Gowdy: Democrats ‘will never apologize’ for defunding police, rise in crime
‘Sunday Night in America’ host calls the defund police movement a ‘lethal mistake,’ slams the left’s lack of accountability
Fox News host Trey Gowdy demanded an apology from Democratic leaders during a fiery monologue on “Sunday Night in America,” where he urged far-left lawmakers to accept accountability before the public as many of them attempt to quietly walk back support on controversial political issues which haven’t bode well for the party.
1. Voter ID
While most of the party worked to push the For the People Act through the Senate, some Democrats appeared to warm to voter ID rules they previously deemed “racist,” Gowdy observed.
“For years we were told anyone who believed you should show an I.D. to vote was motivated by racial animus, forget about the fact you have to use an I.D. to do many things in our society from cashing a check to signing up for cable,” he said.
“Turns out it wasn’t racist after all. Turns out it is only racist when we suggest it, but not when they suggest it.”
“If government is willing to provide you with an identification card, free of charge, and all you have to do is show that identification to make sure you are who you purport to be, how could that be motivated by racial animus? And what a difference a month makes, now some of those same voices on the left claim they never really opposed voter I.D., some of those same Democrats now really don’t have any problem with showing an I.D. to vote. Turns out it wasn’t racist after all. Turns out it is only racist when we suggest it. But not when they suggest it,” the host continued.
“But you probably have not gotten your apology yet,” he added.
2. Justice Amy Coney Barrett
“According to her, she does not like ‘death.’ There is more death, more crime, more mayhem because of her political beliefs,” he said. “She does not care, she would rather make her point than save her constituents’ lives. She was literally, dead wrong. She and others promised and your community would be safer with fewer cops.”
“They won’t ever apologize for this lethal mistake,” he concluded. “Even if they did, it is really hard to hear apologies from the grave.”
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