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Wassermann Schultz Accuses Customs Director Cuccinelli of White Supremacy

Wassermann Schultz’s comments were ridiculed as being “defamatory” by Cuccinelli during the contentious exchange.

The insults have been flying on Capitol Hill as of late, with a great many of our elected officials displaying manners that we wouldn’t expect to see in even an R-Rated version of the first half of Pretty Woman.

This is all a part of “the resistance” – a movement against President Trump that Democrats are somehow proud of, despite its despicable and deplorable nature.  These rabble-rousers have insisted that the President and his team are racist, sexist, bigoted, and otherwise evil human beings, all stemming from their disappointment in the outcome of the 2016 election.

Once again, this accusatory and asinine behavior has reached Capitol Hill, as disgraced former DNC Chair Debbie Wassermann Schultz alleged that one of the nation’s top immigration officials was a “white supremacist”.

On Wednesday, during a hearing of the House Oversight Committee. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) accused acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli of pursuing a “heinous white supremacist ideology.”

Wasserman Schultz said, “You and Mr. Trump do not want anyone who looks or talks differently than Caucasians Americans to be allowed in this country.”

Cuccinelli said, “That’s false. That’s defamatory.”

Wasserman Schultz added, “You want to block all immigration and make life harder for immigrants, and you have demonstrated you will pursue this heinous, white supremacist ideology at all costs.”

Cuccinelli fired back again, insisting that neither he nor the President were racists of any capacity, to which Wassermann Schultz responded by insinuating that they had “white supremacist followers”, without offering any evidence for her derogatory claim.


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