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  • Al Franken: Republicans “Don’t Want Certain Americans To Vote”

    Today’s moment in baseless political scumbaggery comes from Minnesota Democratic Senator Al Franken.

    When filthy Democrats don’t want to debate policy, which is usually the case, they embrace name calling and race-baiting.

    While addressing voters over the weekend, the never funny Al Franken said, “Let me tell you about getting out the vote. Now Republicans don’t want you to get out the vote. They don’t want Americans, they don’t want certain Americans to vote.”

    “One hundred senators voted for the Voting Rights Act the last time it was passed. They overturned it and right away and right away states like North Carolina and Texas started going after people of color. They don’t want you to vote,” he continued.

    Al Franken’s behavior is beyond disgusting. He, like many in the Democratic party, don’t deserve the salary he’s paid or the seat he sits in.

    In April, a 12-second video of Al Franken wearing traffic cones like female breasts surfaced on the web.

    It was a boob pretending to have boobs.

    It wasn’t funny. It was sad. And what’s even sadder is that it took him four months to apologize for his stupidity.

    Sadder still, the same shamelessness Al Franken showed while holding those traffic cones up to his chest is the same shamelessness that led to his despicable race-baiting this weekend–for which he won’t be apologizing.

     

    h/t Newsbusters


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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