Special Interest Racial Incitement at Its Peak

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Democrats, Mainstream Media berate Tea Party
Tea Party demonized, berated, by Domocrats, media

BY FRANK SALVATO – If you thought the class warfare tactic was being used successfully by the Progressive Left to instigate strife between the upper and lower classes in the United States you need to re-examine what you think you are seeing. With declarations by three Congressional Black Caucus Progressives that target the TEA Party, we witness a pathetic attempt by special interest Progressive Leftists to re-package the contrived charge of racism against what is essentially Middle Class America.

Over the past two weeks we have experienced some incredibly caustic declarations by three Congressional Black Caucus members: US Rep. Maxine Waters (P-CA), US Rep. Frederica Wilson (P-FL) and US Rep. Andre Carson (P-IN). All three, evidently, have little respect for their own President who, just after the shooting of US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), called for “toning down the rhetoric.”


On August 20, 2011, while speaking to a friendly audience at a Los Angeles “community summit,” Maxine Waters, a member of both the Progressive and Congressional Black Caucuses in the US House said:

“I’m not afraid of anybody…This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned, the ‘tea party’ can go straight to Hell.”

On August 22, 2011, at a Miami, FL, town hall meeting, Frederica Wilson, again, a member of both the Progressive and Congressional Black Caucuses in the US House said:

“Let us all remember who the real enemy is. The real enemy is the Tea Party…The Tea Party holds the Congress hostage. They have one goal in mind, and that’s to make President Obama a one-term president.”

Also in attendance was one Jesse Jackson of Rainbow/PUSH, a community organizing group that pressures institutions – both financial and otherwise – into doing things that would otherwise be considered ridiculous, like offering low-interest housing loans to unqualified buyers and coercing municipalities into hiring lower-scoring minority applicants to positions regarding public safety in the name of “diversity.” Rev. Jackson, a leader in the community organizing movement of social justice before he was eclipsed by one Barack Obama, compared the TEA Party to opposition to the civil-rights movement. “The Tea Party is a new name on an old game…Dr. King fought a ‘tea party’ in Alabama.”

It should be noted here that Democrats vehemently opposed the Civil Rights Act (a Republican Congress was necessary for the passage of this act) and all the brutality committed against Blacks throughout the Ku Klux Klan Era South happened under the governance of Democrat Governors (Orval Faubus, George Wallace, Ross Barnett, Lester Maddox, to name but a few).

And again on August 22, 2011, at a “jobs event” in Miami, Andre Carson, once again, a member of both the Progressive and Congressional Black Caucuses in the US House said:

“We have seen change in Congress…The TEA Party is stopping that change…This is the beyond symbolic change…This is the effort that we are seeing of Jim Crow. Some of these folks in Congress would love to see us as second class citizens. Some of them in Congress of this TEA Party movement would love to see you and me…hanging on a tree.”

Interesting to note, Progressive leadership in the US House, i.e. Nancy Pelosi, and at the White House, i.e. President Obama and his chief minion Valerie Jarrett, have been stunningly silent regarding these statements, illustrating a tacit approval of the attacks.

What is particularly egregious about these coordinated attempts to – for a second time –tar the TEA Party as racist and uncompassionate is that they have completely misrepresented the TEA Party. I know, shock of shocks, the Progressive Movement misrepresenting something to achieve their goal (the end justifies the means).

The TEA Party – the TEA part of the moniker, by the way, stands for “Taxed Enough Already” not “Tar the Evil Africans” – is essentially a voluntary assemblage of middle class Americans – upper middle class, middle-middle class and lower-middle class – who are tired of the federal government over-spending to the point of needing to borrow grotesque amounts of money, each and every year – from foreign entities that don’t necessarily have our best interests in the forefronts of their minds – to cover all of the campaign promises made by scheming political opportunists – from both sides of the aisle. The TEA Party’s only key demands are fiscal responsibility, limited government and tax reform.

Additionally, when one honestly – and that’s the key word, honestly – examines the people who align themselves with the TEA Party Movement they find that those who identify with the TEA Party cross all demographical lines. TEA Party people are Republicans, Libertarians, and Democrats who understand that government cannot always be the solution to society’s ills. They are Conservative and Liberal, Black, White, Red, Yellow and Brown. They are young and old. They are male, female and gay. In fact, the only demographic that cannot be found in a TEA Party crowd is a Progressive.

Now, why would Progressives not want to be part of the TEA Party? The answer is simple: Progressives find the United States of America and its Capitalist system flawed; they find the Constitution flawed; they find religion abhorrent and stupid; and they believe that government has the right to touch every aspect of your private life…without restriction. Progressives believe they are more intelligent and better than you; than the middle class; than the overwhelming majority of Americans. In the Progressive mind, the elite should rule and the ruled should not only conform to the edict decried by their intellectual superiors, they should thank them for the opportunity to be ruled.

So, if we accurately examine just who the “players” are in this political battle we have a group of elitist Progressives, who dream of a transformative oligarchy come socialist democracy, ginning-up discontent among the lower class (read: governmentally dependent class or “government trough feeders”) to manufacture a politically motivated and seething hatred for middle class Americans – the demographic that constitutes the overwhelming majority of taxpayers.

In a nutshell, it is this:

Elitist Progressives & Their Dependent Voting Block vs. Middle Class America.

And, as far as Maxine Waters is concerned, we can all go to hell.





  1. ‘I want the Tea Party to explain why they are in favor of controlling what Americans put into their bodies and what Americans do in their bedrooms. Why is the Tea Party in favor of the government telling us who we can marry and what we can do with our sexual partners in the privacy of our homes? You would have a hard time finding a Tea Party member who is in favor of same-sex marriage, and up until the early 21st century, 36 states had laws against sodomy. These laws present a textbook case of government control. Why doesn’t the Tea Party protest about this? The fact of the matter is, those affiliated with the Tea Party are perfectly fine with government control and regulation, as long as the type of control vibes with their personal agenda and beliefs. Either you are in favor of government control, or you aren’t. You can’t have it both ways, unless you’re hypocrite.”

  2. Nice spin but a false flag argument. The tenets of any movement never encompass each and every position held by each and every member. It is disingenuous to suggest that they do, ergo, you, Mr. DeMarco, are either ignorant or disingenuous…perhaps both.

    Many true and original thinking turn-of-the-century Progressives (among the self-avowed are Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton) believed in eugenics. Do you believe that each and every person identified as a Progressive today believes in eugenics?

    The plain and simple fact, Joseph, is that you are a TEA Party hater. Jesus Christ could come down from the Heavens and declare himself a TEA Party member and you would call him evil. But then, that’s what blind-followers of Progressive propaganda do, they hate, spin and lie when someone doesn’t agree with them 100%. By definition, that’s fascism…

    Best you do some research into the founding and history of your beloved Progressive Movement. If it doesn’t send chills up your spine then there is something really wrong with your mind:


  3. If hating is thinking Michelle Bachman, Scott Walker and Rick Perry are very dangerous politicians with the capability of destroying this country then YES I hate the Tea Party. It’s funny you use word the word fascism.

    As horrendous as Walker has been in Wisconsin, his actions pale in comparison to Michigan’s Republican Governor. Snyder has effectively eliminated democracy in Michigan with his fascist emergency financial manager law that gives one man the power to “suspend a regulatory statute, order, or rule prescribing the procedures for conduct of state business, when strict compliance with the statute, order, or rule would prevent, hinder, or delay necessary action in coping with the disaster or emergency.” Under the harsh measure, the governor can appoint a corporate manager to disband school districts, city charters or elected officials when he declares an emergency. If Snyder appoints one of his cohorts in the corporate world, they can terminate an entire police force and replace them with private security personnel who have no loyalty to the rule of law.

    Sound a little like fascism being carried out by a Tea Party member. Gee I wonder why people hate them?

  4. Just like a typical hater Progressive…you are confronted with a fact (a platform does not encompass each individual member’s total belief system) and you deflect, ignore, cherry pick examples and change the subject.

    Utterly pathetic and minor league.

    Joseph DeMarco…political hack, not a very good spinner, Progressive, fascist, union lover…and a gigantic waste of time…

    Last time I respond to you Joey…

  5. Tea Partiers are some of the biggest liars and corporate whores around. While claiming to be grassroots, in fact the movement is heavily funded by Koch Industries, one of the world’s biggest energy corporations. This multi-billion dollar company has been working with Republican politicians and far-right activists for the last half century. It is a never-ending supply of corporate-money to throw into the machine of democratic government. Once candidates backed by Koch are in power there will be military, weapons, technology, and manufacturing contracts for the corporation’s loyalty. Its credentials and those of its founders and many of its well-known followers are widely documented by the AFL-CIO in the New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, and other publications.

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