GOP Congressman Steve King Faces Backlash for Asking Kamala Harris if She Is Descended From 'Slaves or Slave Owners'

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
I agree that one's ancestry and heritage ought not be relevant to one's qualifications in the present.

What makes it relevant here is that the literal whore Kamala Harris has been fraudulently claiming a common heritage, a common ancestry, with black Americans, when in fact, she has no part at all in that heritage or ancestry, but rather in the heritage and ancestry of those who enslaved and abused black.

If ancestry and heritage mattered in the way that the whore is trying to make it matter, then black Americans ought to view her solidly as an enemy, and not as an ally.
Same thing applies for the faux-black hack, Obama.
 
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
 
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
If they’re all treated the same then they have nothing to worry about.
She is the offspring of college professors.
She is the age of many black children I coached back in the day and going forward. None of those kids faced any abuse. No racial epithets — except from each other!
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
Sure it does..the dems want to claim all whites had black slaves and that we owe them reparations for them being slaves---but the fact is that blacks in america owned slaves and were notorious for being the worse most evil slave owners out there. Blacks in Africa have continually been enslaving one another including their family members for thousands of years and only because whites invaded africa did this practice slow down. Pretty sure everyone from the continent is the product of slavery and rape at some point in their lineage repeatedly. Maybe we need to be teaching the real unpolitical correct history.

Kamala the ho is actually a good learning opportunity if we use her correctly. Her great grand daddy whatever---was a notoriously brutal slave owner-----and RAPIST. Lets start talking about the truth as she screams for reparations for her people. We can start with the history and then segway into her ho-ho stunts and lowered standards for her color have been the only things that have got her into her possible vp position.
Has she recently made a push for reparations, or what?
She's a ho for money hun---------the whole reparation thing is about getting a huge chunk of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ to distribute. She really doesn't give a frick about blacks getting reparations---she is just interest in how she can personally profit controlling the spread of the cash. It's how socialists work---we have to throw $$$$ at some item doesn't matter if it is real or imaginary, and then once the cash ok---it comes down to how to funnel money around so the political class and their puppet masters profit or steal outright off it.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Actually what King proves is that Harris is a descendant of a white man who raped his slaves and they had children. If you want to look at a affirmative action contrivance, look at the white woman you married since they are the ones who have benefitted the most from the policy.
Her great whatever actually pimped his slaves out-------among other things.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
Her father what a jamacian---her mother a west indian---sure as hell didn't have to come to the US ...........if it were so bad here.
 
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
If they’re all treated the same then they have nothing to worry about.
She is the offspring of college professors.
She is the age of many black children I coached back in the day and going forward. None of those kids faced any abuse. No racial epithets — except from each other!
I can't understand how someone who claims he spent so much time coaching, eating and interacting with black folks can hate black folks so much. Pretty much lets me know you are full of shit.
 
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
Her father what a jamacian---her mother a west indian---sure as hell didn't have to come to the US ...........if it were so bad here.
Well Turtleshit they did come here, now what?
 

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or invest a big chunk of reparations change in programs that would help the black community in general
Some of that can help some people. sure. But reparations need to involve a full restoration of civil rights and gun rights that were revoked without cause, not just for blacks, but for all of us who have been wronged or forced to suffer injustice in our own lifetimes.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Actually what King proves is that Harris is a descendant of a white man who raped his slaves and they had children. If you want to look at a affirmative action contrivance, look at the white woman you married since they are the ones who have benefitted the most from the policy.
Her great whatever actually pimped his slaves out-------among other things.
Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree...
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
If they’re all treated the same then they have nothing to worry about.
She is the offspring of college professors.
She is the age of many black children I coached back in the day and going forward. None of those kids faced any abuse. No racial epithets — except from each other!
I can't understand how someone who claims he spent so much time coaching, eating and interacting with black folks can hate black folks so much. Pretty much lets me know you are full of shit.
What hatred? I’m being objective.
Just because it doesn’t jibe with your victim narrative doesn’t make me hateful.
 

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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
That's absurd. I don't treat all Black people alike and I don't even know anyone who does. You, my man, have a chip on your shoulder
 

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that Stevie is great! go get 'em!




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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
That's absurd. I don't treat all Black people alike and I don't even know anyone who does. You, my man, have a chip on your shoulder
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.

OH GOODY ----racism BS is GONE----now the issue is
"COLOR SATUATION"
 

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This is short. You should read it. I don't hear any personal victimhood. Better mental health treatment for the black community as a form of "reparations." She suggests it should be studied.

Here's another. She sounds pretty reasonable, but I hear nothing about "me" in there.
 
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What a stupid question. Does he have a point?

Besides the fact that it doesn't matter....
It’s a very legit point.
Time to differentiate between actual victims and democrat affirmative action contrivances.
Regardless of who her great-great grandfather was, she has lived her life with the stigma of black skin, and therefore, she knows what it's about. Who some old dead ancestor from long ago is, is a preposterous point. IMO.
Not stigma — benefit.
The hypocrisy being that her skin color in her case had no lineage to slavery. Slave ownership but not slavery. Just like Obama. Kenyans had very little involvement with slavery and those who did were traders and sellers of slaves.
Democrats don’t like logic.
Idiot how was she treated while she was growing up, I bet it wasn't like a slave owner. Maybe she should use the excuse you guys use. My folks didn't get here until after slavery.
She came from privilege. Her sob stories are more post-civil-rights bullshit excuse-making.
What is privilege? All black folks are pretty much treated in the same manner in this country.
That's absurd. I don't treat all Black people alike and I don't even know anyone who does. You, my man, have a chip on your shoulder
Oh the Angry Black man, right.
 

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