Democrats continually label anyone they disagree with as racist
Nancy Pelosi’s official team Twitter page claimed top Trump adviser Stephen Miller is a white supremacist who needs to be removed.
Conservative outlet PragerU was quick to inform Pelosi of one glaring issue with the claim… Miller is Jewish.
The tweet, sent Sunday, received backlash from users who told Nancy to “just go away,” “retire please” and “the race card is boring.”
Pelosi and other top Democrats have a history of playing the race card, specifically using the term “white supremacist” to attack conservatives in the age of Trump.
In August 2017 Pelosi called a group of minorities, who were holding a “Patriot Prayer Rally” in San Francisco, white supremacists.
Pelosi also called former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon a white supremacist, despite the fact he is also Jewish.
Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) followed Pelosi’s lead.
Brown echoed Pelosi’s race-baiting by saying, “I agree that Steve Bannon is a white supremacist, and [senior White House adviser] Stephen Miller seems to be. And I know that studies have shown that they have their allies sprinkled around the White House,” according to Huffington Post.
Liberal icon Tariq Nasheed said in September of 2017 that Ben Shapiro, also Jewish, is a “suspected white supremacist.”
The primary motive of these racial attacks is to take down Donald Trump, and nobody has been hit with more false claims of racism than POTUS himself.