‘Republicans don’t give a sh*t about people’: The Democratic leadership has spoken

‘Republicans don’t give a sh*t about people’: The Democratic leadership has spoken
Barack Obama, Thomas Perez (Image: Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Those who breathed a sigh of relief after anti-Semitic black nationalist Rep. Keith Ellison was denied the stewardship of the Democratic National Committee will gasp anew when they listen to a tirade delivered by the newly anointed DNC chair. That would be former Obama Labor secretary Thomas Perez, and the remarks he made at a Democratic rally in New Jersey not only border on sedition but show how unhinged the Donks have become.

The rally was hosted by the New Jersey Working Families Alliance, a “progressive” political organization dedicated to reclaiming the Garden State on behalf of the 99%.

It’s hard to say whether Perez’s fire-and-brimstone sermon is what the group was expecting, but it’s what they got, punctuated with profanity for good measure. After urging those assembled to “march into Washington, march into New York, march into Topeka,” he proclaimed:

Donald Trump, you don’t stand for our values. Donald Trump you didn’t win the election.

Shortly afterwards, he turned his ire on the Republicans as a whole, claiming they “don’t give a sh*t about people.”

(The entire rally, including the chairman’s S-bomb can be viewed here.)

In the meantime, it’s hard to overlook the irony of the DNC chairman’s response to Trump and the GOP after a steady diet over the last eight years of nonstop putdowns by an arrogant Democratic president. Maybe Perez should ask himself whether Barack Obama’s us-vs.-the-enemy posture had something to do with the decision by the American people to vote Democrats out of office at all levels of government in record numbers.

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.


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