September 26, 2015
Good news, everyone!
State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, R-Cranberry, no stranger to controversy, created a stir Thursday when he asserted on the House floor that “a white nationalist … is a lot different than a white supremacist” and appeared to defend having invited a man with alleged white nationalist ties to testify before his state government committee earlier this week.
Mr. Metcalfe was responding to comments by Rep. Leslie Acosta, D-Philadelphia, who said she felt silenced unfairly in Mr. Metcalfe’s state government committee Monday during a hearing on a bill to make English Pennsylvania’s “official” language.
“I’m a duly elected member of this body,” she said. “My statements were ignored, silenced and disrespected.”
Mr. Metcalfe responded by saying Thursday that the hearing had been unfairly maligned in an email from the Southern Poverty Law Center, identifying one of the speakers as an “alleged white supremacist,” Mr. Metcalfe said.
He said “a white nationalist … is a lot different than a white supremacist.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center monitors domestic hate groups and extremists. An email from the group said Robert “Bob” Vandervoort, who testified at the Monday hearing, is the head of ProEnglish, which it identified as a “nativist extremist group.” On Monday, when asked about the characterization, he said he does not consider himself a white nationalist.
“I think that’s a total distortion and smear on behalf of the SPLC and it’s unfortunate they have to resort to name-calling.”
SPLC resorting to name-calling?
This guy must be nuts!
The SPLC is a completely respectable organization that mainly focuses exclusively on harassing people who they disagree with politically. The do it because it is morally correct, or… whatever.
American needs morality, goyim, and if harassing people’s families and business in order to try and bully them into shutting up is what is necessary to enforce the objectively correct morality of the SPLC, than so be it.
But name calling?
I highly doubt they would do that.
And obviously ProEnglish is a White Supremacist group which seeks to oppress minorities.
Just look at their mission statement:
ProEnglish is the nation’s leading advocate of official English. We work through the courts and in the court of public opinion to defend English’s historic role as America’s common, unifying language, and to persuade lawmakers to adopt English as the official language at all levels of government.
Now, if that isn’t pure evil, then I don’t know what is.