The race-obsessed rabble in the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) intend to re-hang a painting depicting police officers as marauding racist pigs on Capitol Hill. The painting drew complaints from police officers and groups who rightly found it offensive and it was taken down by Republican congressman Duncan Hunter of California.
The removal of the painting didn’t sit well with the anti-white, anti-American commie cop-haters of the CBC and they are reportedly going to hold a ceremony to restore it to its place.
Democratic lawmakers plan to rehang a controversial painting on Capitol Hill that angered law enforcement groups with its depiction of police officers as pigs, after Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter personally took down the picture last week.
A Monday press release from the Congressional Black Caucus and Rep. Lacy Clay, D-Mo., whose office for months had sponsored the display of the student artwork, announced that Clay and CBC members will “rehang” the piece Tuesday morning in the Cannon Tunnel.
“The rehanging of this painting for public view represents more than just protecting the rights of a student artist, it is a proud statement in defense of the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which guarantees freedom of expression to every American,” the statement said, noting it had been “removed without permission or proper authority” by Hunter.
Hunter, R-Calif., personally unscrewed and removed the painting last Friday, saying he was angered by its depiction of law enforcement officers. He then delivered the painting to Clay’s office.
“Lacy can put it back up, I guess, if he wants to,” Hunter told FoxNews.com at the time, “but I’m allowed to take it down.”
The painting, hanging since June, was done by high school student David Pulphus, who had won Clay’s annual Congressional Art competition.
The acrylic painting depicts a police officer as a pig in uniform aiming a gun at African-American protesters. Above the scene, two birds — one black, one white — fight, and beside them, an African-American protester holding a scale of justice is crucified.
Law enforcement groups had strongly objected to the painting’s display on the Capitol complex grounds, with one group calling it “reprehensible, repugnant and repulsive.”
Congressional Black Caucus to rehang "Police as Pigs" painting tomorrow saying: "It’s about defending the Constitution.”
— Charles V Payne (@cvpayne) January 9, 2017
The Democrat CBC exemplifies the true legacy of Barack Obama who through his agitating has set race relations back decades and pitted Americans against each other for political gain. It’s hard to see how the battle over this monstrous painting does one thing to improve the lot in life for voters in Congressional Black Caucus members’ districts, rather it only serves to reinforce existing attitudes of hatred toward the police who are tasked with keeping law-abiding members of those communities safe from thugs and super predators.