KOMMONSENTSJANE – DEMOCRATS CULTURALLY APPROPRIATING FROM TRIBE KNOWN FOR SLAVERY.

WATCH: Democrats Culturally Appropriating From Tribe Known for Slavery

Amanda Head had the opportunity to talk with David J. Harris Jr. today. She recounts how the two were able to go deep into the psyche of Democrats who can’t cave fast enough to the woke mob otherwise known as their party’s base.

She then analyzes a major faux pas made by Nancy Pelosi and her lieutenants, which any conservative would be raked over the coals for — and rightly so!

Understand those cloths around their neck are called Kente cloths.

Meaning of Kente cloth

Kente cloth is associated with social status, wealth, and cultural or educational level. Often, kente cloth is used to cover deities of religious significance. In modern-day West Africa, people choose to wear kente cloth depending on the importance of its activities. For instance, color blue represents love,…

In kente cloth colors are significant: Blue means love. Green means growth and energy. Yellow (gold) means wealth and royalty. Red means violence and anger,

Kente is a brightly colored, banded material and is the most widely known cloth produced in Africa. Although kente cloth is now identified with the Akan people in West Africa, and particularly the Asante Kingdom, the term originates from the neighboring Fante.

What country did Kente cloth originate?

Kente is connected with the Ewe and Ashanti people of Ghana and arose first in West Africa during the 17 th century. Although most mainstream texts attribute Kente to the Ashanti, an alternate and credible view is that Kente originated with the Ewe people of Ghana who then passed it on to the Ashanti.

Is that the Democrats new attire or flag?

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Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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