Leftists say things so insanely stupid that if you didn't know any better you'd think their quotes were made up by the Babylon Bee satirical website. But since we live in clown world nowadays, the things leftists say are real and they mean what they say. It might leave some upset from the frustration of wondering how someone could be that dumb, but we need to begin looking and listening to what they say both as entertainment and an example of what not to do in pretty much any situation.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) felt it was incumbent upon himself to self-righteously denigrate Republicans concerns over the unrest currently plaguing American cities across the country while debating police reform on Thursday.
Nadler, who routinely just parrots leftist talking points, said something so asinine, so stupid that it bears repeating.
"They couldn't utter the phrase 'black lives matter' and could barely the subject of police reform," Nadler said. "Instead, their [Republicans] amendments - I've given you about half of them just listed here - were errant nonsense, off-topic, dealing with imaginary things like Antifa and completely negating the entire purpose of the bill."
"Imaginary things like Antifa." Let that sink in for a moment. That phrase came out of the mouth of a powerful elected official, who judging by his comments in full context, has no interest in working across the aisle to unite and get something done. Nadler's, and leftists in general, only focus seems to be to denigrate their counterparts to the point that they can insert unrelated items into police reform and claim credit for any legislation that might eventually be brought forth and passed in the future.
"Imaginary things like Antifa." I've personally, on more than one occasion, encountered the communists in Antifa, so for Nadler to call them "imaginary" is irresponsible at best and intentionally misleading at worst. Respect is something that politicians like Nadler should NOT receive in any capacity as long as he continues to lie on the House floor, no matter whether he's lying intentionally or simply lying from a perspective of ignorance.
For leftists, up is down, green is red and water is dry. You'd like to think there's a credible explanation for such stupidity, but alas there simply isn't other than the fact that leftists will say whatever they feel is necessary to get their way.
If you'd like to see Nadler's full comments, watch below: