White newscaster arrogantly lectures black U.S. Rep. on how to be black
CNS News, a division of Media Research Center, exposes a CNN report and media interview (watch by clicking on the link) that are shocking in their arrogance.
U.S. Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) during his appearance with CNN’s “New Day” anchor Brianna Keilar accused the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) of discriminating against him by denying him membership because he’s a Republican. There are currently no Republican members of Congress in the Congressional Black Caucus. Steely-eyed, smirking and with an occasional arched eyebrow, Brianna Keilar sticks with her prepared talking points and ignores the responses of the congressman, even interjecting his remarks with, “That’s not true.“ She also accuses Congressman Donalds of “defending” President Trump, and told him his ideas are “incongruous” with those of the Congressional Black Caucus.
Unable to discern facts beyond her limited perspective, Keilar cited two leftwing newspapers to bolster her contentions.
There are black Republicans who have a keen insight into what’s best for blacks, and recognize it isn’t the democrat party. Here in Arizona Republican state Rep. Walt Blackman (LD-6) a Constitutional Conservative ably represents his constituents. He recently announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives for CD 1 now represented by a democrat.
Republican Mark Robinson is Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina, the first black elected to the second highest position in the state in 2020. He won the Republican nomination clearing the 30% threshold and avoiding a primary runoff. Robinson defeated a state senator, superintendent of public instruction, a former congresswoman, and former state representative.
Robinson is pro-life and pro-Second Amendment, and back-burners the dems driving issue of climate change, desiring America to remain energy independent, not dependent on purchasing our fuel from China, Iran and Russia, all our committed enemies.