Last Updated on January 15, 2023
Texas Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee, who represents one of the most racially gerrymandered districts in the entire country, has introduced legislation to Congress that would end free speech for white people in the United States, creating a new type of speech-based federal “hate crime” that only white people can be charged with.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s “Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023” which, as the name suggests, would only be enforced against white people, makes it illegal for white people to question open-borders immigration, advocate for preserving America’s culture and traditional demographic make-up, or even criticize minorities.
Like in far-left European nations, that have turned their federal law enforcement apparatus against their own native-born citizens, under Jackson Lee’s legislation, merely posting online about the decline of American culture, at the hands of open borders immigration, could land a white person in federal prison.
“A person engages in a white supremacy [sic] inspired hate crime when white supremacy ideology has motivated the planning, development, preparation, or perpetration of actions that constituted a crime or were undertaken in furtherance of activity that, if effectuated, would have constituted a crime,” Jackson Lee’s bill reads, laying the groundwork for her all-out attack on white American’s constitutionally-protected freedom of speech.
Under Jackson Lee’s legislation, if federal investigators determine that the web postings of a third party had “inspire[d]” someone else, even someone they don’t know, to commit a federal hate crime, that person would be arrested, and federally charged with a hate crime of their own.
Specifically, Jackson Lee targets Americans who are in favor of border security, calling out “replacement theory” by name, an ideology that holds that open borders and mass migration into the Western World are part of a deliberate effort to “replace” white people in their native lands.
As the legislation explains, two people could be charged in relation to the same, lone wolf-style attack if, “at least one of [them] published material advancing white supremacy, white supremacist ideology, antagonism based on ‘replacement theory’, or hate speech that vilifies or is otherwise directed against any non-White person or group.” Even if they don’t know each other.
Especially, if the material “was published on a social media platform.”