Tuesday, August 8, 2017

"Maxine Waters Won’t Rule Out All-Black Party"

Via Drudge: Waters joined “The Breakfast Club” radio show on Monday morning and was asked if it was time for black people to form their own political party.

“No, not at this point,” Waters said. “You have to show that you’re willing and you’re able to put the numbers together and exercise your influence.”

“We still are not voting our influence yet,” she continued. “What we should do is organize our power, exercise our power, particularly in the Democratic Party because that’s where most of us are.”

Waters then suggested that when black people are “strong enough” they may branch out into their own party.

After black people fully participate in politics, she said, “then you can raise that kind of question–whether we are strong enough to talk about organizing another party.”

(Link to video)

16 comments:

ndspinelli said...

Rachel Dolezal has applied for membership already.

bagoh20 said...

Sure. Lets all vote by skin color. Why even vote? The census can tells us who wins.

edutcher said...

Black America was reliably at 14% of the population for decades. Now it's declining.

So IdiotGirl says let's have a party onlt for blacks.

AllenS said...

Not. Going. Anywhere.

Amartel said...

The polls will let us know who to vote for.

Amartel said...

Waters is making a play to be the next Bernie Sanders, the outsider, rebel, anti-establishment candidate who "speaks" for all the kids and other sundry fauxdisenfranchised, and will totally take their money and never win. The moron whisperer.

Amartel said...

She's just as shady as Clinton but less dialed in. Now's her chance!

Leland said...

I think it is a great idea. That should do enough harm to the evil party that I can safely ignore the stupid party, and of course, I wouldn't be a member of her racist party.

Amartel said...

Well done, Dems. Keep judging people by the color of their skins and dismissing the content of their characters and product of their minds. Meanwhile, Waters is full-tilt lefty establishment anti-fence/open borders, a position that harms poor people of all races and especially negatively affects poor blacks.

Methadras said...

A black party that will still vote Democrat? What's the point?

Sixty Grit said...

Balkanization of the democrat party can only be a good thing for America. Remove 12% of the population from their base and they will never win anything again.

Next up LGMFT party - there goes another 3%, then La Raza party - that's another 30-40% of the population, and soon enough there will be, by default, a straight white party.

Where can I send my donation to ensure that Mad Maxine succeeds?

ampersand said...

Running a black only party be too white.

Trooper York said...

Where do I sign up to help Aunt Esther with her plans.

Plus once she gets this done I hope she can get to work on water fountains, buses and lunch counters.

You go girl.

Amartel said...

President Sean King a/k/a Talcum Rex.

Jim in St Louis said...

I think the Presidential election results should prove that Dems can't win the highest office without the enthusiastic support of black voters. Dems can't win state or congressional offices without 'minority-majority' districts drawn to segregate black voters. If blacks (as a group) were to actually express their complaints and grievances they should be in a strong position to get what they want.

However (you knew there was a however coming) this is not the case. The congress has a problem with long tenure and the same people getting elected and re-elected and often passing their office over to a family member or close ally. The congressional black caucus has this problem to a worse extent. Maxine and those like her are doing just fine, and have no motivation to change the system that gives them money, power and influence. I see nothing real in a call for an 'all black' party. Maxine would never really support it. Phony outrage.

Amartel said...

Nothing real other than the opportunity to siphon money away from the gullible and keep that outrage on low boil.