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Ron Perlman Blasts The GOP: ‘You Are The KKK Party,’ ‘F*ck You’

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In an unhinged rant, actor and leftist activist Ron Perlman blasted the Republican Party Monday, claiming the GOP is the “KKK party.”

“Hey Kevin McCarthy! Ted Cruz! Steve Scalise! How dare you suddenly start condemning the Nazi that is Steve King when you’ve been cheering him on for his entire embarrassing career! You are the KKK party. Own it muthafuckas! And one more thing…FUCK YOU!” the 68-year-old actor said.


Perlman’s outburst comes after Iowa Rep. Steve King sparked a firestorm over what appear to be remarks sympathetic to white supremacy in an interview published by the New York Times Thursday.

“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive” King was quoted as saying.“Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?”

King later condemned “anyone that supports this evil and bigoted ideology” of white nationalism and white supremacy.

“I reject those labels and the evil ideology that they define,” he said defending himself in a statement.

However, King’s comments to the Times ignited widespread outrage throughout the weekend among top Republicans and Democrats.

Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) released a statement Monday announcing he will introduce a resolution to censure King for his “rabid, racist remarks.”

King “has become too comfortable with proudly insulting, disrespecting, and denigrating people of color,” Rush said. “As with any animal that is rabid, Steve King should be set aside and isolated.”

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) soon followed with his own resolution to censure King, calling the Republican’s comments “abhorrent to the founding principles of our Nation.”

Republicans, including Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), called King’s remarks “abhorrent and racist,” while House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) promised that “action will be taken” against the GOP representative.

Perlman’s characterization of the Republican Party the “KKK party” is historically and factually erroneous.

Democrats supported slavery, nearly a hundred years of segregation and all those who wore sheets throughout American history lifted them to wear Democratic Party clothing.

Confederate Army veterans established the Ku Klux Klan, which served as the insurrectionist arm of the Democrat Party, in Tennessee in 1866. In the years following the Civil War, the KKK murdered thousands of Republicans — African-American and white.

After Democrat President Woodrow Wilson premiered Birth of a Nation in the White House, the 1915 movie resurrected the modern-day Klan, with its burning crosses and white sheets.

While left-leaning voters associate civil rights with the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, which was founded as the anti-slavery party, was responsible for winning passage of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution that officially abolished slavery in 1864. Not a single Democrat voted in favor of either the Fourteenth (House and Senate) or Fifteenth (House and Senate) Amendments guaranteeing rights of citizenship and voting to black males.

More than a hundred years of history are missing from the Democratic party’s official website.

In 2008, Barack Obama was endorsed by West Virginia Democrat Robert Byrd, himself a former Klan leader and recruiter. In 2010, failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton fondly eulogized Byrd, calling him “my friend and mentor.”

Ron Perlman is a frequent critic of President Trump and the GOP, warning in November that Trump will soon be in “chains” for “treason.”



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