Now, how many republicans would be able to say such an outrageously racist and insensitive comment and just get away with an ‘apology?’
Delegate Mary Ann Lisanti, who is white, “was approached by the caucus regarding her alleged remarks Monday night, after news broke that Lisanti had said the racial slur at a cigar bar in Annapolis, Maryland, while speaking to a colleague, who was also white, after work late one night.”
So, two white women, drinking, decided to refer to the district like their racist forbearers.
Are there calls from the social media mob to crucify her?
Are there people outraged, demanding that she resign her position of power within the legislature?
The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland chair, Del. Darryl Barnes, explained that Lisanti apologized multiple times, but where is the political lynch mob?
They are curiously silent.
Barnes added, and many people agree, that anyone who uses the word is “a reflection of what’s in their heart,” The Washington Post reported.
“She apologized several times,” Barnes, a Democrat, said. “She recognizes how she has hurt so many within the caucus, and she hoped to repent from this. She said that she doesn’t remember fully what happened, but she recognizes what happened.”
“I do think that someone who uses the word, it’s a reflection of what’s in their heart,” Barnes said.
She’s a bigot. However, that’s not too rare in the democrat party, so maybe people have just come to expect that sort of intolerance, and now shrug it off when liberals are busted doing it?
“Lisanti was reportedly questioned about the use of the racial slur in early February. She denied ever using the word but also said she did not remember much of that night. Lisanti also said she is sure she has used the racial slur before in her life.”
“I don’t recall that. … I don’t recall much of that evening,” Lisanti said to The Washington Post. She was also asked if she had ever used the racial slur before. “I’m sure I have. … I’m sure everyone has used it. I’ve used the f-word. I used the Lord’s name in vain,” she said.
Maryland Democratic House Speaker Michael E. Busch condemned the comments, saying Lisanti should “face the consequences of her behavior” and that “there is no place in the House of Delegates for any racial slurs — or slurs of any kind in society in general.”
However, will she?
It’s highly doubtful. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is still in power after his racist scandal. Hillary was still a powerhouse of the party despite embracing a KKK member as her ‘mentor.’
This incident shows, yet again, that democrats are racist.