WASHINGTON, Nov. 17, 2015 – Toxic multiculturalism has a comfortable home in the Democratic Party. Last July, Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley was confronted by Black Lives Matter activist Patrisse Cullors, who said, “Let me be clear – every single day people are dying, not able to take another breath… We are in a state of emergency. If you don’t feel that emergency, then you are not human.”
“I think all of us have a responsibility to recognize the pain and grief caused by lives lost to violence,” said O’Malley.
Feeling a rush of endorphins that followed this exercise in political groveling, O’Malley triumphantly added a few rhetorical flourishes, “Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter.”
The audience erupted in boos. It was the wrong answer.
As Black Lives Matter activist Julius Jones explained to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, “When people say ‘all lives matter,’ it’s a violent statement because the only time that people say ‘all lives matter’ is in opposition to ‘black lives matter,’ and it’s the most violent statement of love that you can do.”
Since then, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have been extremely careful not to defend the sanctity of all human life to the strident members of a movement that sees itself as separate from humanity– or at the very least, polite society.
So it comes as no surprise that one shell-shocked Democratic office-seeker got a little lost in the weeds concerning his party’s new views on the value of some human lives as compared to others.
On hearing that ISIS terrorists murdered more than 120 Parisians last Friday, Democrat Dan Kimmel, a Minnesota House candidate, tweeted that ISIS “isn’t necessarily evil” and that the little darlings that gunned down innocent French concert goers and restaurant patrons were just “people doing what they think is best for their community.”
Now, how can that be misconstrued as a “violent statement of love”?
Minnesota House minority leader Paul Thissen respectfully asked Kimmel to drop out of the race for the good of a very embarrassed Democratic Party.
“I’m folding up the campaign tent,” Kimmel told the Minneapolis Star Tribune, calling his tweet “stupid” and that “it’s probably best for him to ‘shut up’ for the time being,” said the Tribune.
Democrats spend an inordinate amount of time pandering to their party’s primary death cult – the pro-abortion lobby. Dan Kimmel probably thought he’d get ahead of the curve by reaching out to what could be a new Democratic constituency for whom death is both weapon and sacrament.
After all, the leader of his party, President Obama, plans to bring 10,000 Syrian refugees to America over the next 12 months.
Within their ranks are likely nestled ISIS death-cult members – the ones Dan Kimmel says will do “what is best for their community.”
A community that denies any lives matter.