Wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Calvin College” — which is a Christian liberal arts institution in Grand Rapids, Michigan — this outspoken woman who calls herself “Young, Black and Conservative” just dropped a truth bomb of megaton proportion on George Takei and racists on the left. “You know what?” said the beautifully spoken young lady on her cellphone video, “It takes a certain kind of racist to decide that black people can’t have their own opinion.”
As Western Journal has reported, Takei — the gay Japanese-American actor best known for his role as Lieutenant Sulu in the Star Trek television series and movies — fired off a shocking insult at Clarence Thomas after the Supreme Court Justice dissented in the court’s recent same-sex marriage ruling. “He is a clown in blackface sitting on the Supreme Court,” Takei said. “He gets me that angry. He doesn’t belong there.”
Takei’s demeaning description of the only African American on the Supreme Court inspired this young black conservative to make a video that packs a powerful punch. Posted to her Facebook page that she says is “Dedicated to promoting Conservative Christian values among the black community,” the popular video has been viewed more than 225,000 times as of this writing.
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On the video, she goes after Democrats for “manipulating” black Americans who still, as she observes, vote Democrat in “vast numbers” despite being used and taken for granted by the party.
Though she doesn’t identify herself on the video or on her Facebook page, the young woman who says she’s from Detroit has shared her political views in the past under the name “Patty.” You can watch her confident and compelling takedown of Takei and other liberal racists by clicking on the video above.
h/t: The Blaze
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