Pussy Grabber’s John Lewis tweet

“All talk, no action.”

That was Pussy Grabber’s typical tweet, about John Lewis. Then he adds a word like, “Sad.” He thinks he’s being clever, when in fact it’s him and his fetid tweeting that’s sad.

images-1John Lewis is a Georgia congressman. In the early 1960s he participated in the “Freedom Rides” aiming to integrate bus travel. He knew the danger. His bus was attacked and burned by a raging mob; Lewis and other Freedom Riders were dragged off the bus and beaten. Lucky to have survived, he often saw the inside of southern jails. In 1964, he was an organizer of the “Mississippi Freedom Summer,” to restore black voting rights. Some of those workers were murdered. In 1965, Lewis was a leader of the marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Again the danger was clear.  The marchers met with extreme violence. Once again John Lewis was beaten within an inch of his life.

“All talk, no action?”

John Lewis is a hero. We can be proud such a man is in Congress.

You may disagree with John Lewis, even criticize him. But you do not insult him. You do not belittle him.

“All talk, no action?” That’s exactly what Pussy Grabber claimed about his own pussy-grabbing comments caught on tape. (Even after a dozen grabbees came forward to say otherwise.)

unknownJohn Lewis is a hero. Donald Trump is a stinking piece of crap.

 

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4 Responses to “Pussy Grabber’s John Lewis tweet”

  1. DAN FAREK Says:

    Hi Frank:
    You must let us know what you really think!!
    Dan

  2. david Says:

    “Don’t insult him” Try following your own instructions pal

  3. Catherine Broderick Says:

    Superb article. Keep writing, Frank. We need your voice now more than ever.

  4. Paul Landsberg Says:

    I think the only open question now is how bad will the next 4 years be.
    Paul

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