The Contempt in Congress

2-6-2019

 

The Contempt in Congress

 

We are told in the bible that followers of Christ will be known by their fruit (works) and that a tree produces either good fruit or bad fruit. The same can be said of any profession, corporation or place of employment and even in the home.

 

Aretha Franklin sang, “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” and we know that respect when taught in the home sets the stage for the real world of life. Children are to be raised with the biblical ground rules of Loving God; Honoring your parents, the elderly and those in authority; doing unto others as you would have them do unto you (do no harm); being satisfied with what you have; not wanting the things of others; and treating each life as if it is important (because God created it). Those children who learn these basic concepts at home tend to be better adults, more productive at work and able to make better choices in life.

 

Have you ever gone into a store or business that had a 5 gallon glass jar full of marbles? There was a sign that asked you to guess how many marbles? Maybe the winner would receive a monetary prize or a new bike? Have you ever written down and submitted your best guest estimate? Have you ever won?

 

When it comes to the U. S. Congress the average American thinks of them as that jar of marbles. Unless you have been a part of the goings on in Congress or really studied U. S. History the shroud of secrecy shields the inner workings and the individuals who have been elected to political office, their personal staff and their daily routines are a mystery. We know that according to the U. S. Constitution there are 100 members of the U. S. Senate and 435 members of the U. S. House of Representatives. That gives us a total of 535 “marbles” in our congressional jar.

 

We know that they are members of three main political parties: Democrats, Independents and Republicans. In this politically correct climate why don’t we refer to them as Democratic-Americans, Independent-Americans and Republican-Americans? Maybe it’s because it would sound stupid?

 

One may only to go online at www.senate.gov to access the U. S. Constitution to read Article 1 for the criteria of becoming a member of Congress.

 

The criteria for the U. S. Senate, is 30 years of age and a citizen for 9 years and an inhabitant of the state from which chosen. Senators are elected for six years and are divided into three classes. The first class vacates the second year, the second class expires the fourth year and the third class expires the sixth year. The Vice President of the United States is the President of the Senate. The Senate shall choose their officers and also a President pro tempore, in the absence of the Vice President or when he shall exercise the office of President of the United States. The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. Then the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside.

 

The criteria of becoming a member of the U. S. House of Representatives, 25 years of age, a citizen for 7 years and an inhabitant of the state from which chosen. Representatives are elected for 4 years. Representatives are to direct taxes (in the original Constitutional document). Their members are chosen by state based upon population. They are to choose their Speaker and other officers. The House has the sole power of Impeachment.

 

The Senate and the House shall judge the elections, returns and qualifications of its own members and a majority of each shall constitute a Quorum to do business. They each may determine the rules of its proceedings and to punish its members for disorderly behavior and with two thirds concurrence expel a member.

 

The U. S. Congress has many facets of the inner workings that are not made public, such as having many as 512 Congressional Caucuses, which equate to separate voting blocs each with a separate agenda. Of these Caucuses I have written several articles about the Congressional Black Caucus now with 55 members in the 116th Congress. The CBC prides itself on a “black only” membership and has as a number one priority the rooting out racism within the Trump administration and government while ignoring obvious racism in the Congressional Black Caucus. They have opposed Republican Presidents since Richard Nixon refused to recognize them as a legitimate Caucus.

 

The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) was established in 1971 by 13 founding members. The founding members include:

Rep. Shirley A. Chisholm (D-N.Y.)

Rep. William L. Clay, Sr. (D-Mo.)

Rep. George W. Collins (D-Ill.)

Rep. John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.)

Rep. Ronald V. Dellums (D-Calif.)

Rep. Charles C. Diggs, Jr. (D-Mich.)

Rep. Augustus F. Hawkins (D-Calif.)

Rep. Ralph H. Metcalfe (D-Ill.)

Rep. Parren J. Mitchell (D-Md.)

Rep. Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. (D-Pa.)

Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.)

Rep. Louis Stokes (D-Ohio)

Del. Walter E. Fauntroy (D-D.C.)

The Congressional Black Caucus currently has two members of the U. S. Senate, one of whom is of Indian descent, Senator Kamala Harris’s parents are from India, yet by her skin color she identifies as black (African-American) and it would appear that the CBC has already broken it’s longstanding rule as a “Blacks Only Club”.

 

Of the U. S. Congress that are some interesting items to consider, out of 535 members, there are verifiably 50 current members who are either Socialists, Communist and another 50 who have leanings toward Islam and their allegiance is not to the U. S. Constitution.  Of these there are 16 members of the Congressional Black Caucus who appear in author and historian Trevor Loudon’s book Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists And Progressives In The US Congress.

 

I have taken from Trevor Loudon’s listing of these 50 Communists and Socialists and utilizing my own research of the Congressional Black Caucus provided Caucuses, Committees, Taskforces and Democratic Party Working Groups.

 

You may be surprised (as I was) to see many of the names and faces prominent on Main Stream Media outlets and realize the underlying motives and agenda to undercut President Trump and his administration with completely manufactured resistance. Simply connect the dots with the Democratic Party, the Congressional Black Caucus, Communist Party, Democratic Socialists of America and other nefarious SWAMP entities pushing open border agendas and illegal immigrant voting “rights”.

 

2019 List of Socialists and Communists in Congress Trevor Loudon 2-4-2019

http://noisyroom.net/blog/

 

Trevor Loudon had been asked to compile a list of socialists and communists in Congress. A friend of his was challenged to name “even two socialists in Congress.” Altogether, if you add in Islamist connections he places about 100 members of the House of Representatives would struggle to pass a low-level background security check..but guess what? There are no security checks in Congress.

 

Here’s Trevor Loudon’s list of 50 of the most obvious socialists in the House, with links to my website https://keywiki.org/Main_Page for the backup evidence. Apologies to the many I’ve omitted. Please email me at trevor.newzeal@gmail.com if you’d like to be included in future lists.

 

  1. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) Has worked closely with the Communist Party USA since at least 1993. A self-described “Alinskyite.” Traveled to Cuba in 2015.
  2. Ami Bera (D-CA) Has used Communist Party USA campaign volunteers in 2010, 2014 and 2016. Also close to Democratic Socialists of America.
  3. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Very close to several key Communist Party USA allies in San Francisco in the 1970s and ’80s. Also some involvement with Democratic Socialists of America.
  4. (CBC) Barbara Lee (D-CA) Lee has been close to the Communist Party USA for decades. In the 1990s she was a leading member of the Communist Party spin-off Committees of Correspondence. Has been to Cuba more than 20 times.
  5. Ro Khanna (D-CA) Very close to Democratic Socialists of America.
  6. Salud Carbajal (D-CA) Long history with Democratic Socialists of America members.
  7. Judy Chu (D-CA) Was heavily involved with the now-defunct pro-Beijing Communist Workers Party in the 1970s and ’80s. Still works closely with former members today. China’s best friend in the US Congress.
  8. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) Worked closely with Workers World Party members in Massachusetts in the late 1990s.
  9. (CBC) Karen Bass (D-CA) Was actively involved with the Marxist-Leninist group Line of March in the 1980s. Still works closely with former members. Mentored by a leading Communist Party USA member. Also close to Democratic Socialists of America and some Freedom Road Socialist Organization members. Has been to Cuba at least 4 times.
  10. (CBC) Maxine Waters (D-CA) Long history with the Communist Party USA. Also ties to some Communist Workers Party and Workers World Party fronts. Has employed staff members from Democratic Socialists of America and League of Revolutionary Struggle.
  11. Joe Courtney (D-CT) Has worked closely with several Communist Party USA leaders.
  12. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) Has worked extremely closely with the Communist Party USA for many years. Traveled to Cuba in 2014.
  13. Jim Himes (D-CT) His 1988 thesis “The Sandinista Defense Committees and the Transformation of Political Culture in Nicaragua” was a sympathetic portrayal of Marxist government’s civilian spy network. Has worked closely with one Communist Party USA front group.
  14. Kathy Castor (D-FL) Has worked closely with Cuba and pro-Castro organizations to open US trade with the communist island.
  15. (CBC) John Lewis (D-GA) Worked closely with the Communist Party USA and Socialist Party USA in the 1960s. In recent years has worked with Democratic Socialists of America members.
  16. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) Has worked with Democratic Socialists of America members through her political career. Ties to some Filipino-American “former communists.” Worked with Communist Party USA affiliated former Congressman Dennis Kucinich to defend Soviet-Russian puppet Syrian leader Bashar-al-Assad.
  17. (CBC) Bobby Rush (D-IL) Former leader of the Maoist-leaning Black Panther Party. Has worked closely with Communist Party USA and Democratic Socialists of America. Has traveled to Cuba twice.
  18. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia (D-IL) Has worked closely with the Communist Party USA for nearly 40 years.
  19. (CBC) Danny Davis (D-IL) Was a member of Democratic Socialists of America in the mid 2000s. Has worked closely with the Communist Party USA since the 1980s. Also close to Committees of Correspondence in the 1990s.
  20. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) Was a member of Democratic Socialists of America in the 1980s and has continued to work closely with the organization. Has also worked closely with some Communist Party USA members.
  21. Dave Loebsack (D-IA) has worked closely with Socialist Party USA and Democratic Socialists of America members for many years.
  22. John Yarmuth (D-KY) has worked with Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism members. Traveled to Cuba in 2011.
  23. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) has worked closely with Democratic Socialists of America for many years.
  24. Jim McGovern (D-MA) has supported Latin American socialist and revolutionary groups for 20 years. Has traveled to Cuba at least three times.
  25. (CBC) Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) Has been endorsed by Democratic Socialists of America. Worked with Freedom Road Socialist Organization front groups and with the pro-Beijing Chinese Progressive Association in Boston.
  26. Andy Levin (D-MI) Close to Democratic Socialists of America for at least a decade.
  27. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) Democratic Socialists of America member.
  28. Betty McCollum (D-MN) Close ties to communist Laos. Has worked with Democratic Socialists of America members. Traveled to Cuba in 2014.
  29. (CBC) Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Supported by Democratic Socialists of America- controlled groups Our Revolution and National Nurses United. Reportedly a self-described “Democratic Socialist.”
  30. (CBC) Bennie Thompson (D-MS) Was close to the Communist Party USA for many years. Also supported one Communist Workers Party organization. Traveled to Cuba in 2000 and worked with Fidel Castro to train leftist American medical students in Cuba.
  31. (CBC) William Lacy Clay (D-MO) Has worked with Communist Party USA fronts for many years.
  32. (CBC) Greg Meeks (D-NY) Has traveled to Cuba at least 3 times. Was a strong supporter of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.
  33. Grace Meng (D-NY) Very close to the pro-Beijing Asian Americans for Equality. Was also active in a radical Korean-American organization.
  34. Nydia Velasquez (D-NY) Close ties to Democratic Socialists of America. Welcomed Fidel Castro to Harlem in 1995.
  35. (CBC) Yvette Clarke (D-NY) Addressed a Workers World Party rally in 2005. A close ally of a prominent Democratic Socialists of America member. Traveled to Cuba in 2007.
  36. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Was a member of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee in the 1970s and was involved with Democratic Socialists of America in the ’80s and ’90s.
  37. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) A member of Democratic Socialists of America.
  38. Jose Serrano (D-NY) Close ties to the Communist Party USA and Democratic Socialists of America. Was a strong supporter of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.
  39. (CBC) G.K. Butterfield (D-NC) Some connection to Workers World Party and Freedom Road Socialist Organization. Also close to the “former” communist-led Moral Mondays movement.
  40. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) Ties to Democratic Socialists of America. Traveled to Cuba in 2002.
  41. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) Ties to Democratic Socialists of America.
  42. Steve Cohen (D-TN) Close ties to Memphis Socialist Party USA members. Traveled to Cuba in 2011.
  43. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX) Elected to the Texas State House with Communist Party USA support. Works closely with a major communist-influenced organization.
  44. (CBC) Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) Long relationship with the Communist Party USA. Traveled to Cuba at least twice.
  45. (CBC) Marc Veasey (D-TX) Very close relationship with the Communist Party USA.
  46. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) Has been involved with Democratic Socialists of America since the 1980s.
  47. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) Has been involved with Freedom Road Socialist Organization-connected groups for many years.
  48. Mark Pocan (D-WI) Close to some Democratic Socialists of America activists. Long-time active supporter of Colombian revolutionary movements.
  49. (CBC) Gwen Moore (D-WI) Has been mentored by leading Democratic Socialists of America and Communist Party USA members.
  50. (CBC) Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) Former Young Peoples Socialist League member. Long connection to Democratic Socialists of America.

 

For more information on socialists and communists in the US Congress watch my acclaimed 90-minute documentary the Enemies Within, or read my book Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists And Progressives In The US Congress.

 

From Trevor Loudon’s listing the following 16 members of the 116th Congressional Black Caucus including their status by Congressional Seniority with Caucuses, Taskforces and Working Groups:

 

  1. John Lewis D-GA since 1987;
    1. Worked closely with the Communist Party USA and Socialist Party USA in the 1960s
    2. In recent years has worked with Democratic Socialists of America members.
  2. Eleanor Holmes Norton D-DC since 1991
  3. Maxine Waters D-CA since 1991;
    1. Former Chair 1997 – 1999;
    2. Long history with the Communist Party USA;
    3. Ties to some Communist Workers Party and Workers World Party fronts;
    4. Employed staff members from Democratic Socialists of America and League of Revolutionary Struggle;
    5. Congressional Caribbean Caucus – Co-Chair
  4. Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. D-GA since 1993;
    1. Congressional Automotive and Performance and Motorsports Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Military Family Caucus – Co-Chair:
    3. Congressional Peanut Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Working Forests Caucus – Co-Chair
  5. James E. Clyburn D-SC since 1993,
    1. Former Chair 1999 – 2001;
    2. Democratic Faith Working Group – Co-Chair
  6. Alcee L. Hastings D-FL since 1993;
    1. Congressional Everglades Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Homelessness Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional House Sugar Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Pollinator Protection Caucus – Co-Chair;
    5. Congressional Tunisia Caucus – Co-Chair;
    6. Democratic Israel Working Group – Co-Chair
  7. Eddie Bernice Johnson D-TX since 1993,
    1. Former Chair 2001 – 2003;
    2. Congressional Caucus on Bosnia – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Homelessness Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Lupus Caucus – Co-Chair;
    5. Congressional Texas Maritime Caucus – Co-Chair
  8. Bobby L. Rush D-IL since 1993;
    1. Former leader of the Maoist-leaning Black Panther Party;
    2. Worked closely with Communist Party USA and Democratic Socialists of America;
    3. Traveled to Cuba twice.
  9. Bobby Scott D-VA since 1993;
    1. Congressional Voting Rights Task Force – Co-Chair;
    2. Gun Violence Prevention Task Force – Co-Chair
  10. Bennie G. Thompson D-MS since 1993;
    1. The Congressional Task Force on Election Security – Co-Chair
  11. Sheila Jackson Lee D-TX since 1996;
    1. Congressional Afghan Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Children’s Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Nigeria Caucus – Co-Chair
  12. Elijah E. Cummings D-MD since 1996,
    1. Former Chair 2003 – 2005;
    2. Congressional Oral Health Caucus – Co-Chair
  13. Danny K. Davis D-IL since 1997;
    1. Was a member of Democratic Socialists of America in the mid 2000’s;
    2. Worked closely with the Communist Party USA since the 1980s;
    3. Close to Committees of Correspondence in the 1990s.
  14. Gregory W. Meeks D-NY since 1998;
    1. Congressional European Union Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases Caucus – Co-Chair
  15. Barbara Lee D-CA since 1998;
    1. Former Chair 2009 – 2011;
    2. Has been close to the Communist Party USA for decades.
    3. In the 1990s she was a leading member of the Communist Party spin-off Committees of Correspondence;
    4. Has been to Cuba more than 20 times;
    5. Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus – Co-Chair;
    6. Congressional Out of Poverty Caucus – Co-Chair;
    7. Congressional Sudan and South Sudan Caucus – Co-Chair;
    8. Cuba Working Group – Co-Chair;
    9. Democratic Whip Task force on Poverty, Income Inequality and Opportunity – Co-Chair;
    10. House Democratic Policy and Steering Committee – Co-Chair
  16. William Lacy Clay, Jr. D-MD since 2001
  17. David Scott D-GA since 2003
  18. G. K. Butterfield D-NC since 2004,
    1. Former Chair 2015 – 2017; Childhood Cancer Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Free File Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Out of Poverty Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Pediatric Trauma Caucus – Co-Chair;
    5. Congressional Rare Disease Caucus – Co-Chair
  19. Emanuel Cleaver, II D-MO since 2005,
    1. Former Chair 2011 – 2013
  20. Al Green D-TX since 2005
  21. Gwen Moore D-WI since 2005
  22. Yvette D. Clarke D-NY since 2007;
    1. Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Caucus on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality Technologies – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Caribbean Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Multicultural Media Caucus – Co-Chair
  23. Hank Johnson D-GA since 2007,
    1. Secretary 2019
  24. Andre Carson D-IN since 2007;
    1. Congressional Higher Education Caucus – Co-Chair
  25. Marcia L. Fudge D-OH since 2008,
    1. Former Chair 2013 – 2015;
    2. Congressional Rock and Roll Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Childhood Obesity Taskforce – Co-Chair
  26. Karen Bass D-CA since 2011,
    1. Current Chair 2019;
    2. Was actively involved with the Marxist-Leninist group Line of March in the 1980s; still works closely with former members;
    3. mentored by a leading Communist Party USA member;
    4. Close to Democratic Socialists of America and some Freedom Road Socialist Organization members;
    5. Has been to Cuba at least 4 times;
    6. Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth – Co-Chair
  27. Cedric L. Richmond D-LA since 2011;
    1. Former Chair 2017 – 2019; Congressional Home Protection Caucus;
    2. Congressional Minor league Baseball Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Refinery Caucus – Co-Chair
  28. Terri Sewell D-AL since 2011;
    1. Congressional Voting Rights Task Force – Co-Chair
  29. Frederica S. Wilson D-FL since 2011,
    1. Member At Large
  30. Donald M. Payne, Jr. D-NJ since 2012;
    1. Congressional Men’s Health Caucus – Co-Chair
  31. Joyce Beatty D-OH since 2012,
    1. 1st Vice Chair 2019;
    2. Congressional Financial and Economic literacy Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Heart and Stroke Caucus – Co-Chair
  32. Hakeem Jeffries D-NY since 2013;
    1. House Democratic Policy and communications Committee – Co-Chair
  33. Marc Veasey D-TX since 2013;
    1. Congressional Aviation Caucus – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Blue Collar Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus – Co-Chair;
    5. Congressional Voting Rights Task Force – Co-Chair;
    6. Congressional Youth Sports Caucus – Co-Chair;
    7. Access to Jobs Taskforce – Co-Chair;
    8. The Bipartisan Taskforce for Combatting Anti-Semitism – Co-Chair
  34. Robin Kelly D-IL since 2013;
    1. Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Diversifying Tech Caucus – Co-Chair;
    3. Democratic Budget Group – Co-Chair;
    4. Gun Violence Prevention Task Force – Co-Chair
  35. Cory Booker D-NJ since 2013
  36. Alma Adams D-NC since 2014;
    1. Bipartisan Congressional HBCUS Caucus – Co-Chair
  37. Brenda Lawrence D-MI since 2015,
    1. 2nd Vice Chair 2019; Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth – Co-Chair;
    2. Congressional Caucus on Women’s Issues – Co-Chair;
    3. Congressional Skilled American Workforce Caucus – Co-Chair;
    4. Democratic Women’s Working Group – Co-Chair
  38. Stacey Plaskett D-VI since 2015;
    1. Congressional Caribbean Caucus – Co-Chair
  39. Bonnie Watson Coleman D-NJ since 2015;
    1. Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls – Co-Chair
  40. Dwight Evans D-PA since 2016,
    1. Member At Large
  41. Kamala D. Harris D-CA since 2017
  42. Lisa Blunt Rochester D-DE since 2017;
    1. Access to Jobs Taskforce – Co-Chair
  43. Anthony Brown D-MD since 2017
  44. Val Butler Demings D-FL since 2017;
    1. Gun Violence Prevention Task Force – Co-Chair
  45. Al Lawson D-FL since 2017
  46. A. Donald Mceachin D-VA since 2017,
    1. Whip 2019
  47. Steven Horsford D. NV since 2018,
    1. Parlimentarian
  48. Colin Allred D-TX since 2018
  49. Antonio Delgado D-NY since 2018
  50. Jahana Hayes D-CT since 2018
  51. Lucy McBath D-GA since 2018
  52. Joe Neguse D-CO since 2018
  53. Ilhan Omar D-MN since 2018
  54. Ayanna Pressley D-MA since 2018
  55. Lauren Underwood D-IL since 2018

 

As a side note former President Barack Obama was a proud member of the CBC as a U. S. Senator and alumni continued to be a staunch supporter of the CBC as president, and his maternal grandparents were solidly connected card carrying members of the Communist Party from Washington state and in Hawaii during the time of his birth.

 

Alumni and former Rep. Keith Ellison was an active and vocal member of the CBC and the Democratic Party before being elected as Minnesota’s Attorney General in the 2018 mid-term elections.

 

Much of my writings about the Congressional Black Caucus may seem redundant or repetitive in nature, but I assure you that there is a direct correlation between the racial violence, rioting and demonstrations by leftist and Democratic causes, the resistance within the U. S. Congress and the Congressional Black Caucus. This connection has either gone unseen or kept under the cover of secrecy from the American people.

 

I will continue to investigate until such time as competent Congressional leadership or an internal IG investigation is launched to bring to accountability those members of the U. S. Congress who do not take their oath of office and allegiance to the United States of America seriously.

 

It is by an act of Almighty God that we are all created equal and through the dedication of fellow Patriots we continue to be the land of the brave and home of the free! – I am the Real Truckmaster!

 

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