SHOCKING: MO Legislature Votes to EXPEL Racist Senator Chappelle-Nadal
In what I find shocking, the Missouri legislature has move quickly and decisively on Maria Chappelle-Nadal.
I said recently on FOX News that Democrats would merely beat their chests for a while. I scoffed at the statement on Friday by Missouri Lt. Governor Mike Parsons who told Senator Chappelle-Nadal to step down or be removed from office.
In light of circumstances, I stand corrected.
Only hours ago we posted that the legislature removed Chappelle-Nadal from nine committees. That was considered a formality, since they needed to do that to begin expulsion. And that’s exactly what has happened.
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Later on Tuesday, Missouri Lt. Gov. Michael L. Parson called for the Missouri Senate to go into a special session in conjunction with a veto session with the purpose of expelling the senator.
“The recent inflammatory comments made by Senator Chappelle-Nadal are unacceptable and unbefiting conduct of a Missouri State Senator,” he said. “Condemnation for these remarks was swift and bipartisan. Governor Greitens, Senator McCaskill, Congressman Clay, Congressman Cleaver, and numerous others – including myself – have called for Senator Chappelle-Nadal to resign, but she has thus far refused. I would like to thank Minority Leader Gina Walsh for her swift action to condemn the Senator’s remarks and remove her from committee assignments.”
The ramifications of this are huge.
I believe President Trump’s performance and acceptance in the black community forced this move.
First, consider the people involved in recommending for this move. As Lt. Governor Parson wrote,
Senator McCaskill, Congressman Clay, Congressman Cleaver, and numerous others – including myself.
Those are the three top Democrats in the state of Missouri, and include the two top race pimps in Missouri, namely Cleaver and Clay. You simply can’t get thrown harder or farther under the bus than Chappelle-Nadal.
Folks, this is not simply about Chappelle-Nadal.
Something much larger is afoot, and again, I believe it has to do with how well Trump resonates within the black community. Moreover, many blacks have awakened to exactly how much damage Obama did.
I wrote not long ago:
Under President Trump, the Congressional Black Circus actually have a shot at helping their constituents. And yet they refuse to support the man.
I get it. How would they explain success to the blacks who have suffered under their “leadership” for decades?
What has this organization done to actually advance black people? Funding protests, inciting riots, and teaching victimhood hasn’t helped?
Black people have lost ground in all, repeat all socioeconomic areas. And the biggest lack of socioeconomic progress happened under a black president.
I’ve written extensively on how blacks are suddenly excelling in the wake of Donald Trump’s outreach.
The way I see it, Trump slayed liberals’ sacred cow: black victimhood.
Previously, discussions of the black condition elicited things like high crime neighborhoods, bad schools, high unemployment, and so on. However, now that Trump has threatened to buy the plantation and start paying the workers, suddenly liberals’ sacred cow roasts on the rotisserie.
Soapboxie discusses black victimhood:
It is a cry of many Black Americans that, “We have not yet reached the Promised Land.” and “When will we reach our Promised Land.” Guess what? This is the 21st century and those mantras are tired and worn out. We Black Americans must create our Promised Land through high intellectual and academic achievement in addition to a prodigious work ethic
Sadly, many Black Americans believe that they need a savior to help them to achieve educational and socioeconomic parity. I heard that many Black Americans state that they voted for Barack Obama to be President of the United States solely because he is black. A lot of Black Americans pinned all of their hopes and dreams on President Obama, praying and hoping that he would get them out of a hopelessly dire socioeconomic situation and into a more affluent lifestyle. Now many Black Americans are displeased with President Obama because they believed that he did not create for them the housing and jobs that he promised that he would create
Many Black Americans contend that they are blameless for the educational and socioeconomic morass they are in. This belief and ideology are not only prevalent among lower socioeconomic classes of Black Americans but also among a few middle and upper middle socioeconomic classes of Black Americans. For example, one maternal cousin once removed, who has a Master’s Degree in Psychology and is in a high-level administrative position, steadfastly maintain that “the man” is holding “us brother/sisters back.”
The only black people who benefited under Obama are crackheads, gays, and black teen thugs.
I’m confident there is more to this story than meets the eye.
A white Republican man initiated the removal of a black race-pimp, and had the help of the Congressional Black Caucus. That is historical!