Deborah Ross lies and insults African Americans young people and women, Ross like Hillary will say and do anything to get elected, Where is the apology from Deborah Ross?, Young people that young people African Americans and women are less likely to have the ID so they won’t vote.
“give back every dollar that was raised at an event in which racist and vile rhetoric was used.”…Dr. Ada Fisher
“Following the release of a disturbing video from a recent Deborah Ross fundraiser, the Burr campaign is calling for Deborah Ross to denounce the hateful, racially charged rhetoric used at her campaign fundraiser and return the money she raised from the New York City fundraising event in question.”…Richard Burr Campaign
“We control life, Winston, at all its levels. You are imagining that there is something called human nature which will be outraged by what we do and will turn against us. But we create human nature. Men are infinitely malleable.”…George Orwell, “1984″
Another example from the Democrat party of lies and pandering.
Deborah Ross, running for the US Senate from NC, is trying to diffuse comments made by her supporters that are demeaning to African Americans.
From The News Observer November 2, 2016.
“Ross gives away donation from man who made racist remark at fundraiser
Democrat Deborah Ross’ campaign for Senate will give a New York professor’s contribution to charity after a video showed him making racist comments during a Ross fundraiser.
The video shows Benjamin Barber at a New York fundraiser criticizing African-American Republicans. He compares them to Jewish people who assisted Nazis and concludes that “blacks who are helping the other side are seriously (expletive) in the head. They’re only helping the enemy who will destroy them.”
Barber appears to be speaking to an undercover videographer from Project Veritas, a conservative group that produces undercover videos targeting groups like Planned Parenthood and ACORN. There’s no indication Ross heard Barber’s comment.
Barber is a senior fellow at the Fordham School of Law’s Urban Consortium. He told WRALon Wednesday that the comment “was an overstatement and not one that I would make in public.””
However, I find no mention of an apology from Ross for the lies and insults in the following comments made by her captured on the video.
“Republicans know that young people, that young people African Americans and women are less likely to have the ID, so they won’t vote.”
And when she hears this “So they make it harder for them to…” she states:
“Yes, yes, yes. It’s Jim Crow. Just put the road block in…”
A blatant lie and pandering.
Where is the apology Deborah Ross?