Six years ago, John Lewis (ZANU-PF) cooked up a race hoax, in which he asserted that when he left the Capitol Building after debating the Obamacare bill, white protesters spat on him and called him, “nigger.” Andrew Breitbart offered $100,000 to anyone who could come up with video proof backing up Lewis. No one did. Videos were taken at the time, which I viewed, of Lewis walking through the predominantly white crowd unmolested.
In 2014-2015, Lewis promoted a race hoax, in which white racists “bombed” a Colorado NAACP. No such incident had occurred.
48 yrs ago today, my friend, my brother, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, TN. The light of his life still shines.— John Lewis (@repjohnlewis) April 4, 2016
Lewis’ entire political career is based on his having allegedly been a “civil rights legend.” First of all, the “civil rights movement” is just a fancy name for organized black supremacism. We don’t call white supremacists “civil rights legends.” Maybe we ought to.
Second, Lewis’ claim to fame was that he was allegedly beaten almost to death by racist whites during the 1960s. Aside from the fact that Lewis was marching for evil, and thus no kind of hero, since he has proved himself a pathological liar, I see no reason to believe this apparent racial fairy tale, unless I can find triple corroboration from unassailable sources.