Leftist Democrat Al Green (Commie – TX), a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, is not happy that the President of the United States will be making an appearance to honor civil rights at the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum that is opening this weekend.
Appearing Saturday morning on MSNBC, a leading member of the Democrat Media Complex, [score]Al Green[/score] was asked about his failed efforts to impeach President Donald Trump this week in which dozens of fellow Democrats — an overwhelming majority of Democrats — actually voted against impeachment.
Unbelievably, this somehow led Al Green to compare himself to civil rights icon Rosa Parks.
“Do you this morning feel let down by your fellow Democrats?” Rep. Green was asked by the MSNBC host.
“No, I don’t. I have not one scintilla of regret. For edification purposes, the Honorable John Lewis voted with us — the Honorable Benny Thompson did as well.
When Rosa Parks took that seat on the bus, she did not do it assuming that she would end segregation in the South at that time. She did it because it was the right thing to do. In fact, it was the righteous thing.
Sometimes you have to do the right thing and perhaps, it will become the spark. We had 58 votes. That’s nearly a third of the Democratic caucus. And it’s about 57 more than a good many people thought we had.
When Dr. King [Martin Luther King, Jr.] went to jail, he didn’t think he will end segregation while he was there in a Birmingham jail. But he did the right thing. You have to stand up to hate and you have to fight it.”
Green called Trump’s appearance “a photo op.”
It probably goes without saying the Democrats and the media (but I digress) would criticize Trump for not making an appearance or for making an appearance. They are that unhinged.
I think it’s safe to say that buffoonish Democrat Congressman is no Rosa Parks. Neither is he anywhere on the same planet as the esteemed MLK. He should be ridiculed for his delusions of grandeur, a mental condition in which someone has “a false impression of one’s own importance.”