Iowa State Representative Carter Nordman shared a voicemail message from an anonymous caller who condemned the pledge of allegiance as “white nationalism,” lambasted the “racist roots” of the America and suggested that “blond-haired and blue-eyed” children have more rights in a tirade of profanity. Nordman told Fox News he called her back and she declined to discuss the matter further with him.
The caller began his post by noting that Nordman is “the representative for the State of Iowa who included a language that requires all schools in Iowa to take the oath of allegiance once a day of the first to twelfth year “.
“When did we start teaching white nationalism in schools? Because that’s exactly what you do, sir, and you have absolutely no right to demand anything like that,” the caller added. . “Our children are not proud to be Americans. Maybe the white children in the suburbs of Adele are proud to be Americans because they are granted their rights every day and they don’t have to. fight for them. But for the rest of us who are women, poor, old, minorities, we are not proud of the king. What are we proud of? We are proud of our history racist? Are we proud of our racist roots? “
“Is that what we’re proud of?” She continued. “We are proud of the fact that not all citizens of the United States have the same rights and privileges as blondes with blue eyes? That you f ** king perpetuating is disgusting.”
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“Keep that shit in the suburbs. You want to teach your kids to be a white nationalist, you can fucking do it. But you and [Iowa Gov.] Kim Reynolds is disgusting, and you have absolutely no right to demand that public schools teach children to be American nationalists. F ** k you and f ** k this legislation, “the caller shouted.
The caller then vowed that she would “make sure” Nordman loses his re-election campaign next year. She condemned him for supporting “the bulls of shame that the Trump administration stood for,” and she claimed that he and Reynolds “still have their heads so high up their asses you can’t tell where f ** king one of you ends and the other begins. “
“Absolutely disgusting, despicable and deplorable the shit you f ** king peddle,” she added. “There are so many more important things we could be worrying about right now and you’re focusing on the f ** king Pledge of Allegiance? Get the f ** k out of here, get your head out of your a ** Carter , Jesus fucking Christ. “
Internal File 415 – which became law when passed as an amendment to a larger piece of legislation – requires public schools in Iowa to recite the Oath of Allegiance and display the American flag at least once. times a day. Lawmakers drafted the bill after realizing that Iowa was one of the few states that did not already require a recitation of the pledge.
In an interview on Sunday, Nordman told Fox News he called the woman back but refused to discuss the issue with him.
“I called her back and told her that I would be ready to discuss the bill,” he said.
“She told me she said everything she wanted to say to me in her voicemail and she hung up on me,” recalls Nordman. “Our conversation lasted 25 seconds.”
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Nordman told Fox News he shared the voicemail “because I thought it was important to show what we’re up against.”
“Some people have a lot of hatred for this country and have a lot of hatred for what the United States stands for,” he said. “I think the pledge of allegiance can unite us all and do a lot of good for everyone, regardless of your race, your gender, your religion, your sexuality.”
“I believe the far left will associate the words ‘white nationalism’ with anything,” Nordman said. He clearly distinguished between Democrats in general and the far left in particular. “I’m not saying all Democrats are anti-American values. They aren’t.”
“It doesn’t make sense to call the pledge of allegiance ‘white nationalism’. I don’t know what the pledge of allegiance has to do with race,” he added. “Our flag clearly does not represent racism, it does not represent discrimination.”
“I think she said it out of hatred for the country,” suggested Nordman.
The appellant’s assertions that America is a “colonizer” and a racist society echo critical race theory, which teaches that hidden racism permeates American society, at odds with rights laws. civilians who clearly prohibit racial discrimination. Even the Smithsonian briefly featured an infographic on “whiteness” that condemned the nuclear family, science, capitalism, Judeo-Christian tradition, and even politeness as aspects of hidden racist oppression (the museum went on to removed the infographic after facing a backlash).
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The state representative then said he allegedly asked the woman, “Where else on this planet is better than America?” “
Nordman recalled “watching a group of Afghans hang onto the side of a US Air Force plane because that is the only way their lives will get better. People are willing to die to come in. America. They see this flag as a symbol of hope. “
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