We’ve got some strange things going on with regard to race.
For months now, thousands of violent rioters — the vast, vast majority of them evidently Caucasian — have taken to the streets bearing the banner of “Black Lives Matter.”
While screaming at black people in uniforms.
And raging about things having nothing to do with race, like the right to own their own business (capitalism) and the ability to keep from getting dead (anti-anarchical law enforcement).
Meanwhile, the official organization Black Lives Matter™ — led by “trained Marxists” — lists among its objectives a rebellion against family.
And the Smithsonian is telling us things such as hard work, planning for the future, science, rigid time schedules, aesthetics, justice, competition, and individualism are inherently white.
Here’s another: To hear the media tell it, only the pale prefer the President.
Joe Biden agrees — if you don’t vote for him, “you ain’t black.”
But surprise: Many actual black individuals own their own businesses, show up on time, work hard to compete, and do it in style — like artists.
And they don’t all think alike.
That was made clear in Los Angeles this weekend, as black supporters marched with flags touting “Trump 2020.”
One of the event’s leaders gave the mainstream media narrative a bit of What For:
“Amidst the scorn, and despite being called c**ns and Uncle Tom’s, a few of us black Trump supporters took to the front to head a collective march thru the streets of Los Angeles, as we all showed support for America, Trump, and our police.”
He topped it off with a clever hashtag: #BLACKLIVESMAGA.
Amidst the scorn, and despite being called c**ns and Uncle Tom's, a few of us black Trump supporters took to the front to head a collective march thru the streets of Los Angeles, as we all showed support for America, Trump, and our police. #liberalsworstnightmare #BLACKLIVESMAGA pic.twitter.com/d5BMF3sSFl
— MAGA Hulk (@magamuscles) August 3, 2020
As you can see beneath the scene’s red muscle shirt, that screen name — “MAGA Hulk” — is no joke.
The march got some online love:
These people are free. BLM is a method of control. https://t.co/Ofj0BcfO5W
— Alistair Williams (@awilliamscomedy) August 4, 2020
I’m so proud. I need to find the courage to do this in Los Angeles. Honestly. I’m scared to rock the maga gear , for fear of being attacked . As a single female .
— ChanelPeace (@peace_chanel) August 4, 2020
I was there at the end of the march! we passed a group of haters &a woman was spitting at US. A beautiful, innocent, American Trump supporting lady was assaulted by the woman spitting. Police arrested the perpetrator immediately. The Trump lady went back to support Trump!😇
— Nikky (@Nikkythevixen) August 4, 2020
This. They can’t stand that we don’t play into their stereotypes. People are just people. pic.twitter.com/plLcmjzF8E
— Jada 🇺🇸 – Text Trump to 88022 (@Kyrie42) August 4, 2020
I’m very happy to see your support for Pre. Trump @realDonaldTrump and the police
5 years today I’m being threatened and humiliated every day for my support of the @POTUS in my community and even being rejected by them
Please RT & show me some love by following me
— Africa4Trump (@TrumpTheChosen) August 4, 2020
Love you brother. So proud of your strength and courage!! ❤️🇺🇸
— Carrie Says: 🗣HCQ Saves Lives (@carrieksada) August 4, 2020
This Saturday August 8th in LA pic.twitter.com/BYTBWWtuEt
— HiddenTalent (@debrahvt) August 4, 2020
God bless those men who love our country 🇺🇸
— American Patriot! (@Chiliquiles) August 4, 2020
The people that will regret more if the Dems wins are the black. Keep this tweet. They will wish they never supported the Dems liberals. #IStandWithTrump.
— Omotesho Olusegun (@omotesho_0) August 4, 2020
In today’s bizarro world, the word “bravery” is used to describe those who take the easy path.
You sir, demonstrate true bravery. I applaud you for it.
— Technoviking-90 and Time Reclaimed (@LLeanuna) August 4, 2020
I am overjoyed seeing the Black community realizing that Democrats have have decided them and are turning red. It is a glorious thing to see. We will all benefit from this awakening. The Lord does work in mysterious ways.
— Hunch (@Hunch88591341) August 4, 2020
Black conservatism’s been a trending topic for a quite while — see #Blexit.
And there’s this, courtesy of The Daily Wire:
In early July, noted black conservative radio host Larry Elder released his documentary Uncle Tom, of which he stated, “The Uncle Tom movie…asks a very simple question: Why can’t we have an intelligent, healthy discussion within the Black community without a whole cadre of well-educated, bright, thoughtful Black people being maligned and discarded as sellouts? What’s prompting this?”
Elder added, “The so-called war on poverty was launched in the 1960s … And what the welfare state has done, in my opinion, is incentivize Black women to marry the government, and allow men to abandon their financial and moral responsibilities to their families. We’ve gone from 25 percent of Black kids born outside wedlock in 1965 to nearly 70 percent now. You cannot attribute that to Jim Crow and racism. It has to do with bad government policy.”
There’s a lot of “bad government” going around. And according to UCLA data collected before the death of George Floyd, young black Americans may be more likely than their folks to believe it’s compliments of Democrats.
The data collected from April 2-May 13 by the Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape project, an initiative that conducted weekly surveys of thousands of potential voters for nearly a year, found that 29% of percent of black voters ages 30-44 and 21% ages 18-29 have a “very favorable” or “somewhat favorable” view of President Trump. This compares to just 14% of black voters 45-64 and 9% of those 65 and older.
So considering all the above, where are we headed? What does November hold, and will all those white BLM rioters vote? How could they — they’d be taking part in an evil system.
One thing’s for sure: Someone’s skin color doesn’t tell you anything about their politics. Or, really — despite what some may believe — anything else.
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