Young Kim’s the first Korean-American woman elected to Congress, Dems make fun of her

For those paying attention, the Democratic Party’s embrace of inclusion, respect and acceptance of those who are different, screeches to a grinding halt should that person hold a differing political view.

Perpetually aggrieved liberals take offense over the slightest transgression, as we saw when some on the right, mispronounced Sen. Kamala Harris’ first name, going so far as the claim this was intentional racism.


Yet, when former California Assemblywoman Young Kim defeated Rep. Gil Cisneros, D-Calif., the Korean-American Republican was mocked and ridiculed over her name, prompting actor James Woods to call out Democrats for their hypocritical message of “healing.”

“A reminder to those Democrats who support ‘healing,’ but respond to this historic moment by making jokes about Young Kim’s name: she is the first Korean-American woman ever elected to the House of Representatives,” Woods tweeted.

The outspoken conservative actor’s observation came the same day tens of thousands of Trump supporters converged on Washington to show support for the president and to express concerns over the potentially fraudulent outcome of the 2020 election.

And while Joe Biden has been pushing a message of unity and coming together since believing he has been elected the next president, the Democrat was dead silent when a violent Antifa/Black Lives Matter mob began preying on mostly women and elderly Trump supporters who had become isolated.

As for the “joking” about Kim’s name, here’s a small sampling from Twitter:

Woods was not alone in rebuking the “disgusting” responses to Kim’s name, as seen in the tweet below suggesting that it’s apparently okay because the politician is a Republican.

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

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