Barbara Boxer Accused Of Being “Racial” and “Condescending”

Barabara “Don’t Call Me Ma’am” Boxer thought it would be cute to introduce statements from other black organizations while interviewing Harry Alford, President of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, during a hearing on so-called Green Jobs for the Environment and Public Works Committee.

Alford caught on to Boxer’s ploy.  He didn’t think it was cute at all to insinuate that all black people should walk in lockstep on every issue, and that a black man who didn’t fall in line with liberal dogma is somehow faulty.

In fact, Alford thought it was “racial” and “condescending” to single out black groups in attacking his opposition to basing economic policy on the faulty junk science of the global warming hoax.  And he told her so, calling her “Ma’am” several times in the process.

Because it’s fun to see Democrats called out for their reliance on identity politics and race baiting by someone other than white people, the video is below.

H/T: HotAir

One thought on “Barbara Boxer Accused Of Being “Racial” and “Condescending”

  1. edit35 says:

    “all black people should walk in lockstep on every issue, and that a black man who didn’t fall in line with liberal dogma is somehow faulty.”

    THAT is the essence of Democrat liberal dogma, is it not?

    In fact, I think it’s in the Democrat National Committee platform.

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