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From [HERE] Racist St. Petersburg mayoral candidate Paul Congemi went on a racial tirade Tuesday when he told members of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and backers of rival candidate Jesse Nevel’s campaign to “go back to Africa.”
Nevel, 27, the national chair of the movement, announced his candidacy in March saying he would run on a platform of reparations to the African community.
Congemi unleashed on Nevel during a mayoral debate Wednesday.
“Mr. Nevel, you and your people you talk about reparations. The reparations that you talk about, Mr. Nevel, your people already got your reparations. Your reparations came in the form of a man named Barack Obama,” the Republican said.
Uproar ensued and a woman in the audience could be heard yelling, “get out of here, get out of here,” at Congemi.
It didn’t stop his diatribe, though.
“My advice to you if you don’t like it here in America, planes leave every hour from from Tampa Airport, go back to Africa,” he told Nevel supporters.
“Go back to Africa. Go back to Africa. Go back!” he said.
The Uhuru chairman, who is white, replied to the rant calling Congemi a “non-factor” in the race.
Instead, he called his opponent Rick Baker the “real enemy.”
Baker responded to Congemi’s remarks, saying, “I first have to specifically reject the comments Mr. Congemi just made. I just think in 2017 in St. Petersburg, Florida, I never would have dreamed we would have heard comments like that at a mayoral debate.”
On Wednesday, Congemi clarified his remarks, saying that his advice was meant only for Nevel’s group of supporters. “Not all African Americans. Just those that Nevel represents,” Congemi wrote in a statement sent to the Tampa Bay Times.
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizes white people to join Africans in their struggle to “reclaim their land, labor, resources, and self-determination,” according to its website.
It fights for reparations to redress systemic discrimination against black people.
Nevel is running against Rick Kriseman, Rick Backer, Anthony Cates and Paul Congemi.
In January, Congemi was charged with felony abuse for neglecting his 87-year-old mother, who suffered from bed sores.
The primary election is scheduled for Aug. 29. [MORE]