After the Capitol riot that left 6 dead when Right-Wing extremists supportive of President Donald Trump, stormed the building, Democrats like Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz amped up the existing “racist” and “White Supremacy” rhetoric that took hold and was labeled on President Trump shortly after he took office in 2017.
Rep. Wasserman Schultz, who has used the “White Supremacy” term against Trump in the past, pulled out for one last hooray on the eve of the Trump administration leaving The White House.
In a tweet directed at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Wasserman Schultz stated that she was “glad that he and the rest of Trump’s white supremacy-friendly Cabinet members will be out of work by this time tomorrow.”
As we said, Wasserman Schultz has been using the terms “white supremacy” and “white supremacist” very loosely, including the time when she accused Trump of giving white supremacists “permission” to go out and shoot people indiscriminately.
“After so many mass shootings, “something is seriously wrong. And it’s on your hands. It’s on your watch, and the blood is on your hands,” said Wasserman Schultz
On his way out the door, @SecPompeo used his official govt account to say
multiculturalism makes America weak. Glad that he and the rest of Trump’s white supremacy-friendly Cabinet members will be out of work by this time tomorrow. #TrumpsLastDay https://t.co/E8TE8DunFU
— Debbie Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) January 19, 2021