Burgess Owens: A Message to Biden-Harris
“The NAACP, the Black Caucus, and Barack Obama … millionaires telling us this country doesn’t work.”
Representative-elect Burgess Owens (R-UT), the Black former NFL star whose victory over a Utah Demo boosted the number of House seats flipped by the GOP, has come out swinging against the radical elitists and leftist cadres who are core supporters of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Owens protested that the Biden-Harris “elitist class” is composed of people who live a “life of luxury,” including “the NAACP, the Black Caucus, and Barack Obama.” He says, “Many of them [are] millionaires and then telling the rest of us how this country doesn’t work.”
Regarding the Biden-Harris cadres of Marxist “Black Lives Matter” haters and their “antifa” supporters, Owens declared: “Whether it be antifa, a terrorist group, whether it be BLM, a terrorist group, I tell you one thing they have in common with the KKK: They’re cowards and bullies. They hide their face. They go out every single night. They do it in gangs. Their goal is to destroy things, to intimidate people, to hurt people, and to do all the things that are totally against the American way.”
Contrary to Biden’s “dark” vision of America, Burgess reiterated: “The team of Republican conservatives is all about hope, freedom, opportunity, and looking at each from the inside out, and not the outside in. The other side is all about divisiveness. It divides with color, with gender, with wealth.”
On his personal life, Owens said, “As someone who came out of the NFL and lost everything… If I can do it, you can do it. That’s the difference in the conservative message and those who are in the socialists and Marxists area. They want to keep you hopeless, so they get the power, and they get the benefit of you not believing in yourself.”
On cultural shifts, Owens said, “When I was growing up, 70% believed and committed to family. We now have close to 80% who believe it’s no big deal to have kids and not take care of them.” And that, he believes, as do we, is the root cause of most of our nation’s social ills.
- Burgess Owens
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