One big-name Democrat decided July 4th was the day to pick a fight.
That turned out to be a bad idea.
And Trey Gowdy spoke on July 4th truth that dropped the hammer on this top Democrat.
Missouri Congresswoman and former Black Lives Matter mob leader Cori Bush smeared America on July 4 as a racist nation that still oppressed and enslaved black people.
Bush wrote on social media:
When they say that the 4th of July is about American freedom, remember this: the freedom they’re referring to is for white people. This land is stolen land and Black people still aren’t free.
We know what our own freedom looks like. End the slavery permitted under the 13th amendment. End the War on Drugs. End police violence. End health care, housing, and education apartheid. WE are the experts on our own liberation. And we won’t stop until it’s won.
Gowdy hosted his Sunday night show on July 4 and praised the promise of America.
The former South Carolina congressman admitted that America wasn’t perfect, but what made America great is the fact that America set the highest standard for itself and did its best as a nation to live up to that ideal.
“The Declaration of Independence was the ideal. The Constitution was an effort to turn the ideal into a government. And I do reflect on what could have been had we taken the majesty of that clause, all men are created equal and fully turned it into our governing document. But even in that governing document, America acknowledged two things: Number one, we are in a perpetual search for a more perfect union. Number two, while truth does not change, our Constitution could and should and would be amended to better reflect that truth America set for itself, the highest goal, the highest aspiration and when you set truth as your ideal, and seek a perfect union, you will oftentimes find both out of reach,” Gowdy stated.
Gowdy added that what made him proud to be an American was the fact that the country set the impossible as its goal.
“That is the beauty and uniqueness of America. We set a goal that is so hard to reach because truth is the only goal worth setting,” Gowdy added, “and I would rather be a country that strove for the impossible than a country that settled for what is easy, there is nothing easy about democracy. It is hard. It can be messy, we’re not a perfect country because there is no such thing. But we’re a good people, constantly striving to be a perfect union of people.”
Cori Bush was a political activist that came out of nowhere to win an election to the United States House of Representatives.
There are only 435 people in the country that can make that claim.
Cori Bush is one of them.
It’s hard to be more privileged than Cori Bush.
Yet Cori Bush – a sitting member of the government – claimed that she was not truly free in America.
Trey Gowdy’s July 4 message wasn’t directly addressed to Cori Bush, but it might as well have been.
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