Don’t you dare call her oppressed! Young black woman’s bold message is personal, passionate and very popular

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With chaos in the streets and the Democratic Party and their media enablers having a stranglehold on the political narrative, it’s easy for Americans who truly love their country to get discouraged.

WARNING: SOME STRONG LANGUAGE

The United States is being sold as an oppressive nation by a party that’s dependent on identity politics to survive, and that false image is being absorbed as the truth by too many young people in this country — even though it flies in the face of the reality that people across the world continue to risk their very lives just to make it to our border.

All of this coming on the heels of electing a black man as president. And while black Americans find themselves in a precipitous position if they do not fall in line with the prescribed narrative, that did not stop a brave young woman from speaking truth to power.

The video of the passionate young woman talking about her family’s experiences, and her mother rising above the obstacles placed before her is taking the nation by storm.

She said her mother grew up in a series of foster homes and worked hard to get good grades in school so she could go the college of her choice, only to be denied when the time came because she was pregnant.

The child she carried was the young woman speaking in the video.

“Then she had my sister two years later, then got divorced — then we were homeless,” the woman went on to explain. “She worked her butt off to get a job, get us a place and start dental hygiene school.”

“A working single mother of two going to college … black in America, and she never complained once,” she continued. “In ’05, she married my dad, because she understood the importance of having a father in the home. Had two more girls … got her dental hygiene license and my dad joined the Army. And they continued to work their butts off until they bought our house in ’16. Now she owns a small business.”

With the emotion in her voice ramping up, the black woman was clear about the fact that she is not a victim.

“So no, I am not oppressed,” she declared. “Because God damn me if I disrespect my mother by playing a victim when she never did, and she’s the one who went through hell!”

In conclusion, the woman said emphatically, “So you wake up, and don’t you ever ‘Black in America’ me again, because this is the best country in the goddamn world to be black.”

It’s easy to imagine that this young lady will settle for nothing less than success in her life, with the example her mother set for her.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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