Lawmaker shares profane call over requiring students to recite ‘white nationalist’ Pledge of Allegiance

Iowa State Rep. Carter Nordman received a shocking and deeply disturbing voicemail from an anonymous caller who equated the Pledge of Allegiance to “white nationalism” and slammed America’s “racist roots.”

The enraged woman also profanely claimed that “blond-haired blue-eyed” children have more rights than others.

She started her tirade by accusing Nordman of being “the Iowa state representative who included language that requires all Iowa schools to lead the Pledge of Allegiance once a day in grades one through twelve.”

“When did we start teaching white nationalism in schools? Because that’s exactly what the f**k you’re doing, sir, and you have absolutely no right to require something like that,” she asserted in the voicemail Nordman shared on social media.

“Our children aren’t proud to be American. Maybe the white suburban kids in Adele are proud to be American because their rights are afforded to them every day and they don’t have to fight for them. But for the rest of us, who are women, the poor, the elderly, the minorities, we’re not f***king proud. What are we proud of? We’re proud of our racist history? We’re proud of our racist roots?” the woman railed.

“Is that what we’re proud of?” she ranted. “We’re proud of the fact that not all citizens of the United States are afforded the same rights and the same privileges as the blond-haired blue-eyed ones? That’s a bunch of colonizer bulls**t, Carter. And the fact that you’re f**king perpetuating that is disgusting.”

“Keep that s**t in the suburbs. You want to teach your kids to be a white nationalist, you can f**king do it. But you and [Iowa Gov.] Kim Reynolds are f**king disgusting, and you have absolutely no right to require that public schools teach children to be U.S. nationalists. F**k you and f**k this legislation,” the woman yelled.

The unhinged woman vowed that she would “make sure” that Nordman is not reelected next year. She excoriated the representative for supporting “the shame bulls**t that the Trump administration stood for,” and then claimed that he and Reynolds “still have your head so far up his a** that you can’t f**king tell where one of you ends and the other begins.”

“Absolutely disgusting, despicable, and deplorable the s**t that you f**king peddle,” she asserted. “There’s so much more important s**t that we could be worried about right now and you’re focusing on the f**king Pledge of Allegiance? Get the f**k out of here, pull your head out of your a** Carter, Jesus f**ing Christ.”

The disturbed woman who engaged in the profanity-laden temper tantrum was evidently referring to House file 415 which is a law that requires that Iowa public schools recite the Pledge of Allegiance and display the U.S. flag at least once daily.

Nordman said he called her back and she would not discuss the matter, according to Fox News.

“I called her back and said I’d be willing to discuss the bill,” he noted. “She told me that she had said everything she wanted to tell me in her voicemail and she hung up on me. Our conversation was all of 25 seconds.”

“Some people have a lot of hatred for this country and have a lot of hatred for what the United States stands for,” Nordman stated. “I think the Pledge of Allegiance can unite us all and do a lot of good for everybody, regardless of your race, your gender, your religion, your sexuality.”

“I believe that the far Left will attach the words ‘white nationalism’ to anything,” he posited.

“It doesn’t make sense to call the Pledge of Allegiance ‘white nationalism.’ I’m not sure what the Pledge of Allegiance has to do with race,” he continued. “Our flag clearly does not stand for racism, it does not stand for discrimination.”

“I think she said it out of hatred for the country,” Nordman remarked.

He said he would have liked to ask the woman, “Where else on this planet is better than America?”

Social media had some suggestions for the deranged caller:

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