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Saturday, March 28, 2015

 

Democrat lawmaker in Indiana accuses 18 month of child of racism.




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Lawmaker says colleague's toddler feared her because she's black

The already contentious debate over Indiana's proposed "religious freedom" bill took a surreal twist Monday afternoon when — in the midst of discussion on the bill — a Democratic lawmaker said that a Republican lawmaker's child was "scared" of her because she is black.

The comment by Rep. Vanessa Summers drew audible gasps, in no small part because the child — the son of Rep. Jud McMillin — is 18 months old.

"I told Jud McMillin I love his son, but he's scared of me because of my color," Summers told McMillin, who is white, during debate over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the House.

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I'm 60 years old and I am afraid of fat black women as a group based on long experience, especially if they have tattoos and bad haircuts ... or are driving.
Precocious in a toddler.
 
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