Democrats are so sensitive to any racialized language and are so afraid of being canceled by woke scolds carrying pitch forks. But that doesn’t stop them from abandoning the rules of liberalism every once in a while to attack a non-white Republican.
Now if a Republican were to do the same, and in any way satirize or poke fun of a candidate along racial lines, not only would that Republican be ridiculed in the liberal press, but he/she would undoubtedly face violent attacks from the radical left.
The left uses political violence against their perceived enemies for far, far less.
But when you’re a conservative who just so happens to be Black, Hispanic, Asian, etc., Democrats will suspend all racial sensitives with express support from their colleagues.
There are numerous examples of this phenomenon, including the attacks against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker, and now incoming GOP Rep. Mayra Flores, who is currently facing a slew of racist attacks from her far-left Democrat opponent.
Democratic Texas Rep. Vicente Gonzalez, who is up against Rep. Mayra Flores in November, paid a blogger using campaign funds who has repeatedly targeted the conservative Latina with racial stereotypes and sexually explicit attacks.
The Democrat’s Federal Election commission finance report found that the campaign paid the McHale report blog June 24 for “advertising services, according to reports. The blog has repeatedly attacked Flores, calling her “Miss Frijoles” 21 times, then “Miss Enchilada” and “cotton-picking liar.”
“We have gone through a variety of nicknames for a person who has been described as a cotton pickin’ liar,” the blog wrote.
“She hasn’t taken kindly to being called ‘Miss Frijoles’ or ‘Miss Menudo’ or ‘Miss Pozole’ or ‘Miss Enchiladas.’ In her opinion we at The McHale Report are blatant racists. She obviously has no concept of satire, particularly in the political arena. She might have an argument if we had called her “Miss Spic” as a part of our campaign against her, but when did frijoles become the equivalent of the “N” word?”
Another post stated its concern about spending the night with Flores because of her “rotten p****.”
Jerry McHale, who runs the blog, also wrote “Does Flores want Trump to come & take her p****?” in a May 13 blog post, before receiving a paycheck from the campaign. He has accused the newly-elected Republican representative as a “Trump fanatic” and vowed to continue eliciting his attacks toward her.
Flores called out the racist attacks and her opponent for paying for them, but she took it in stride and even embracing her new nickname.
My far left opponent, Vincent Gonzalez, hired a local blogger to run hateful & racist ads against me!
But, I love frijoles & I grew up eating frijoles. I am not embarrassed of my upbringings & frijoles w/tortillas de harina is simply the best. Here's to Miss Frijoles 2022 #TX34 pic.twitter.com/7z5SRGCfUv
— Mayra Flores (@MayraFlores2022) July 18, 2022
It's not looking good for Democrat Rep Vincent Gonzalez when NBC News is running articles about his hateful and racist comments towards us!!
We will remind you come election time!!
— Mayra Flores (@MayraFlores2022) July 19, 2022
Herein lies the greatest difference between Republicans and Democrats. As stated before, Democrats pretend to be highly sensitive to all racialized language and would have unleashed fire and fury against anyone directing racist vitriol toward them.
Conversely, when a non-white Republican is under attack by a liberal racist, she takes it with stride.
McHale and the Gonzalez campaign both deny the money went toward McHale’s attacks on Flores.
“I am a liberal Democrat. And it’s war against the Republican … I’m going to be merciless with her,” McHale said.
Still, Gonzalez paid for McHale’s services even though his blog was already littered with racially-charged language, including the ‘n-word,’ as noted by a recent report.
Gonzalez’s attacks come after First Lady Jill Biden compared Hispanic Americans to “breakfast tacos” during a “LatinX” lunch in San Antonio.
Flores made history when she flipped Texas 34th Congressional District in a special election last month. She will defend her seat against Democrat Rep. Vicente Gonzalez in November.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney