Mason Weaver Has a Dream, Representative John Lewis Has a Nightmare…

Mason Weaver, a former Black Panther, takes issue with legendary civil rights activist Rep. John Lewis calling Trump an illegitimate president.  In an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News, Weaver skewers the hypocrisy of Lewis, and calls out Democrats as the party of the Klan.

Mr. Weaver has a dream, and it doesn’t look anything like the nightmare created by John Lewis and company.


And he’s not the only one.  Remember Charles Evers?


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221 Responses to Mason Weaver Has a Dream, Representative John Lewis Has a Nightmare…

  1. Plain Jane says:

    Ooo-wow! I think I’m in love.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Howie says:

    Support by the black carcass or any other democrat would worry me. It would mean we are doing something wrong.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. lettruthspeak says:

    Let me say this. There is more going on here then meets the eye. This, like everything else the left has rolled out, recounts, electoral college chicanery, the Russians did it, blah, blah, bah, is all a coordinated effort to not only delegitimize Trump, but it is also meant to foment fear and division among the populace. Unfortunately we have too many useful idiots who are more than willing to accommodate the wickedness of the demonic left. They are cowards and weasels just like their masters. Look at how they bent over for Obumstead and praised him like some pathetic god. That is not America. We don’t have kings and queens here, which is why we fought a revolution to end that nonsense. So look forward to more fraud and fakery from the insaniacs. I can already hear the new found tapes showing Trump to be a racist or child molestor, or whatever these cretinous losers are willing to stoop to. Believe me, they will stop at nothing to be able to continue the theft of the American taxpayer, and treat us like we are their own personal ATM machine. They will not stop, sadly, until they are forced to stop.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. BillRiser says:

    He made a very good point. The democrats was the one’s who confronted him on the bridge and beat him, not republicans. But he becomes a democrat..why would you do that?

    Liked by 6 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Because he sold out.

      Its what turncoats do.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Sandra says:

        That’s right. He put his own desires first. Lewis wanted money and power and the Democrats offered that to him. He allowed himself to be corrupted, like so many other career politicians.

        Liked by 4 people

        • decisiontime16 says:

          For decades in Congress, John Lewis opposed every piece of criminal justice or welfare reform legislation that would make the people of his district safer, more self-reliant, and more prosperous.

          “As someone who pent almost two decades in John Lewis’ district trying to fix the problems of crime, poverty, and family disintegration created entirely by Lewis’ politics and his political party, I speak with authority when I say that Donald Trump is completely correct when he accuses John Lewis of being all talk, no action.
          Life for the poorest in Lewis’ district has grown more dangerous, destabilized, and tragic.

          While John Lewis spent the last 50 years growing rich and influential by repeating the same speech about being beat up on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama in 1965, the people living in the crime-ridden parts of his district have spent the 50 years since then being subjected daily to violent crimes and threats of crime at least as bad and frequently far worse than what Lewis experienced, day after day, week after week, year after year, decade after decade.”

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    • unconqueredone says:

      The Republican elites have been in the process of abusing those they think of as “their base” for years. If we stay loyal to a party over ideals, are we any better? IMHO, no, “the party left me”.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. txjohn says:

    Holy Smokes! You can be sure the NYT or WaPo will not interview Mr Weaver.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Put Mason Weaver in line after Sean Spicer, next next speaker of the house!

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Sandra says:

    WOW! Excellent interview! Mason Weaver is RIGHT! This needs to be widely dispersed. There are still so many blacks who have been brainwashed into thinking that Dems care for them. They need to see this interview.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Keln says:

    If I were a betting man, I’d say MLK would have endorsed Trump. I don’t think he would recognize either the modern Republican or Democrat party, but would have seen the potential in a Trump presidency.

    But I didn’t know the man, so I can’t say for sure. All I know is, the things he preached are not in line with what the Democrats have had in store for Blacks for decades.

    Liked by 7 people

    • E C says:

      I agree with you. I was sitting here at work wondering what the REAL civil rights leaders would think if they were living in these times. Not just MLK because there were many and they were for civil rights.


  9. unconqueredone says:

    “We were demonstrating… for the right to compete as adult citizens in America. We were not demonstrating to be taken care of…”

    Well said. Perhaps the most American comment I’ve heard in many years!

    Liked by 9 people

  10. An analogy – Accra Ghana, west coast of Africa. Years ago I lived there and once visited their “White House”. It was an old slavers castle by the sea. My most vivid memory is looking out a high narrow window where the slavers used to push out the old and infirm, unsellable captives to their deaths on the rocks below.

    MLK Jr would have fought against that place’s original owners. John Lewis would have seen their power, called them Legitamate, and joined them.


    • MC227 says:

      MLK was a fraud and his true history is not even close to what the media has been feeding people for 50 years. He was a communist, a plagiarist, a con man, an adulterer and a liar. Same with Nelson Mandela. They want so bad to make some blacks heroes when they are zeroes.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Steve says:

        Wrong! MLK was a Republican


      • David_B says:

        MLK jr was man. A Human with Human faults.
        But to put down his greatest accomplishment and belief because of his human frailties and not see the bigger picture, and what COULD have been WITHOUT him stepping up, is ignorant and to deny reality.
        Without him, the civil rights era would have been the US Race War era. He turned a tinderbox of racial tension away from violence and toward civil discussion and VERBAL conflict.
        We, all US citizens, owe him a great debt for the sacrifices he made.
        No, he’s not the greatest human on earth, but to diminish his accomplishment is to diminish all human kind.


  11. telerider says:

    Mason Weaver brings the Truth!..

    Liked by 1 person

  12. ZurichMike says:

    Who is the bimbo interviewing Charles Evers? First, she has something as simple as whether he is older or young brother of Medgar Evers WRONG. Next, she keeps bringing up the KKK, David Duke, “the blacks”, blah blah. My God, what a gaslighting, fake news whore.

    Liked by 3 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      MSNBC Chris Jansen.

      At least she USED TO have her looks going for her (she was a cutie reporting at the Vancouver Winter Olympics), now shes got nuttin’.


  13. sirdaver says:

    Truth spoken in an unapologetic, resolute way is a very powerful weapon indeed!!

    With the reach that Tucker has every night, Congressman Lewis will feel the backlash. Perhaps even in his own district!!

    Powerful interview.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Summer says:

    The black “leadership” in the Democrat-ruled hellholes will resist (sabotage, ignore and pervert) Trump’s reforms benefiting their own constituents every step of the way. Ultimately, these corrupt frauds will fail because that’s what they are best at. They will drown in their own BS as Trump drives a tank over their swamp.

    It is refreshing to watch the fake sacred cows slaughtered. Long overdue.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. el says:

    Mason Weaver, YES.
    you, sir, have my utmost regard. Thank you
    comprehensive and effective


  16. el says:

    thank you Stefan Molyneux

    The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” Speech

    The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.


    • David_B says:

      Sorry, I had to stop 5 minutes into the first video, because in just that short time he brought up so much that had nothing to do with the MLK jr Speech it was getting boring.
      This guy didn’t live through the 50’s and 60’s. He has not been on the receiving end of the effects of slavery. His argument is hollow and completely colored by today’s reality, not that back before the Civil Rights movement came to a head.
      All actions BEGIN WITH emotion, and wants. All social change BEGINS with emotion, and wants. And that’s the first thing he complains about.
      This is not the “truth” about the MLK jr “I have a dream” speech, it’s just a couple mooks personal opinions.


  17. Lucille says:

    VIDEO : Conservative Black Woman Destroys Overrated John Lewis



  18. Stephen says:

    Speaking of legitimacy, is Lewis’s district gerrymandered?


  19. Jay Landers says:

    Black Americans hopefully r realizing they’ve been played, they’ve been punked by the dems for a long time, used to further so many crooked blk leaders careers, their misery is the dems golden ticket. Makes me sick & angry to see how dems+establishment politicians work hard fooling Blacks that they r helping them. When in reality they r keeping their filthy boots on their necks, holding them down, keeping them hooked on social programs, drugs, crime, revolving door at abortion clinics, ruining so many Black American families. Hope their awakening is fast & righteous!

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  20. yy4u says:

    The Democrat “leadership” have been manipulating the blacks for their votes for over forty years.

    They are deathly afraid Donald Trump will break through with the blacks the way he broke through with us during the Republican primaries. We were being set up to have yet another Bush – Clinton choice which really was no choice at all since Jeb! and Hillary agreed on the big issues of open borders, amnesty and Globalism.

    If Trump succeeds in driving a wedge between the Progs and the blacks, the Dem Party is done for, ergo John Lewis’s last ditch attempt to keep the blacks from finding out just who this man really is. Far from being a racist, he honestly believes that if the jackboot of the Dem Party is taken off the neck of black Americans, these Americans can succeed as well as any other Americans.

    Blacks have been kept on the liberal plantation for one reason — to make sure people like Lewis and Obama gain wealth, prestige and power. They can’t do it without the black vote. There simply aren’t enough 1% “New World Order” elite votes.

    One of the ways the Democrats have been manipulating the inner city blacks is by denying their children a decent education. I would seriously doubt if any senior in any HS in the inner city has any idea that Abraham Lincoln was a Republican. My bet is that little factoid is either never mentioned or that Lincoln is lumped in with JFK and FDR so as to insinuate he was also a Democrat. (I saw an example of this in a Washington Post article in which Lincoln, FDR and JFK were lumped together without reference to any of their parties. I’m sure the writer knew the truth, but the truth did not serve the Post’s purposes — this was during the primaries). Keeping the blacks ignorant and undereducated is as important as providing welfare and food stamps which they claim the Republicans will take away from them.

    There is a reason Lenin coined the term “useful idiots”. Unfortunately for our black brothers and sisters, they are not “useful idiots” by choice but rather kept that way by an educational system that serves their masters not them.

    This is also why they are so determined to stop DeVos from becoming Education secretary.

    Anyone who thinks black parents don’t want their kids educated should watch “Waiting For Superman”. The sight of black parents crying because their kids weren’t chosen for the charter school library puts that to a lie.

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    • TPW says:

      The poor education of Blacks is caused by many variables ……… parent household where the Mother is poorly educated and puts little emphasis on education…..lack of decent teachers because good teachers do not want to work in crime infested districts. The teachers unions are hurting education throughout this country. Common Core which was implemented for immigration purposes and globalization……is hurting children of all colors. Lastly changing the mindset of inner city Blacks will take a generation….providing decent jobs is one thing…getting them to want to work is another…..Welfare will have to under go another reform to incentivize the need to work…

      Liked by 1 person

  21. How fantastic to see some of Americas finest leaders in the African American community stepping up and stating their beliefs. We must support them with action and not more political crap..

    Liked by 1 person

  22. All American Snowflake says:

    I never heard of John Lewis until he tried to become relevant by attacking President-elect Trump last week. Oh yeah, I had seen him multiple times making a fool of himself trying to score points by arguing with Trey Gowdy. LOL LOL LOL


    • All American Snowflake says:

      And another thing… The reason these servants of the people aren’t coming to the Inauguration is because they are in recess. That means they would have to pay their own way back to DC and miss out on their little vacay too.


    • Concerned says:

      I know, I hadn’t heard of him either til he decided to get stupid with Trump. And now we’re all being told that Lewis is some kind of civil rights icon. Well maybe back in the day, but post 1970 I think not. What has Lewis done to better the communities he represents?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Dixie says:

      I think that would have been Elijah Cummings. They look a little bit alike in that both have bald heads. Cummings is always climbing all over Trey Gowdy as well as killing his 5 minutes with nonsense. John Lewis participated in the sit-in over gun control and his mugg was front and center in the picture posted everywhere.


  23. MeThePeople says:

    I agree with what Mason Weaver said.
    Black communist causus
    The woman msnbc interviewer was disgusting and clueless.
    Evers was succint.


  24. LINDA GYURO says:



  25. bkrg2 says:

    wow… “Mason Weaver… not a mincer of words”. Possibly the best recap thus far of the new year.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. UKExpat says:

    He didn’t mention that John Lewis is also a LYING POS he said he had NEVER missed an inauguration all his time in congress but LEWIS not attend George W Bush’s inauguration either and he was using the SAME ‘He’s illegitimate’ excuse too.


  27. UKExpat says:

    Lewis is a LIAR he did not attend George W Bush’s inauguration either and he used the SAME ‘He’s not legitimate’ excuse for that too.


  28. spacette55 says:

    Lewis and his ilk always talks about voting rights, the blacks supporting Trump talk about jobs and education.


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