Marcia Fudge on Joe Biden's remarks on segregationist lawmaker



Democratic Rep. Marcia Fudge of Ohio spoke with CBS News correspondent Major Garrett about the recent furor over Joe Biden’s remarks. Biden discussed working with James Eastland, a Mississippi senator and noted segregationist.

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  1. BS with the sensitivity. The precious feelings of my group or your group aren't that dainty. A candidate should tell the truth. A candidate should show the direction to go, and give good reasons to head that way. That PC crap about a group's sensitivities is insulting to that group. "Tell us pretty lies, and we're moldable. If you fail to pat our heads like pets, we won't vote for you." No one with any brains wants that kind of politician. And we're angry to keep getting them shoved at us. THAT's why Trump was elected. People are dissatisfied with such behavior from politicians and the news media.

  2. I live in March Fudge Congressional District Cleveland Ohio. Fudge keeps her seat under Republican gerrymandered map Fudge party does not allow opponents moreover she earmarks money to Suburban part or her district we in Cleveland are on our own. We need younger none elite people for her seat she's part of black establishment mainstream disassociated from inner city blacks.

  3. What she said. Biden has always been a gaff minster – not that I’m especially in his camp. The Democratic Party has to stop apologizing for everybody else’s misinterpretation of every perceived minute slight. It’s weak political constipation and it drives me up the wall.

  4. The Democrats won't stop until they find a candidate that the rest of the nation won't elect. Now they hate Biden, the guy who polls best against tRUMP. It's stupid.

  5. Looking forward to the day when "people" are just people. Not colors on the wheel. This two-sided racism is decaying any chance for us to live together. Wish my fellow "people" would wake-up to the hate being generating because of a belief they can not be racist.

  6. It is really amazing how sensitive people are. No wonder why there are no good politicians anymore. Seems like all politicians want anymore is dirt on their opponents Democrats and Republicans.

  7. Fudge and Lewis tribe-splaining Biden's repeated racist remarks and actions? Cummings next? DNC is already back-rooming the fix for Uncle Joe. The Wasserman/Pineda playbook. I can't stand what the party has become.

  8. Thats weird. I keep hearing black people talk about how much they dont like being around white people. Seems like they'd be all for segregation, or something similar.

  9. We don't want as president a politician who embraces what's popular of the time even though it's wrong and then flip flop when the times change. He worked with racists and prides himself in it today. He himself opposed desegregation. He's got to go.

  10. Biden gloats about working with racists. THAT'S A PROBLEM. It's like he's trying to win over white racists. If he wins the nomination, there's a problem with America.

  11. WTH! First lets get it Right.I am Black don't try to throw me in with other ethnicities to increase voting numbers. My Black vote counts and I want some in return for it.

  12. @39 " always been most loyal base of this party"? Sorry according to CBS polling 62% of Affrican Americans registered to vote turned out to vote in 2008, and 67% in 2012. In 2016 38%.  DEMS can thank this voting block for not turning out to vote and handing a win to Trump in 2016.

  13. Lol it always amuses me when blacks talk about people of colour.I mean we are ALL people of colour and that is a fact.As for Biden I don't care what he did or did not say tbh but I despise him as I despise ALL lefties.

  14. At a time when our president is a man who refused to rent to people of color, paid $85,000 trying to encourage the death penalty for the Central Park Five, and by some accounts privately uses the n-word we have democrats fighting democrats over something that may or may not have been racially insensitive. Not one black person was hurt by Biden's words but many people of all colors are hovering around the poverty line hoping for some good reasons to vote. Democrats need to wake up and focus on the people. There's a reason that 100 million people didn't even bother to show up to vote in 2016. It's ridiculousness like this that make people say, "Why bother?"

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