Saturday, August 10, 2019

White supremacy is a hoax

From the Huff Post:
Fox News host Tucker Carlson announced on Tuesday that America doesn’t have a white supremacist problem and called the very notion a “hoax.”

CNN’s Don Lemon couldn’t believe it.

Lemon rolled a clip of Carlson’s rant, in which he claimed “the whole thing is a lie” and insisted that white supremacy is “not a real problem in America.”

Lemon came back from the clip with nothing to say. After six seconds of silence, he let out an exasperated sigh.

“Was that not the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard?” he finally asked.
Tucker is right. White supremacy is a hoax, like the hoax that Russia interfered with our election. There are no white supremacists in the public eye.

The video clip showed the Russian Jewish Trump-hater Max Boot saying that Trump cannot now condemn white supremacy (as Trump just did).

I think that the problem here is that the Left has gone berserk with name-calling. Anyone who is against open borders is compared to Hitler and called a white supremacist. Likewise for anyone who praises George Washington or our Constitution.

The Democrats have chosen to make the 2020 election all about race. You either hate White men and vote Democrat, or you are a Nazi and vote Republican. Biden and the other Dems now openly say that they want to replace the White population with non-whites and Third World migrants.

Central to the debate is the issue is what America is all about. Many say that America is an idea, and should be open to anyone embracing the idea. If so, what is that idea? According to the Dems today, America was founded on the idea of white supremacy. If that were true, then we should have some white supremacist policies. But of course the Dems argue that they are anti-American in that sense, and they want to transform America into something else.

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