Did New York Governor Kathy Hochul just have her “Basket of Deplorables” moment?

I’m not sure, but I am sure this is one hatable bitch!

Sorry to all who don’t like when I use “foul language” in these articles, and you can go ahead and just send me all your email complaints — send them right in! — because I’m sorry but there is no other good way to describe this woman other than as a “hate-able bitch”.  And I think that is downright kind, compared to what she really deserves.

Let me show you what I’m talking about….

Here she is on CNN being asked about the massive Trump Rally in the Bronx last night.

Her response?

“He can invite all these clowns out there all he wants but New York is still voting for Joe Biden.”

Yes, she really said it, watch here:

Now to be completely fair (which I don’t think this hatable bitch deserves), you could argue that the so-called “Clowns” were the people there with Trump to put on the event, people like Byron Daniels.

Which would make sense she would call him a Clown because we all know what she thinks about black people (more on that in a minute).

But that’s not how people are taking it.

People are taking it how you and I took it when we just heard it…..

People are taking it as though she called the 25,000 diverse New Yorkers who turned out to see Trump last night “Clowns”.



Just add it to the list!

This evil, racist, hatable bitch (sorry, the adjectives are expanding) is having quite a month….

Remember just a few weeks ago when she said this about Black people?

Dem NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Says ‘Black Kids … Don’t Even Know What The Word ‘Computer’ Is’

My favorite response to that has been this video:

Love it....so well done!

Fight evil racism with comedy!

Here is that full report if you missed it:

Dem NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Says 'Black Kids ... Don't Even Know What The Word 'Computer' Is'

While policies like affirmative action and DEI initiatives make it clear that leftists don't believe minorities can compete based only on their merits, sometimes White Democrats are even more blatant in their rhetoric.

This week, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul sparked backlash within her own party for her demeaning depiction of inner-city Black youth.

According to the Daily Caller:

Hochul was speaking about her desire to create diverse workforces in emerging sectors like artificial intelligence (AI) while speaking at the Milken Institute Global Conference, according to the New York Post. The governor’s remarks were quickly met with criticism from Democratic lawmakers in the Bronx, who defended the children in their borough.

“Right now we have, you know, young black kids growing up in the Bronx who don’t even know what the word ‘computer’ is,” Hochul said. “They don’t know, they don’t know these things. And I want the world opened up to all of them because when you have their diverse voices innovating solutions through technology, then you’re really addressing societies’ broader challenges.”

The remark drew instant criticism via social media:

Hochul was forced to issue an apology:

Of course, she's far from the only prominent leftist to disparage minorities.

One of Joe Biden's countless gaffes was rooted in this theme, as NBC News reported in 2019:

Former Vice President Joe Biden told a crowd in Iowa on Thursday that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids," an awkward gaffe that came during a conversation about discrimination faced by low-income students.

“We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids,” Biden, who is running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, said during a town hall in Des Moines with the Asian and Latino Coalition.

He paused, then quickly clarified, “wealthy kids, black kids, Asian kids.”

“No, I really mean it, but think how we think about it,” he said.

Here's a clip of Hochul's recent remarks:

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