Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-OH) took to the House floor on Tuesday to read a letter from a constituent.
The letter came from a man who the Washington Post identified as Rev. Ronald S. Williams, a senior pastor and chief executive of Mount Zion Fellowship in Highland Hills, Ohio.
Here’s what Fudge read and what the pastor thought about Trump supporters:
It is glaringly apparent that many who support the president’s administration are either racists, steeped in religious beliefs, ignorant, or as my mother used to say, just plain dumb. I believe the crooked ascension of Trump to the Oval Office is a gauge that measures the declining patriotic and moral values of the many citizens of America.
As she continued the letter, she read that the Republican Party was like a “cult,” according to the constituent’s letter.
A mobster? A con man? A gangster in the White House? I think so,…
My growing concern is that the Congress and Senate of the United States have more of a personal interest for themselves rather than a patriotic duty to the people they represent.
The Republicans appear to have become a Trump cult, and the Democrats refuse to move against this man in a collected, decisive way. – Rev. Ronald S. Williams via rep. Marcia Fudge
Fudge was so proud of herself, she posted her speech on Twitter.
During today’s Special Morning Hour, I shared a letter from an OH-11 constituent concerning the current administration. Watch the video to view the full floor speech. pic.twitter.com/D3yx7lDECP
— Rep. Marcia L. Fudge (@RepMarciaFudge) June 11, 2019
She was so out of order that a member of her own Libtard Party, Rep. Marc Veasey (D-TX) bashed her saying,
The chair will remind members that remarks and debate may not engage in personalities toward the president, including by repeating remarks made elsewhere that would be improper if spoken in the member’s own words.
Fudge immediately responded and asked,
What is a ‘personality?
According to news reports, the chairman of the Republican Party in Ohio, Jane Timken, also ripped on Fudge’s comments saying,
I hope that this was a lapse in judgment from Rep. Fudge. This kind of language serves only to divide not unite — her constituents deserve more. But this goes to show that Democrats care more about playing identity politics than they do about winning back blue-dog Democrats who overwhelmingly supported the president.
She continued saying that,
House Democrats’ shock that President Trump was completely exonerated from the Mueller Report has pushed them to go off the rails in their pursuit of the president.
Do you think Rep. Marcia Fudge used a letter from a constituent to give voice on how she truly feels about Trump supporters?
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