WATCH – Undercover Video Reveals Ranking Democrat As Communist Black Supremacist

WATCH – Undercover Video Reveals Ranking Democrat As Communist Black Supremacist

Ranking Democrat caught on hidden camera: ‘I’m a former Black Panther’…

The Democratic National Committee’s Black Caucus chairwoman Virgie Rollins revealed Saturday that she used to be a member of the militant Marxist Black Panther Party.

Islamo-Marxist DNC vice chairman Keith Ellison was listening and appeared to notice the Republican tracker who was secretly taping the conversation. About a minute after Rollins first mentioned the Black Panthers, Ellison seems to look directly at the tracker and began whispering with someone next to him, but before the video cut off, it captured Rollins’ comments.

“I’m a former Black Panther,” Rollins said. “And when we talked about the movement, as a former Black Panther with Angela Davis and Kathleen Cleaver, it was important for us to make people understand that it was about the movement for us, educating us.”

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, the Panthers became a Marxist revolutionary group that called for the arming of all African Americans, the exemption of African Americans from the draft and from all sanctions of so-called white America, the release of all African Americans from jail, and the payment of compensation to African Americans for centuries of exploitation by white Americans.

The Black Panther Party believed that African American capitalists and elites could and typically did exploit and oppress others, particularly the African American working class.

Perhaps most importantly, whereas cultural nationalists placed considerable emphasis on symbolic systems, such as language and imagery, as the means to liberate African Americans, the Black Panther Party believed that such systems, though important, are ineffective in bringing about liberation.

It considered symbols as woefully inadequate to ameliorate the unjust material conditions, such as joblessness, created by capitalism.

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She touted the group’s community work, including teaching and helping to feed the poor. She also invoked Martin Luther King, Jr., even though the civil rights leader took issue with the Black Panthers’ movement.

“Mass incarceration did not just happen in Republican hands,” she said, adding a range of other issues including police brutality and charter schools.

She told listeners that they need to help direct the party as they seek to win back Congress.

“We’ve got to be out here in masses in the midterms if we want to change this country because it’s all about changing the Congress now,” she said.

“They [Democrats] cannot win without black folks and women, so it’s up to us,” she added.

She said Democrats have to do more to put money toward Communist grassroots organizers that can deliver more victories like Doug Jones’ in the Alabama Senate election.

“We’re going to do grassroots organizing in this election,” Rollins closed. “That is so important.”

“We’ve got to turn back to the revolution because it’s important,” she said. “They depend on us.”

In her mentioning of “the revolution”, she reveals her true agenda. Democrats are Communists, and everything they say or do is for one goal, and one goal only. The advancement of the Communist agenda to bring about the destruction of the United States so it can be reorganized as a Communist nation.

 


 

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