Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren, and former Housing and Urban Development secretary Julian Castro, have hopped on the reparations-for-slave-descendants bandwagon.
The Blaze TV’s Deneen Borelli’s notes how ridiculous implementation of reparations would be and “so wrong on so many levels.”
Borelli’s husband is white. Does that mean he should give her a reparations check?
“Sounds good to me!” she said.
But Borelli’s husband’s family was in Italy during American slavery. Why would descendants of legal immigrants have to pay reparations?
Of course, the check would come from the government, so her husband, the white guy, would also benefit from reparations.
“And then there’s this question,” Borelli said. “Who is really black?” The government would have to do DNA tests, which would mean more government intrusion.
Warren, who pretended to be an American Indian, is also open to reparations for American Indians. Would she get a check, too?
These potential presidential candidates are “desperately seeking black votes,” and they believe supporting reparations will help them stand out in a crowded field.
“It’s going to be a crowded Democrat field and these 2020 candidates are looking to separate themselves from the pack … by proposing race-based reparations,” says @deneenborelli.
— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV) February 26, 2019
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