‘Squad’ Democrat Lashes Out After Vivek Ramaswamy Compared Her The KKK

U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) lashed out at GOP presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy for comparing rhetoric coming from “anti-racism” advocates to the KKK.

During a campaign appearance in Iowa last Friday, Ramaswamy took aim at Pressley and Ibram X. Kendi over their rhetoric on race in America. Kendi — an “anti-racism” consultant — has been promoted in a number of school districts across the nation. His signature book How To Be An Anti-Racist argues that the remedy to “past discrimination is future discrimination” while using a circular definition of “racism.”

When asked how he would respond to leftist media outlets accusing him of catering to “white supremacy,” Ramaswamy quoted both Pressley and Kendi. “Ayanna Pressley, she’s in the Congress today,” Ramaswamy responded. “She’s a member of ‘the squad.’ Her words, not mine: ‘We don’t want any more Black faces that don’t want to be a Black voice. We don’t want any more brown faces that don’t want to be a brown voice.’”

“The greatest racism I’ve experienced ― and I have experienced racism ― comes from the modern left at a scale unimaginable,” the GOP hopeful added.  “Because I think they feel a sense of betrayal, saying that, ‘You’re not



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