Allen West Calls On Obama Condemn Alan Grayson For Using Burning Cross To Compare Tea Party To KKK

October 23, 2013 12:09 pmViews: 1137

Hate filled Alan Grayson

When you think of evil people in Congress, you may think of Nancy Pelosi or possibly Debbie Wasserman Schultz, but if you want to look into the face of real evil, you don't have to look any further that Rep Alan Grayson of Florida. He is a lesser known Congressman, but is one of the most vicious and outright liars that has even been in the United States House.

His latest stunt was to compare the Tea Party to the KKK in a fundraising letter and use an image of a burning cross to make the point. Regardless of the truth of how the KKK got started, from the Democrat party, it does not matter to Grayson. His vicious attacks on his opponents and on the Tea Party contain no verifiable facts, just hyperbole and accusations.

That's because Grayson has nothing other than his ultra-socialist-liberal agenda to push and if it means just using outright lies to get his point across, so be it. However, some like former Congressman Allen West are calling on President Obama to condemn Grayson's racist and hateful comparison. We will wait and see if that happens. After all, wasn't it Obama that called for more civility in our political discourse?

Read more on this story from Politico below:

Former Rep. Allen West is calling on President Barack Obama and other high-ranking Democrats to condemn Rep. Alan Grayson’s fundraising email that compared the Tea Party to the Ku Klux Klan and pictured a burning cross.

“The president came out and started talking about civility in our dialogue. Where is President Obama?” West said Tuesday on Fox News’s “The Kelly File.” “I think that the president should be speaking out about this. He should reprimand and censor Alan Grayson for what he said.”

West also called out other leading Democrats for their silence, asking, “Why isn’t [House Minority Leader] Nancy Pelosi speaking out about this? Why isn’t [Democratic National Chairwoman] Debbie Wasserman Schultz or [Senate Majority Leader] Harry Reid?”

“You know, we continue to hear the use of this extremist language, jihadist language, arsonist, extortionist and now this equating constitutional conservatives, people who just believe in a constitutional way of government to operate, with people who were responsible for lynchings, and horrible things in the South and all across this country,” he said.

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