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Because of a feud with a bigoted black House Democrat who thinks Republican parents of white children somehow boast fewer worries than Democrat parents of nonwhite children, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz felt compelled on Thursday to reveal to the world that they happen to have a non-white child of their own …

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That Gaetz felt forced to out his adopted Cuban son Nestor is sad and strange though in some ways typical in this day and age when Democrat bigotry runs amok.

Sadder still is how the reveal provoked liberal Americans into just doubling down on their known bigotry by suggesting Nestor is Gaetz’s homosexual lover.

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It’s eerie how liberal Americas love to preach about tolerance in one breath but then turn around and use homosexuality as an insult and smear.

The feud between Gaetz and black House Democrat Rep. Cedric Richmond spawned into existence during a House Judiciary Committee hearing earlier Thursday.

During the hearing on a police reform bill proposed by Democrats, Richmond grew angry over his Republican colleagues’ lack of support for the bill. According to reports, they’re more interested in the Senate bill drafted by black Sen. Tim Scott. FYI, that bill has been derided by Richmond’s white Democrat colleagues as a “token” bill.

Regardless, to convey his anger Thursday, Richmond chose to lob ludicrous, racially motivated accusations against his Republican colleagues.

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“You all are white males, you have never lived in my shoes, and you do not know what it’s like to be an African American male,” he said while arguing that the parents of non-white children somehow face more concerns than the parents of white children.

This prompted Gaetz into asking, “I appreciate your passion … are you suggesting none of us have non-white children?”

Richmond replied that he understood that some Republicans “have black grandchildren” but that the bill’s about helping “black males, black people in the streets that are getting killed, and if one of them happens to be your kid, I am concerned about them, too. And clearly I am more concerned about him than you are.”

This rightly annoyed Gaetz.

“You are claiming you have more concern for your family than I do? Who in the hell do you think you are? That is outrageous,” he said.

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Efforts to reform police behavior are in fact about helping black criminal suspects who commit the vast majority of crime in the United States and thus naturally face the highest chances of being brutalized by the police.

However, this doesn’t justify the claim that the parents of white children somehow have it easier than the parents of non-white children. Committing crime is a choice, and nobody is born a criminal.

Thus, it doesn’t make sense or abide with the facts to claim that race is to blame for the parents of non-white children worrying about police brutality. No, bad choices are to blame, period.

But instead of making this point, Gaetz chose to out his own non-white son. It was admittedly a strange decision, though it didn’t warrant him being trashed with homophobic insults, and this is a point that even disgraced former Rep. Katie Hill managed to hear loud and clear.

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Gaetz and his adopted son appeared later Thursday evening on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

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Vivek Saxena

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