Thursday, May 13, 2021

Congressman James Clyburn Says Reparations to Black America ‘Not Gonna Happen’ (WATCH)

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*ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) is mobilizing a movement demanding a black agenda, and reparations of government like we haven’t seen in quite some time.

Recently a person on twitter that used the hashtag #ADOS and tagged the founders Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell, caught up to house whip, and the highest-ranking black member of congress James Clyburn.

The congressman was caught without answers for the question of why he is not demanding reparations, and a black agenda that closes the racial wealth gap.

In the second video below Rep. Clyburn states, “If you wait for cash payments to come out of reparations you’re gonna wait forever. Its not gonna happen.” Then he proceeds to physically push the voters camera out of recording his answer, from the position it was at since the beginning of his statement.

If you recall Rep. Clyburn was also caught saying he didn’t support reparations calling them impossible.
ADOS founder Antonio Moore released an in-depth analysis of reparations here on EURweb citing to one of the foremost experts in the area economist Sandy Darity Jr. of Duke University.

Moore had this to say to EURweb about Clyburn’s statements and actions:

“We are advocating for a focused policy targeted at the black families that built this country. This is a debt and as a congressman you dont get to say the wealth that is owed to black families across this nation is impossible. The actions of Clyburn physically pushing this voters camera were inappropriate, but even further his response lacks the imagination we need to push for a real black agenda for #ADOS families.”  (SEE THE VIDEO OF REP JAMES CLYBURN BELOW)

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Reparations? Ridiculous! The several generation removed descendants of black slaves brought from Africa ought to be damned glad those ancestors were brought to America! Look at Africa today—a mess! “Reparations” could be a one-way ticket back with a small cash stipend to live in Africa. I doubt there would be many takers! Why do you think so many people are trying to get into the U.S.? It’s a better place to live than 99% of the other choices out there.

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