Democrat Lawmaker Refers To Majority Black County As ‘N****r District,’ Report Says

A Maryland Democrat delegate was forced to apologize to the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland on Monday night after she allegedly referred to a predominately black county as being a “n****r district.”

“Delegate Mary Ann Lisanti allegedly used the racial slur to describe Prince George’s County while talking to a white colleague who campaigned in the district at an after-hours gathering at an Annapolis cigar bar,” The Daily Mail reported. “The population of Prince George’s County is 62 percent African American, according to the US Census Bureau.”

“She apologized several times,” Caucus chair Del Darryl Barnes (D) told The Washington Post. “She recognizes how she has hurt so many within the caucus, and she hoped to repent from this. She said that she doesn’t remember fully what happened, but she recognizes what happened.”

“I do think that someone who uses the word, it’s a reflection of what’s in their heart,” Barnes added.

The Post noted that the following lawmakers were in attendance at some point during the evening when Lisanti allegedly made the remark: “Del. Jay Walker (D-Prince George’s), who represents the district Lisanti was allegedly referring to; House Majority Whip Talmadge Branch (D-Baltimore City); Dels. Theresa E. Reilly (R-Harford), Warren E. Miller (R-Howard) and Carl L. Anderton Jr. (R-Wicomico); and state Sen. Brian J. Feldman (D-Montgomery).”

This is just the latest incident of blatant bigotry to rock the Democratic Party over the last several weeks.

On February 1, a photograph emerged of Virginia Democrat Governor Ralph Northam from his days in medical school that allegedly showed him in either a KKK hood or wearing blackface.

“Hours after the 35-year-old photo came to light Friday, Northam apologized for his decision to appear in it,” The Virginia Pilot reported. “Elected officials and activist groups from across the political spectrum called for him to resign.”

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