Flash! The Eclipse Was… Racist? & They Might Be Nazis
The Eclipse Was…Racist?
I thought this was a joke when I heard it on the radio today, but I should’ve known better.
Today’s solar eclipse was… well, racist or something, according to a professor (what else?) at the Brooklyn Law School. Snopes.com rushed in to defend her, pointing out that she never actually used the word “racist” in her essay (published in The Atlantic). The lefties at Snopes chided us dumb conservatives for not being able to understand such a clever and witty bit of intellectual drivel.
What she did say about the eclipse was that “along most of its path, there are almost no black people.” Huh? Why would you even bring that up? What possible significance could it have for anybody but a twit?
Would you say our intrallecturals are obsessed by race?
And people pay damned good money to have their sons and daughters “educated” by these dingbats.
They might be Nazis
So who are the real brownshirts?
Oh, that’s easy! “Antifa” are the real brownshirts. They’re the ones who assert the right to physically attack anyone they think is a “fascist”–which would be pretty much anybody.
The other day in Sheridan, Colorado, a man was peacefully getting out of his car at a steak sandwich place when a wacko “antifa” storm trooper attacked him with a knife, screaming “You’re one of those neo-Nazis, aren’tcha?” The victim was stabbed in the hand before he could get back into the car and close the door. He thinks it must have been his haircut that set the leftid loony off.
No, sir, it wasn’t your haircut. It was this person’s psychotic ideology and its enabling by the media and the Democrat Party that set him off. He knows Soros and Obama and Hillary and MSNBC and CNN, et al, are in his corner.
Again I ask–why do we permit this?
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