Women’s March co-founder calls Kentucky AG no different than ‘sell-out Negroes’ in vicious rant

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In 2018, Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory appeared on BET to receive a “social movement award” from current Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s senior advisor, Symone Sanders.

Two years later, Mallory can now be spotted on national TV smearing black Republicans who subscribe to facts and truth over fake narratives as “sell-out negroes.”

Speaking with reporters at a press conference held Friday by notorious race hustler Benjamin Crump, Mallory specifically attacked Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the Republican who’d presided over the Breonna Taylor case.

After a grand jury announced Thursday that it would not be indicting the officers who’d opened fire and unintentionally fatally shot Taylor after her boyfriend had first fired at them, Cameron issued a statement explaining the jury’s decision.

He argued essentially that though he understands “as a black man” how folks feel about the case, the facts matter first and foremost.

“My job is to present the facts to the grand jury and the grand jury then applies those facts to the law. If we simply act on emotion or outrage, there is no justice. Mob justice is not justice. Justice sought by violence is not justice. It just becomes revenge,” he said.

This apparently enraged Mallory, who during the presser Friday erupted into a vile, uncivilized, racist rant about the color of Cameron’s skin.

“[A]s I laid there and I thought him about saying he’s a black man, I thought about the ships that went into Fort Monroe and Jamestown with our people on them over 400 years ago and how there were also Black men on those ships that were responsible for bringing our people over here,” she said.

“Daniel Cameron is no different than the sellout negroes that sold our people into slavery and helped white men to capture our people, to abuse them, and to traffic them while our women were raped, while our men were raped by savages.”

“That is who you are, Daniel Cameron. You are a coward. You are a sell-out,” she continued, echoing the type of foul language sometimes heard on CNN.

She added that he was allegedly “used by the system to harm your own mama, your own black mama. We have no respect for you, no respect for your black skin, because all of our skin folk ain’t our kinfolk, and you do not belong to black people at all.”

As she spewed these vile, racist remarks, attendees of Crump’s race-baiting press conference hollered back with supportive chants like “mmm-hmm,” “she said it,” “talk to them,” “come on” and “that’s right.”

Listen:

Mallory isn’t some random person — she’s a well-known figure with deep ties to the Democrat Party and its current presidential nominee.

“Hailed as a ‘leader of tomorrow’ by Valerie Jarrett, then-senior advisor to President Obama, Tamika has the gravitas of a long-time political organizer – she served as the National Action Network’s youngest executive director,” a biography of her published by Keppler Speakers reads.

Following the death of her son’s father to gun violence, Tamika advocated for stronger gun restrictions; later, she joined [then]-Vice President Joe Biden’s gun control task force.

In a profile of her published in 2013, the New York Daily News wrote that Mallory “has Biden’s ear, a process of advising a national leader — President Obama’s point man in the drive for gun control — that she calls going from ‘the streets to the suites.'”

Five years later, she and her cohorts at the Woman’s March — including notorious antisemite Linda Sarsour — were presented with an award by Biden’s senior advisor.

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It’s unclear how much, if any, influence Mallory still has with Biden’s camp, though it seems evident that the Democrat nominee shares her mindset.

During an interview with a black radio show host back in May, Biden “jokingly” said that any black person who doesn’t vote for him in the November race “ain’t black.”

While his camp has portrayed the remark as just a “joke,” it seems telling that the mentality displayed by this joke is so prevalent among members of the left.

It also seems telling how Biden’s policy proposals concerning Israel — some of which would be harmful, not helpful to the Jewish nation — coincide with Mallory’s support for the world’s most notorious antisemite, Louis Farrakhan.

“As a leader, as a black leader in a country that is still dealing with some very serious unresolved issues as it relates to the black experience in this country, I go into a lot of difficult spaces. Wherever my people are, there that’s where I must also be,” she said last year in defense of this support.

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