If You’re Against DC Becoming a State, You’re Racist
Any time that the liberals want to push an issue, theyâll throw out racism to make people feel guilty. Youâre either with them or youâre racist. Common sense has gone right out the window.
Democrats are eager to turn Washington D.C. into its own state. They forget that the Constitution had created this area as a way to establish neutral grounds.
So, whatâs the rush?
Well, if D.C. becomes a state, they get their own Senators and Representatives. And, since D.C. just happens to be a blue area in the country, it would help to secure a majority.
Thereâs no way that the Democratic Party would be pushing statehood for the District of Columbia if they voted red. This is all a ploy to gain a majority in Congress.
Yet, weâre not supposed to figure that out. They depend on us to be stupid so that they can cheat right under our noses.
And Representative Mondaire Jones, a Democrat out of New York, has said that itâs âracist activityâ for the GOP to oppose the move to turn D.C. into a state. When the Representative spoke on CNNâs âSmerconish,â he compared the population of the district to that of Vermont or Wyoming.
What does a stateâs population have to do with anything? That would be as if to say that Rhode Island shouldnât get a vote because it has such a small population.
For being a Representative, Jones doesnât seem to understand the basic concept of what Washington, D.C. really is. The U.S. Constitution is clear. There should be a federal district that is under the jurisdiction of Congress. It cannot be a part of any U.S. state.
Butâ¦butâ¦thatâs not fair.
Oh, itâs fair alright. Jones and other Democrats just donât like it.
And rather than simply abide by the contents of the Constitution, Jones wants to turn it into another example of systemic racism.
âAnd the fact is, and something that Iâm hoping people increasingly become aware of is that if you oppose systems of white supremacy, each if you do not consider yourself to be racist you are engaging in a racist activity.â
Saw what, now?
Jones believes that itâs not about the Constitution. Instead, he wants to believe that the GOP is against adopting D.C. into statehood because the demographics in D.C are âoverwhelmingly peace of color.â
There it is. Heâs dropped the race card.
There are high demographics of people of color in every state â and the GOP supports them. In some instances, members of the GOP are even representing them. And, there are people of color within the GOP.
So, it simply cannot be an argument.
Thatâs not going to stop Mondaire Jones from calling it a âsinisterâ thing because the GOP wonât support statehood. He wonât accept the constitutional argument, either, because he believes that people are getting taxed without representation.
Really? So, when the Constitution reads that Congress handles that, he doesnât feel that 100 Senators and 435 Representatives from across the nation are capable of representing the needs of DC. He must also forget that DC has a city council, where the needs of the people are regularly addressed.
Jones picked two states (Wyoming and Vermont) to compare to because they are âoverwhelmingly white states.â Hmm, guess thatâs why he didnât choose states like North Carolina, Ohio, or Maryland to compare to, known for having some of the highest black populations.
Itâs just another way for the Democrats to call foul. They want to rig the elections from now until kingdom come â and theyâll throw out the race card whenever it appears as though the GOP will use things like common sense and the Constitution to prove right from wrong.
D.C. canât become a state. It simply cannot because of the Constitution. To allow it to enter would mean that every U.S. territory would suddenly want representation, too. Itâs not about white supremacy. Itâs about adhering to the building blocks of our country.