Democrat Rep Gets SUPER Racist on House Floor

In a recent spectacle that could only unfold in the hallowed halls of Congress, Democrat Rep. Ayanna Pressley took to the floor with a statement so audacious, it left many wondering if they’d accidentally stumbled into a parallel universe. “I’m so tired of white men failing up,” she declared, amidst discussions on wide-ranging misconduct at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). This wasn’t just a casual remark made over tea; this was a full-blown, racially charged rant delivered on one of the most significant stages in American politics.

Now, people, imagine for a second if the shoe were on the other foot. Picture the uproar, the calls for resignation, the endless news cycles if a white congressman had made a similar comment about any other racial group. The double standards are not just glaring; they’re blinding.

Pressley’s attack came during a hearing where FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg was already getting raked over the coals by lawmakers from both sides, grilled about a report uncovering a toxic work environment rife with sexual misconduct and harassment. While accountability is paramount, Pressley’s choice to frame her critique within a racial context added fuel to an already blazing fire of division and discord.

Republican lawmakers, including GOP Rep. Patrick McHenry, demanded apologies from Gruenberg for his leadership failures, making it clear that the issue at hand transcended race and touched on fundamental human decency and responsibility. Yet, Pressley’s comments seemed to pivot the conversation from a focus on systemic issues within the FDIC to a racially charged blame game.

What’s particularly troubling here is not just the content of Pressley’s rant but the broader implications it holds for political discourse in our country. When elected officials use their platform to generalize and disparage based on race, it doesn’t just undermine the seriousness of the issues at hand; it erodes the very fabric of our collective pursuit of equality and justice.

One can’t help but wonder if Pressley’s remarks were less about holding individuals accountable and more about scoring political points. It’s important to remember that solving the complex problems facing our nation requires unity, not division. It demands that we rise above petty racial grievances and focus on the content of character rather than the color of skin.

Ayanna Pressley may claim to be tired of “white men failing up,” but what’s truly exhausting is the relentless politicization of race. It’s time for our leaders to lead, to set examples of integrity, and to tackle the real issues without resorting to divisive rhetoric. After all, America deserves better – it deserves leaders who uplift rather than tear down, who unite rather than divide. And frankly, people, isn’t it about time we demanded just that?

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Ole feeble Joe

Pure racist. But it’s okay because she’s a democrat

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and a black female thing.

Laura Wagner

No, it is not okay. It is time and past time to call out the inherent racism employed by most democrats including Pelosi, Schumer and FJB. I am sick to death of blacks saying, “I can’t be racist because we don’t have power.” The black community helps decide who gets elected to high offices, so they DO hold power. Otherwise, no race-baiting “Squad” member would be in Congress.

John Sherwood

I am sorry, I was trying to hear what she was saying but the light glaring off of her bald head distracted me.


Now imagine if MTG said she’s tired of BLACK men failing up!!!!! ????????????????


White mens’ fault????

Look at the cities with black mayors and tell me how they are stellar.

Look at Africa. Tell me how they are doing.


Not sure what failing “up “ means! Of course this was for political points. As for unity? As long as the democrats unite under conservative principles, then yes. But the two ideologies are not compatible. There is no middle ground when one side is evil. Republicans and democrats working together is what brought this country to where it is now The republic is almost over.


Agree, a moderate is nothing more than someone who chooses to be wrong half the time rather than stay convicted and be right 100% of the time.


Amen. Anytime a politician says we need to reach across the aisle or come together or any such bs, that just means bad policy.

CJ Fitzgerald

Pressley’s overt racism is every bit as reprehensible as it was when people like Lestor Madox, George Wallace, John Stannis, Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms, and Robert Bird held positions of political power. Just because someone has black skin doesn’t mean they cannot be racist and some of the worst racists extant are still in the hallowed halls of political power in this nation, Pressley being one of them.


Ever notice racism has always come from the Democratic Party. From at least the civil war to now.


8 ball. Corner pocket.


White is a color!


It’s all good. She is safely ensconced in her armor of being a black female Democrat. She knows no one will confront her racism. No big media outlets will show her on the nightly news spewing her hate for white people. She is an integral part of ‘The Cause’ to rise up and destroy America. Racism is color-blind.

Jaml Bowman Yo

This frick’n bomb throwing bald blk dude needs to be locked up. What has become of our elected politic>


That’s a funny looking black Guy

Happy Warrior

I’m so tired of bald headed black women like you failing down!




What a joke. Clowns like pressley, biden and particularly harris have “fallen up” their entire careers.


Where’s my post


That Bald black DUDE is RACIST ! What ,that’s not a dude ? Are U sure ?