A Democrat Governor got caught making this horrible racist remark

Democrats and their allies in the media accuse every Republican of being racist.

But the real bigots are in the Democrat Party.

And now a Democrat Governor got caught making this horrible racist remark.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul steps in it 

New York Governor Kathy Hochul is one of the most radical Left Governors in America.

Hochul was a COVID vaccine fanatic, a supporter of abortion-on-demand, and there aren’t any attacks on the Second Amendment she won’t support.

But now Hochul is backpedaling because of a racist remark she made at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, accusing black students in the Bronx of being so stupid that they didn’t know what the word “computer” was.

“Now what we have is the money to build a phenomenal super computer that is gonna be accessible to the researchers in New York, college students, will attract more federal grants, and this is how we lay down the mark. No state has done this. In fact, I talk to a lot of other people who say, ‘I wish my Governor had thought of that first,’” Hochul began.

“I say, ‘No no, this is New York. We like to be first,’ with all due respect to you from other states. It’s sort of our attitude. We will be the best, we will be the first, and I want others to follow because right now we have, you know, young black kids growing up in the Bronx who don’t even know what the word ‘computer’ is. They don’t know. They don’t know these things,” Hochul added.

“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 society’s broader challenges,” Hochul concluded.

Hochul’s fellow New York Democrats slam these comments

New York Democrats didn’t hold back in their criticism.

“I’m deeply troubled by the recent statements made by Governor Kathy Hochul,” a statement from New York State Assembly Member John Zaccaro Jr. read. 

“The underlying perception conveyed about black and brown children from the Bronx is not only disheartening but also deeply concerning,” the statement continued.

Assemblywoman Karines Reyes joined the pile on.

“Our children are bright, brilliant, extremely capable, and more than deserving of any opportunities that are extended to other kids,” Reyes declared. “Do better.”

Hochul immediately went into damage control and claimed she misspoke.

But Hochul didn’t explain what she meant to say.

“I misspoke and I regret it,” Hochul said.

“Of course black children in the Bronx know what computers are — the problem is that they too often lack access to the technology needed to get on track to high-paying jobs in emerging industries like AI. That’s why I’ve been focused on increasing economic opportunity since Day One of my Administration,” Hochul rambled on.

Hochul’s remarks fit the Democrat Party tradition  

Hochul’s not the first Democrat to let it slip that she thinks minority students are inferior.

At a campaign stop in Iowa in August 2019, Joe Biden also claimed black and Latino students were “poor” whereas white students were “bright.”

“We should challenge students in these schools,” Biden said at the time.

“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 told the crowd.

“Wealthy kids, black kids, Asian kids — no I really mean it, but think how we think about it,” Biden stated.

Democrats’ ideology is that minorities aren’t equal and that the only way they can get ahead in life is to vote for Democrats who safeguard their rights.

Comments like Biden and Hochul’s are just the natural expression of that worldview.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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