“We Don’t Need Another Apology”: Congressional Hearing Erupts In Boos As Black Student Trashes Reparations Bill

Nothing infuriates the left like listening to a minority express a conservative opinion. And so it was on Wednesday when a black student who was descended from slaves who worked on Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello plantation said he opposed the idea of reparations, saying “the people who are owed for slavery are no longer here” and “we are not entitled to collect on their debts.” 

Quillette writer Coleman Hughes, who spoke at the hearing, dismissed a bill to study the prospect of reparations as “a moral and political mistake.” The crowd at the hearing, held by the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on the constitution, civil rights, and civil liberties, booed when Hughes said “black people don’t need another apology…we need safer schools and better schools. We need a better criminal justice system….we need better health care. And none of these things can be achieved through reparations for slavery.”

Watch the video: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-20/we-dont-need-another-apology-congressional-hearing-erupts-boos-black-student

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