Ayanna Pressley

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Ayanna Pressley
U.S. Representative from Massachusetts's 7th Congressional District
From: January 3, 2019 – present
Predecessor Mike Capuano
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Boston City Council, At-Large District
From: January 4, 2010 – January 3, 2019
Predecessor Sam Yoon
Successor Althea Garrison
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Conan Harris
Religion Baptist

Ayanna Soyini Pressley (born February 3, 1974 in Cincinnati, Ohio (age 50)) is the Democrat representative from Massachusetts' 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House. Pressley was endorsed by the Communist Justice Democrats.[1] and is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, in addition to supporting the totalitarian Green New Deal.

In January 2020, Pressley revealed that she had gone bald after going through hair loss following a diagnosis of alopecia, an autoimmune skin disease which can cause hair loss.[2] She decided to make an attention-seeking ploy of her hair loss by referring to her alopecia struggle, and even her hair, as "political" and making a racial issue out of it, and she revealed that she had lost the last of her hair on the night before the sham vote by the House of Representatives to "impeach" President Donald Trump.

U.S. House of Representatives


Pressley voted against humanitarian aid for children at the border.[3][4]

Along with Elizabeth Warren, Pressley called for student debt cancellation as part of the coronavirus spending bill.[5]

Leftwing insurrection

See also: 2020 Antifa riots

All four members of the Squad, and the affiliated groups that back them, were involved in the 2020 Leftwing insurrection. Minneapolis and Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America colluded with Antifa in the violence. Seattle DSA is also involved. DSA branches in Memphis, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Louisville, Philadelphia, and Richmond are raising funds for “George Floyd Uprisings Nationwide.”[6] The American Left has the power to start race riots in nearly every major U.S. city.

In Marxist–Leninist and Maoist theory, a United front is a coalition of leftist organizations that collude for the purpose of taking over a government. In the 116th Congress, the Committees of Correspondence for Democratic Socialism, Democratic Socialists of America, Liberation Road (formerly Freedom Road Socialist Organization), and Communist Party of the United States formally created a united front of the nation's four largest Communist organizations to take over the Democratic Party.[7] As of 2018 the umbrella group is known as the Left Inside/Outside Project (“One foot in the institutions, one foot in the streets.”[8]) consisted of 57,000 community organizers.[9] At its August 2019 convention the DSA passed a resolution to form a

“National Working Group to help drive collaboration and resource sharing to support our antifascist organizing.”[10]

Law enforcement authorities found evidence of pre-planning. The Minneapolis Star/Tribune reported:

state officials said several caches of flammable materials were found both in neighborhoods where there have already been fires and “in cars we’ve stopped as recently as this morning,” said John Harrington, state public safety commissioner. Some of the caches look like they may have been planted days ago and some only in the last 24 hours or so, he said. Police are also finding stolen vehicles with plates removed that are being used to transport the flammable materials. Looted goods and weapons also have been found in the stolen cars, he said.[11]
Pressley flashing the white power symbol.

The Sunrise Movement, with established groups in several major cities, has heavily recruited activists from the DSA and Liberation Road affiliated groups, such as the Pennsylvania Student Power Network. Sunrise founding activists are all current trainers with Momentum Community, which is a training workshop funded by millionaires and billionaires to “incubate” supposed "grassroots" organizations such as Sunrise and the Movimiento Cosecha (Harvest Movement). Democrat millionaire donor and former 2020 presidential election candidate Tom Steyer's NextGen America is also tied to the Sunrise Movement, and according to the New York Times, the two groups “strategize” together.[12]

The DSA itself as of 2020 has 66,000 members nationwide and locals in almost every state. Other communist groups such as Communist Party USA, Liberation Road, Socialist Alternative, Workers World Party, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Socialist Unity Party, and Revolutionary Communist Party and their allies in Black Lives Matter and Antifa can mobilize tens of thousands of militants and organizing cadre at short notice. The American Left has the power to start race riots in nearly every major U.S. city. DSA branches in Memphis, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Louisville, Philadelphia, and Richmond are raising funds for “George Floyd Uprisings Nationwide.”[13]

Pressley tweeted incendiary racist comments during the Kenosha riots where two men were killed after Democrat Gov. Tony Evers refused National Guard protection.[14]

Political views


Pressley claims 25% of the people of planet Earth - roughly two billion out of a total of about eight billion people - are incarcerated in the United States. (see also: Liberal stupidity)

Pressley spoke at the 2019 Women's March organized by supporters of the notorious anti-Semite demagogue Louis Farrakhan.[15]

Pressley is considered a loyal leftist and, like fellow rookie Democrat congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib (all members, along with Pressley, of an elitist clique of far-Left Democrat congresswomen who call themselves "The Squad"), irresponsibly makes outrageous and inflammatory public comments and refuses to take responsibility for them while she uses her race and gender as shields against criticism of her words and deeds by opponents. She has refused to condemn violence by left-wing fascist groups, particularly Antifa.[16]

Absurdity and hypocrisy

On February 4, 2020, Pressley announced that, along with AOC, she will not attend Donald Trump's State of the Union Address because of his alleged "contempt for our constitution".[17] Less than two weeks later, Pressley hypocritically expressed contempt for the U.S. Constitution, claiming it is "sexist by its very design".[18]

Pressley claimed that drops in business performances amidst the coronavirus outbreak was due to "racism".[19]

Rep. Pressley has called for a "compassionate release" of prisoners, absurdly stating that such will "alleviate" the spread of the coronavirus.[20]

See also


  1. https://www.justicedemocrats.com/candidates/
  2. Rep. Ayanna Pressley reveals her battle with alopecia and debuts bald head, says it's 'political' at the Blaze
  3. HR 3401 - Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, 2019 - National Key Vote
  4. https://www.wgbh.org/news/national-news/2019/06/26/ayanna-pressley-on-why-she-voted-against-the-emergency-border-aid-package
  5. Multiple references:
  6. https://www.dsa-la.org/support_floyd_protests_nationwide
  7. https://m.theepochtimes.com/how-57000-socialists-and-communists-plan-to-take-over-the-democratic-party_2654589.html
  8. https://dsabuild.org/r9-establishing-a-national-antifascist-and-direct-action-working-group
  9. https://organizingupgrade.com/the-left-we-want/
  10. https://www.dsausa.org/2019-convention-a-world-to-win/
  11. https://www.startribune.com/police-arrest-150-driver-who-barreled-into-crowd-held/570908442/?refresh=true
  12. https://archive.fo/ytfYT
  13. https://www.dsa-la.org/support_floyd_protests_nationwide
  14. https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/11/19/brit-hume-wants-answers-on-why-patently-false-incendiary-claim-by-dem-rep-pressley-is-allowed-to-stand-1165297/
  15. Paul Burton on Twitter
  16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwL-TCkA5n4
  17. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley will boycott Trump's 'sham' State of the Union address
  18. Ayanna Pressley: Constitution is 'sexist by its very design'
  19. Two references:
  20. Multiple references:

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