe in sharing their wealth. They don’t believe in sharing resources. They believe that you need to work for your own, and they went to the polls and voted.”
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