Florida Mayoral Candidate To Audience Members: ‘Go back to Africa! Go Back!’ (VIDEO)


We’re pretty sure that mayoral candidate Paul Congemi has no love for former President Barack Obama. In fact, he’s not too fond of black people at all. The campaign for mayoral election of St. Petersburg, Florida, got intense on Tuesday after Congemi lashed out at members of the Uhuru movement and their representative, Jesse Nevel, during a debate.

Congemi, who totally didn’t go back to his presumably European roots when Obama was in power for 8 years, told the audience members to “go back to Africa.”

Congemi’s racist outburst came during a mayoral debate after assertions were made that Congemi was a “non-factor” in the election, according to Fox 13.

“Mr. Nevel you and your people 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,” Congemi said, while he pointed a finger at the audience as he spoke.

“My advice to you, if you don’t like it here in America, planes leave every hour from Tampa airport. Go back to Africa. Go back to Africa. Go back!” Congemi added.




A woman in the audience could be heard several times saying, “Get out of here” to the candidate.

Another mayoral candidate said twice “non-factor” in response to Congemi’s outburst.

Congemi is definitely a “non-factor” if you consider his background and the fact that he’s run three times for mayor. In 2009, police had to ban Congemi from a local KFC restaurant after they said he got belligerent over an eight-piece chicken meal.

Congemi told police when they confronted him to not touch him because “I am running for mayor, and once I get elected you will be fired.”

Just this past January, Congemi was charged with felony abuse after his 87-year-old mother was admitted to intensive care for bed sores.

On the other hand, America elected a sexual predator to hold the highest seat in the land so maybe this guy has a chance.

We suggest that Mr. Congemi read ‘The Case For Reparations.’

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