Tax money to study reparations!

Reparations for slavery have gone from the far-left wing of the Democrat party to the mainstream.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer voiced his support for House Resolution 40, a bill resubmitted earlier this year by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), which would create a ‘reparations commission.’

The resolution, co-sponsored by 107 Democrats, states that it would “establish a commission to study and consider a national apology and proposal for reparations for the institution of slavery.”

An apology and payment for something that no American alive today has experienced.

Schumer chimed in with a full-throated endorsement of the legislation, and in doing so, disgracefully painted America as a racist nation even today.

“Racism is the poison in America, it’s in the American bones, unfortunately,” Schumer said without evidence. “The legacy of slavery and Jim Crow is still with us.”

The Democrat legacy of fighting for slavery? The Democrat legacy of Jim Crow? That one?

Schumer, in his pandering desperation for the black vote, took a shot at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who, like most of America,  opposes reparations.

“What McConnell said was just preposterous and that’s why I’m supporting this legislation,” Schumer told Axios. “In his actions as majority leader, he’s done nothing to combat bigotry.”

A little news: Sen. Chuck Schumer says he will support the legislation by Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee to form a commission to study reparations for slavery  
                       — Alexi McCammond (@alexi) July 16, 2019

“When a significant part of America is held back, all of America is held back,” Schumer added, allowing he and his party’20s ridiculous white guilt to take a hold of him.

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