Democrat Politician Says, “All My Heroes Were America’s Enemies”

by Steven Ahle on September 18, 2014 in BuzzPo.com

Charles Barron, a democrat,  is about to be elected to the state assembly, and told the New York Observer that, “All my heroes were America’s enemies.”  Barron is all excited about Robert Mugabe, the dictator of  Zimbabwe, who had tens of thousands put to death in order to take over their land and to do away with his opposition.  Barron hosted Mugabe the last time he came to theUnited States in 2002.

When the democrat was asked about Mugabe’s more extreme policies like killing up to twenty thousand people, Barron said,“No one’s perfect.  I see him as a freedomfighter.”  So other than murdering 20,000 people and enslaving an entire country, Mugabe is a peach of a man.  Other comments made by democrat Barron about Mugabe include:

“I would love for him to come to Albany. I would love for him to come anywhere in theUnited States, really.  I think he’s a shining example of an African leader on the African continent.”

“He was one of the few African leaders who had the courage to take the land back from the settlers.”

Mugabe is not the only murdering dictator Barron has loved.  He also worshiped Fidel Castro in Cuba and  Muammar al-Gaddafi of Libya.

Barron was just term limited out of his job on the New York City Council.  His wife, also a democrat,  did not run for reelection to the state assembly to allow her husband to run for the office, while she runs for his council seat.

In Zimbabwe, homosexuals are arrested on sight.  Mugabe has described homosexuals as “worse than dogs and pigs”.

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