By JAVIER MANJARRESFlorida Congressman Alan Grayson (D) continues to slowly become unglued and revert back to his old divisive self, by using rhetoric that is solely aimed to incite Republicans and raise money from his liberal base for his re-election campaign.
During an interview with Politics Nation’s Rev. Al “Race Card” Sharpton, Grayson, who blames Republicans for the recent government shutdown, equated Tea Party Republicans to the Ku Klux Klan
“At this point, the Tea Party is no more popular than the Klan”- Rep. Alan Grayson (D)
The “Congressman with Guts” said the Tea Party was on an apocalyptic mission to bring about “the end of days” to the United States of America, adding that the GOP had become “the largest suicide pact in history.”
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Grayson also added that the GOP would be going out the same way the Whig Party did, and called for Speaker John Boehner to be canned, adding that he was nothing more than a “short-order cook” for the Tea Party Republicans in the House.
Shortly after Grayson made his inflammatory remarks, Jorge Bonilla, Grayson’s main Republican rival in the 2014 mid-term election, shot back at the congressman’s remarks.
Needless inflammatory remarks such as these prove, time and time again, that Mr. Grayson has absolutely nothing to offer Americans suffering under the policies of the last five years, other than buffoonishly divisive rhetoric.-Jorge Bonilla (Campaign website)
The Navy veteran has become a bit of a thorn in Grayson’s side, as he has blunted Grayson at every sneeze. Several weeks ago, NBC Latino posted a story, in which Grayson was forced to acknowledge and respond to Bonilla’s statement regarding Grayson’s referencing of Hispanics as “brown people.”Share and “Like” the story below and leave a comment